My two slices: meatballs, ricotta, and marinara; pepperoni, sausage, and meatballs (the “Sopranos”)
In its thrillingly designed and edited homages, Hugo takes wing.
David Patrone: Ski instructor, Marine aviation explosives technician, Sinatra buff.
Carlos serves up a Fiorentini panini — prosciutto, mozzarella, tomatoes, and oregano.
Top of the Market is still pricey — but now much of the food is ...
Kyle Sorrell (left) is the patient; Kevane La’Marr Coleman, the former drag queen
Edwin Arlington Robinson
1602 map of San Diego Bay
In kabaddi, defensive players try to trap, circle, tackle, drape themselves over the “marauding raider.”
Casbah serves Sea & Cake on Wednesday.
"Godfather of goth" Peter Murphy plays Belly Up Tuesday after dark.
Solo roller Scout Niblett sets up at Soda Bar Monday night.
Casbah plugs in Girl in a Coma on Sunday.
Heady experimentalists Cave play Tin Can Ale House Thursday night.
Psych-pop trio the Mashtis shopping a single for possible inclusion on a Drag City comp.
Minotti’s Madera Group aims to moderate the San Diego scene.
Guitarist Roni Lee is anxious to get back to making music.
The red outline shows the 3/4-acre site on which the center would be built.
This owner’s Toyota Previa serves both as his kitchen and bedroom.
Luxury motor home at Chula Vista RV Resort next to San Diego Bay. Space rentals ...
The gates open at 6 p.m. for an overnight stay at 28th and L Street ...
Teresa Smith (right), director of Dreams for Change with her program manager Nancy Vera at ...
Pending a state supreme court ruling on redevelopment agencies, Escondido plans to build a $50 ...
Bauguess says his take on a board design by local legend Bob Simmons is being ...
Villager Peak, Santa Rosa Mountains
Mission Hills in the offensive huddle
The Division II Quarterfinal line of scrimmage between Mission Hills and Steele Canyon
The goalposts in the east end zone at Mission Hills High bend the rules and ...
Steele Canyon huddles up
Steele Canyon in the offensive huddle
Steele Canyon defensive back Ricky Francis gets instruction from a cougars coach along the sidelines
Mission Hills and Steele Canyon team captains meet at midfield for the coin toss
A German café in Brazil
Caracol Falls in Brazil's Serra Gaúcha
OKC's National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
My phoenix tramp stamp
Francisco, the server
The bar reports a 60 percent boost in biz from the Occupy crowd.
Sampler plate, $17.99, but enough for two
View of the city from Tobey's 19th Hole.
Justin Pearson’s Misfits haul, scored from Danzig’s jaded ex.
Long view down Storm Canyon
No distribution for doc about ’60s R&B band the Pretty Things.
Ownership of this bank-turned-nightclub at the corner of Fourth Avenue and B Street is under ...
In My Week with Marilyn, Monroe one-ups the controlling males by skinny-dipping with their “gofer.”
“I lose sight of where my real self begins and the fabricated one ends.”
Big thanks to Til-Two for hosting such a sweet event. Great job Mick! Also thanks ...
Enjoying their Reader lighters just a little too much...
Headlining Hunx + His Punx
Heavy Hawaii being interviewed by Sailor Jerry's.
Clearly having a good time.
All having a great time with $1 drinks from the Sailor.
Early birds and Reader fans!
There might be four people waiting in the San Ysidro border SENTRI line (on left) ...
In Greenidge’s Milk Like Sugar, stereotypes are people, too.
Greenidge and the actors discussed how these young, black urban characters would be perceived by ...
Speculation is that local developer Doug Manchester just wants the U-T’s prime Mission Valley real ...
Steve Peace rakes in the bucks from peace officers.
Morse in the offensive huddle
Morse celebrates Thanksgiving while poking fun at first round opponent Torrey Pines with its halftime ...
Torrey Pines quarterback Andrew Perkins under center
Torrey Pines quarterback Andrew Perkins and running back Aaron Small (34) in the offensive backfield
Torrey Pines in the offensive huddle
Torrey Pines quarterback Andrew Perkins looks for a receiver from the pocket with Falcons running ...
Morse huddles up during a timeout
Torrey Pines quarterback Andrew Perkins looks to the sideline for the play call with his ...
Torrey Pines receiver Brandon Williams awaits the opening kickoff against Morse
Morse's team captains take the field prior to the Tigers' Division II First Round game ...
November 19, 2011
Manhattan, relatively empty in the early a.m.
Checking out the Little Rock scene - Andy Tanas
King Midas Eli and Juggalette Nikki
Dustin (left) as Aladdin Sane
Blues standards on an out-of-tune, rain-soaked piano
The moment she saw it, Braun knew she belonged in this house.
Palast believes the emergency generators at San Onofre would likely fail in the event of ...
Nuclear power for profit is simply impossible if profit comes first.
Pension consulting firms will mess you up.
