International Space Station
David, "piloting" a plane.
Police and code-enforcement officers bust a recycler
A would-be burglar didn't get away as homeowners in the established 260-unit condo complex of ...
Everyone on TV is selling something — in No, they’re selling the future of a ...
Staff photo of C.M. Brahmbhatt when he worked for Coast Colleges — also the former ...
Bar servers Jenny, Denise, and Kristin explain that Spike Africa was a “legendary trading-schooner captain.”
(image from La Segunda)
Mistletoe is spread from tree to tree by the Phainopepla.
The Yaqui Well trailhead is well-marked and stocked with interpretive literature to help hikers have ...
Sausage, peppers, and pasta
The secret to rose crème brûlée is good rose syrup.
Athens post-rockers Maserati roar into Soda Bar on Wednesday.
Soda Bar stages Philly pop-rock throwbacks Free Energy on Monday night.
Lo-fi legend R. Stevie Moore steps into the Void on Saturday.
L.A. greats Redd Kross will rawk the Casbah on Friday.
PL DVNA played trippy instrumental space rock.
Slug & Tug partygoers experienced art and music imported from Mexicali and Tijuana.
Batwings is a kind of hardcore punk outfit with nerdy overtones.
Madame Ur was timeless Jazz Age and cutting edge at the same time.
Darrell Issa fought to stop the closure of Drakes Bay Oyster Co.
Margie de Ruyter
The under-25 set in San Diego averages $15,000 below what the Workforce Partnership deems the ...
Video poker got ex-mayor Maureen O’Connor into a billion dollars of trouble.
Gavin Newsom tried to redefine marriage; now he wants to rearrange Balboa Park.
The feds aim to close its Northern California counterpart, but the Carlsbad Aquafarm still produces ...
Spotlit and prancing, Roxie and Velma bask in Andy Warhol’s 15 minutes of fame.
“In Go, you have 361 possible first moves to pick from. In chess, you have ...
Williams paid out of pocket, recorded how and when he wanted.
Want to jam in Atlanta, visit Thomas’s jammingout.net.
Performer/poet Jimmy Jazz has fond memories of SD’s ’90s scene.
Benge and his music students need an angel with deep pockets.
Palm Beach indie hits Surfer Blood wash up at Casbah Sunday night.
Tijuana police photo
Human rights activist Pedro Rios talks to demonstrators (including Maria de Luz Rojas, her children, ...
Chula Vista's first elementary school, c. 1900
SDSU archaeology graduate student Kathy Collins was interested in how illness was treated during the ...
Advertised as "good for man and beast
Water rushes across Monument Road and into the Smuggler's Gulch channel behind area ranches after ...
Recreation of a 1700s Irish-immigrant homestead.
Jorge Pineda Ibarra (Tijuana police photo)
Dr. Karim Chalita Rodriguez II
Southwestern College superintendent Melinda Nish
The trail from Spooner's Mesa (left foreground) to Bunker Hill is off limits to civilians.
Larry Lucchino, “the only man in the world with a Final Four ring, Super Bowl ...
Uncle Jimmy, as a Turtle.
Walker's attorney, Gerissa Santos, reminded reporters that “There are two sides to every story."
Police photo of Antonio de Jesús Valdovinos Ruiz and Ana Guadalupe Gutiérrez Montes
A.K. Skurgis morphed from hard rocker to introspective solo acoustic and occasional spoken-word performer.
Where can hair bands get their hair done? Rock Your Loxx in O’side.
Gimbel: “Carry the one. Don’t use spreadsheets.”
Prog act CAST a mainstay at Baja Prog, which returns this year!
Beachfront venue coming back — as a cantina, not a concert hall
Califone at Casbah Wednesday, the 27th
The Allah-Las at Casbah on Saturday
Del the funky homosapien at Porter’s Pub Friday
The downtown Candelas offers more atmosphere than the Coronado version but no view.
Chef Martin San Roman cooks French-influenced Mexico City–style fare and stars in a Spanish-language cooking ...
Christina serves up fondue and chorizo, and, O Lord, it’s good.
