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Keep budgeting, San Diego

Living costs high, but homeowners balance books

Among residents of 150 metro areas, San Diegans are 28th best in making and sticking to their budgets, according to WalletHub, an organization that gathers and interprets statistics on cities and states. In ranking the ...

Where tunafish sandwiches come from

October 22 dock totals Fisherman's Landing 28 Anglers, 2 Boats, 114 Bonito, 14 Yellowtail, 1 Sculpin, 25 Rockfish, 32 Calico Bass, 70 Calico Bass Released H&M Landing 54 Anglers, 3 Boats, 12 Calico Bass, 18 ...

Tiki said to hell with it. Let’s party.

Shelter Island’s Bali Hai was never some little grog shop.

Tom Ham was the god of good times.

Record-release roundup

This week’s new releases include Ten Shades of Green from guitar teacher Wayne Riker: “[It is] my solo-guitar instrumental album. It has ten holiday classics, with no overdubs, with each tune done in a distinctive ...

Do Not Weep, Maiden, for War Is Kind

Do not weep, maiden, for war is kind. Because your lover threw wild hands toward the sky And the affrighted steed ran on alone, Do not weep. War is kind. Hoarse, booming drums of the ...

Dueling sanity experts expected

Bryan Chang used a hammer to kill his mother, attorneys say

The young man had delusions that his mother was “destroying him” so he had to “destroy her,” according to a defense attorney who spoke at the beginning of a sanity-murder-trial yesterday afternoon, October 21. Bryan ...

Healthy meals right to your door

“I might make a lasagna that uses vegetables instead of pasta noodles.”

Rick Roberts goes on anti-Islam rant

Muslims should be banned from coming to U.S., he says

Rick Roberts, formerly a talk show host on 760 KFMB in San Diego, is now on KTOK AM in Oklahoma City and KKFT FM in Gardnersville, Nevada, a Fox affiliate. Recently, Roberts went on a ...

USS Halloran

San Diego’s on-air Energizer bunny is still going and going... But now he has a louder bass drum. Mike Halloran, the DJ who has always said he cared more about the music he played than ...

Making lluvia 101

UCSD is looking for a new chief for its Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies. “The Director will design, plan and execute a strategic vision for the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies,” says a recent online job notice, ...

O Truck, where art thou?

Brussels with benefits.

Not your grandma’s sprouts. Get 'em while they're hot.

Legally Homegrown

“I left KPRI for a few reasons. The biggest,” former Homegrown Hour host Cathryn Beeks tells the Reader, “is that I wasn’t going to be able to play and represent all genres of our San ...

Invited by our good angel

The hour of meditation being come, we may imagine ourselves to be invited by our good angel or by some other saints to whom we are particularly devoted, to appear in the presence of God. ...

Must-see Mast Park

Enough open space in Santee to forget about busy city life.

Follow a San Diego River trail through sycamores, cottonwoods, and willows to bird-watch.

WTF at Tijuana’s “The Kitchen”

Hedonists hash out Tijuana’s identity and future

Post Title: WTF at Tijuana’s “The Kitchen” Post Date: May 20, 2014 In the 1930s, artists Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo were in the vortex of the “Mexican Renaissance,” surrounding themselves with an inner circle ...

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