Brian McGonagle with regular customer Kyle
There is such a thing as a free lunch, if you can eat it all...
A joint rolled in heaven — pot lobbyist Max Del Real (top) and Humboldt County ...
Roadside art in Topanga
SDPD’s new mobile command post would pack three 42-inch flat screens.
“Many cool cats have been involved. Some will be missed, and others will be pissed.”
Ligon’s posters are a coy, deadpan inquiry into what academics call “constructed” identity.
Philly natives, brothers, co-owners David and Brian McGonagle
Onstage’s audiences make full use of the complimentary Kleenex during its production of The Diary ...
Jeanna as her cat, Benny
Mom’s surprise party
Vegetables growing at the WorldBeat Center Children’s Organic Ethnobotany Garden at 2100 Park Boulevard. Info: ...
The 30-year-old Juniper-Front Community Garden at 2260 Front Street, in Park West/Bankers Hill. There's a ...
Moz graces the stage at California Center for the Arts in Escondido on Tuesday.
Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings will rule at House of Blues come Monday.
Little Italy supper club Anthology books Booker T. on Sunday.
Bay Area bad bot Hunx & His Punx hit Til-Two Friday night.
Novelty-pop duo They Might Be Giants stomp into Belly Up behind this year's Join Us.
With nearly 1500 performances under his belt, Happy Ron Hill’s finally smooth.
Liquid Blue’s Scott Stephens eats bugs off a stick.
Did Rick Wakeman fill-in Larry Groupe become his own idol?
Ska funk-ups Neveready make their own shows.
“No Christ, no everlasting life,” says pastor David Montajes, pictured with his wife Jean.
Cathedral Catholic running back Chris Moliga waits for a St. Augustine kickoff
St. Augustine players bust through the banner at halftime
St. Augustine head coach Richard Sanchez talks to the Saints during a timeout
Cathedral Catholic's offense lines up across from St. Augustine's defense
St. Augustine quarterback Joe Kennedy gets the play call from the sideline
The Holy Bowl line of scrimmage between St. Augustine and Cathedral Catholic
Italy's Apennines and the Tuscan countryside
Helix receiver Jimmy Pruitt at the line of scrimmage
Helix receiver Jimmy Pruitt
Helix linebacker Ernest Shipley (57) shares a laugh with Highlanders linebacker Rocky Fuga during a ...
Helix in the offensive huddle
Helix quarterback Brandon Lewis (4) and running back Darrion Hancock in the offensive backfield
Helix defensive back Anthony Spence covers Steele Canyon receiver Maurice McNamara on a Cougars punt
Steele Canyon and Helix team captains meet at midfield for the coin toss
Serra quarterback Hunter Correll throws a pass from the pocket over outstretched Point Loma defensive ...
Serra quarterback Hunter Correll fires a pass with Point Loma defensive end Tevin Heyward closing ...
Point Loma quarterback Sam Augustine under center
Point Loma running back Morris Mathews darts outside past a trio of Serra defenders
Serra quarterback Hunter Correll calls out the play in the offensive huddle
Point Loma defensive linemen wait for the Serra offense at the line of scrimmage
Point Loma running back Eric Bueno cuts inside Serra defensive back Anthony Navarro
Point Loma running back Jaivon Griffin wrapped up by three Serra defenders
Tranquility in the morning hours at Blue Spring
Victoria, in white, says, “On this side of the border, people don’t really like the ...
Birria: usually goat in Mexico, usually beef in the U.S.
The stapled gash
Leonardo DiCaprio plays J. Edgar, the Red-obsessed father of the FBI.
Chris Carpenter: “I admit it, I listen to Eminem. Is that so wrong?”
Bun bo hue "dac biet" from Hoai Hue Deli. Beef shank, pork hock, and meatballs ...
Why did Sempra buy public utilities commissioner Timothy Simon a meal in Sweden?
Police officers take cover outside a Los Cabos supermarket, where gunmen held shoppers hostage. One ...
Bullet holes pock the walls of this Los Cabos house after a three-hour gun battle ...
Gadfly Abraham Briloff (left) helped expose infamous San Diego accounting scandals such as C. Arnholt ...
Country-punk duo the Hooten Hallers will take down the Shakedown on Wednesday.
Real Estate goes up at Sunset Temple this Sunday.
Little orchestra Pink Martini spills into the Balboa Theatre Saturday night.
The honoree, Nigel Tufnel, for turning it up to eleven.
Brassy big band Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears ooze into Belly Up Thursday night.
Maybe Vokab Kompany should have watched more Electric Company.
You book the videos on SWRV TV, y’know, as long as it’s Ryan Seacrest–approved.
Who will capture the coveted downtown corner this time?
