Eva Knott 7:03 p.m., May 17
Presidio Hill, the “Plymouth Rock of the West” is also the “cradle of golf in San Diego.”
Going undercover as a freeway off-ramp beggar.
I lost my job, my wife, my car, and I’m now homeless. I’m trying to stay sober. I’m hoping generous San Diegans will pass a few bucks my way to help me out until I ...
At midnight, Rufus Porter heard footsteps on the porch, then a knock on his bedroom door. Frightened faces told all.
The demolition of an auto shop in East San Diego brings optimism and worry.
Letters from Tetsuzo “Tets” Hirasaki, an interned Japanese-American at Poston, Arizona, during WWII.
The letters of Testuzo Hirasaki, a Japanese American interned at the Santa Anita racetrack (dubbed “Santa Japanita”) following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Thor, Angel of blunder.
Eric Wayne Thorsgard was in the worst possible situation. He was taken into custody, accused of beating up somebody in the alley outside a biker bar in Oceanside. That wasn’t the worst part. Eric is ...
Streetside Spanish lessons from tamale vendor José Gonzáles.
Three years after San Diego’s free-speech fight began, vigilantes stood at the ready.
The Red Queen and Hobo King come to town. Ugliness follows them.
San Diego vigilantes against free speech were an expression of the city’s character.
Violence against free-speech activists.
San Diego’s chief of police denied mistreating free-speech activists. A state commission determined otherwise.