Garrett Harris 8 p.m., Nov. 21
...and there’s not much to be done about it
The jewel of San Diego is flawed. Business owners claim they’ve done everything they can to appeal to San Diego city government to try and eliminate the stench and growing aggressiveness of sea lions at La Jolla Cove. City officials claim they are taking things a step at a time.
Pesticides kill bugs — how can they not be killing people? San Diego — indeed, California — is a leader in the production of organic vegetables and fruit.
The accusations the government makes against immigrants are almost 100-percent accurate.
In California, legal noncitizens are 10 percent of the population.
Is this Baja med?
Cool cats from both sides of la linea rip away at Tijuana’s new food.
Academia's dirty little secret.
Interviews with adjunct professors who realize that the colleges and universities that employ them never intend to give them tenure. Most teachers who make a living out of it have to hold down more than one job.
Eliminating graffiti from the ’hood feels good as well.
How some graffiti vandals became graffiti artists, thanks in part to City Heights’ Writerz Blok art park.
All kinds of tidings.
My wife likes to say that she hates Christmas. She says it when the traditions start to feel like nothing more than obligations, when the outings become ordeals, when the expenses become extravagances. What’s awful ...
Magic in a bottle.
Ramona winemakers are a humble lot. They don’t care that Temecula gets all the limos because they have the wine.
Jack Ruby's La Jolla rabbi
According to his rabbi, Jack Ruby was visited in jail after the shooting of Oswald by Joe Campisi, an Italian restaurant owner.
Guns n’ privacy
An app developed by UCSD lecturer Brett Stalbaum allows users to pinpoint exact spots of irresponsible gun ownership, storage, and use. However, it has been criticized for being unreliable and a potential invasion of privacy.
Dark times for high school ball
Ongoing conflict between San Diego Unified School District and residents next to Hoover High School: stadium lights were installed with bond money and no environmental impact report. A judge ruled that the lights should remain off for now. Nevertheless, the district plans to install stadium lights at Crawford and Point Loma high schools, as well as Kearny, La Jolla, Lincoln, Mira Mesa, Mission Bay, San Diego, and Scripps Ranch.