Saturday, March 3: First Robotics Competition
Carl Durant knows a thing or two about integrated circuit design and hangover cures.
from canteensd.com’s “Healthy Food from a Vending Machine” page
Benjamin and Anne Bosanac’s firm has hauled in $49,000 from Nathan Fletcher’s campaign.
A taste of traditional Japan in Ōmiya
Supervisor Bill Horn — elected 16 months ago, still collecting campaign contributions.
Sculptures from coffee countries.
Don’t believe the Chargers stadium propaganda, say former councilmembers Donna Frye and Bruce Henderson.
Head chef Christina McMahan: “I bake my own focaccia bread.”
What a bite! The “Carmine” sandwich
Ted Hilton is pushing for an Arizona-style immigration law in California.
Michael Shutt and Sara Wagner get in your face for La Jolla Playhouse’s Car Plays.
Calcite Mine Map
Calcite extracted from these trenches during WWII was used in the manufacturing of Norden bombsights.
Ultimate Tazer Ball, though dangerous, promises “no risk of heart attack or someone’s brain exploding.”
Anthony J. DeLellis
Scenes From a Marriage: Broken People
Photo of Brendan Liam O'Rourke by Nick Morris
Willie Nelson & Family will be at the Balboa on Wednesday.
Soda Bar sets up Atlanta band O'Brother on Sunday.
Goth-pop experimentalist Zola Jesus visits Casbah Saturday night.
Country star Merle Haggard will play the Balboa Theatre Thursday.
Laturno & Graves
Joel C. Golden
William M. Henrich
Gerald D. Brody
Robert Bruce Arnold
SanFran retro-pop band Girls play Birch North Park Theatre Friday night.
Anya Marina’s Felony Flats is due to drop March 13.
Bawdy songstress Alicyn Packard’s got stories to tell.
Could reggae band Stranger be the last to play the seaside venue?
Bob McPhail 5:30 p.m., May 25
Mercy Baron 4:30 p.m., May 25
Matt Potter 2:30 p.m., May 25
Johnny Caito 1:25 p.m., May 25
Ian Anderson 1 p.m., May 25
Daniel Powell 12:42 p.m., May 25
Ken Harrison 10:30 a.m., May 25
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