Daugherty in Las Vegas, 1968
Ukiah, Northern California, 1985
Temporary home in Nevada, 1981
Daugherty at Barter Island, Alaska, 1983
Author Patrick Daugherty at Point Barrow Station in 1983
The South Bay line of scrimmage between Olympian and Eastlake
Olympian in the offensive huddle
Eastlake in the offensive huddle
Eastlake running back Tavarus Green awaits the opening kickoff
Eastlake and Olympian team captains meet for the coin toss
Olympian team captains walk to midfield before the coin toss
November 6, 2011
Mission Bay head coach Willie Matson directs Buccaneers linebacker Dylan Lieto along the sidelines
Hoover huddles up during a timeout
Hoover receiver Julian Lopez carries the ball with Mission Bay linebacker Isaac Griffin wrapping him ...
Hoover running back Asinn Kim grabbed by Mission Bay linebacker Isaac Griffin near the sideline
Hoover receiver Arthur Wilson wrapped up by Mission Bay linebacker Joseph Griffin (left) and defensive ...
Hoover quarterback Dionte Whitfield looks for a receiver downfield as Mission Bay lineman TJ Gatdoar ...
Hoover quarterback Dionte Whitfield swarmed by two Mission Bay defenders
Mission Bay receiver JaQuan Madyun hauls in a touchdown pass in front of Hoover defensive ...
Mission Bay receiver JaQuan Madyun airs out his hair while jogging off the field
Hoover receiver Arthur Wilson awaits a Mission Bay kick
Mission Bay quarterback Nate Long limps over to the sideline
Mission Bay in the offensive huddle
Mission Bay running back Devante Kinder turns the corner in front of two Hoover defenders
Mission Bay Airric Parker awaits a Hoover punt
Hoover receiver Julian Lopez stretches for a pass as Mission Bay defensive back Chris Byrd ...
Hoover running back Deshawn Degrate
Mission Bay running back Chris Byrd runs outside with Hoover defensive lineman Eddie Clark latched ...
Mission Bay running back Chris Byrd fights through a Hoover tackle attempt
Rev. Richardson in his office in the church's administrative building
The vacant lot at 2665 Fifth Avenue, currently used for selling pumpkins, is the site ...
The two-story administrative building in the foreground will be demolished, along with the yellow apartment ...
The Experience itself. Or as we like to call it the Pre-After-Party.
How dare you accuse Reader Andy of being awkward with the ladies!
Fabio gesticulating wildly.
Alison with the Magners Girls.
The Magners Girls posing with the Street Team
Crispin and Fox Barrel doing samples
Fabio Viviani and Reader Andy
The Gourmet Experience Reader VIP Afterparty!
Crowds of costumes!
Beneath the shelter of the booth. Name the costumes!
Robin and... Waitress?
Crazy things on stilts!
The guy on the right keeps insisting Street Team Matt get a drink, the girl ...
Definitely got crowded. This is the view from our booth!
Our city's great at night, police were there early. Not a single disturbance all night.
Pre Monster Bash major bike ride. Police escort and everything.
San Diego Reader, November 5, 1981
Claire Hsu Accomando
Snowscape at sunrise
The script of Rum Diary, starring Johnny Depp, is unapologetically literary.
Just so happens I l-o-v-e beef bourguignon.
Mike Colvin, server-owner, says no more gazpacho today — they’re out.
“Everyone’s happy to smile for a Polaroid,” just look at Last Call’s walls.
With once-in-a-generation quarterback Andrew Luck on the line, 0-16 looks like a pretty good season.
“Musically, I’m the lovechild of Fiona Apple, Tori Amos, and Adele.”
Chickasaw warrior statue
Apartment view in Paris
Scottish indie rock act We Were Promised Jetpacks play Casbah Wednesday.
Surf-jazz siblings Mattson 2 play El Dorado downtown Tuesday night.
Viva Le Vox will do that voodoo that they do so swell at Shakedown on ...
Yes-wave big band Rubblebucket spills into Soda Bar Saturday night.
Romney: “Thank you, Rancho Santa Fe. I’ll be here all year. Never mind the waitresses. ...
Happier times — Congresswoman Susan Davis visited Libya in 2004.
Jose Lopez, president of the Fox Canyon Neighborhood Association, says the landlord’s failure to address ...
These apartment buildings on Lantana Drive in City Heights were declared a “public nuisance property ...
Jamila DeCarli (left) bought her Fox Canyon house to escape a “snotty HOA” in Hillcrest. ...
Stephen McBean's heady metal band Pink Mountaintops takes the stage at Soda Bar Thursday night.
The Illuminauts’ Romeri wants to keep San Diego “legacy going.”
Musician Chet Cannon says philanthropy is a full-time gig.
This week, Jutta Verworrn will travel over 5800 miles from Frankfurt for a fake Diamond. ...
Various Authors 8:04 p.m., July 1
Dorian Hargrove 3:30 p.m., July 1
Larry Steckling 1:30 p.m., July 1
Sheila Pell 12:31 p.m., July 1
Matthew Lickona 11:30 a.m., July 1
Ian Anderson 11:05 a.m., July 1
Matthew Craig Burke 11 a.m., July 1
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