Ghost Beach at El Dorado Thursday
Night Marchers will take the stage at Casbah Sunday, February 24
“I got yer fancy technology right here…”
Rabbi David Kornberg: “I think that religion in general and Judaism for me in particular ...
Cholla cacti line the trail and hillsides on the Cactus Loop Trail.
Robert Garner, with his wife Mary Ann, worries that SDG&E cameras installed nearby allow strangers ...
SDG&E mounted this camera to monitor property it owns. At least one neighbor worries that ...
In addition to the Hilton, the union is also targeting the Marriott La Jolla and ...
Brigette Browning (with megaphone)
Unite Here, the union that represents hotel, gaming, and food-service workers, in front of the ...
La Mesa Boulevard west of Spring Street will be included in the Oktoberfest
Maty Adato at the December 10, 2012, board meeting
Dr. Pamila Brar
Dr. Martin Schulman
Dr. Patrick Yassini
My comfort foods are almost all Indian food.
Green Smart Living e-cigarette
Casa Piena includes a 3000-square-foot custom-designed infinity pool.
Cary and Jacqueline Katz spent several years adding custom touches to the home.
Protesters and police showed up outside SeaWorld on February 17.
Camille T. Dungy
A Point Loma resident assesses damage to his car on Nimitz Boulevard
La Mesa police chief Ed Aceves
Ekco Metals building on Commercial Street
Bella's convincing fake cry for the camera
Hey, is that an iPhone 5, with new iSight technology? Cool!
Tenley and Kiptyn
Chef Richard Sweeney
Through this pipe scope atop a rattlesnake-shaped rock wall, one can pinpoint features of Lake ...
White Sands, New Mexico is one of Life magazine’s 50 most beautiful places in the ...
Casbah stages Brooklyn folk-punk duo Buke & Gase on Wednesday.
Oi punk perennials Cockney Rejects stack 'em at Brick by Brick Sunday night.
Bay Area-based pianist/singer Salvador Santana plays the Griffin on Saturday.
Indie-pop act Ra Ra Riot bring Beta Love to Belly Up Friday night.
Bill Gresuk and Rikio waiting for a fight at Sweetwater Rodeo Grounds
A few citizens have complained that the cleats worn by these “Goaltimate” players, as well ...
Patrone provides the band, Lola provides the girls.
Yummy perk — former port board member Lee Burdick enjoyed a $150 chow down at ...
The GOP's Scott Sherman
Kerry’s Navy and campaign comrade Wade Sanders served his 37 months after a child porn ...
While turf shoes like this are allowed, the Park and Recreation Department is cracking down ...
Even in this concept photo, the proposed convention center expansion looks like a terrible idea.
Gem of the Ocean is about African Americans searching for identities in 1904 Pittsburgh.
Europol panelists wouldn’t name players or teams known to be fixing soccer matches.
Corner of Tamarack and Carlsbad Boulevard
Author Rikio working Sugar Plum
NYC noise-rockers Japanther take the stage at Soda Bar Thursday night.
“Gooood morning, San Diego!” Brother Robbin back on the air
Not just Slightly Stoopid, horn player has his own thing
Bobby Bray: “So begins the pre-postapocalyptic genre.”
Most areas of the house, including this office space, feature sweeping ocean views.
One of the house’s entrances is reached by way of a bridge over a lap ...
The Not So Fast food truckers fix fare that our hunter-gatherer ancestors would have liked.
Tony and Tess shared a “true cod” fish taco with jalapeños and avocados.
Co-owner June reckons she runs the only paleolithic food truck on the west coast.
Texan steers grazing in the early morning mist.
Traffic flow was down to one lane all morning heading east past the Shell Gas ...
Girls Scouts outside the U.S. Bank in O.B.
This drain at Smuggler's Gulch contributes to the flood hazard in the Tijuana River Valley
Without permission to increase their square footage, the homeowners won't be building up.
Wandering the hallways of the Del – is that a ghost wearing Ugg boots?
Waiting for the ghost to leave his mark...
The latest deal with the district’s partner may involve a stadium and almost a dozen ...
Zzymzzy Quartet played at the library's annual Local Authors Exhibit
Zzymzzy Quartet played at the library's Local Authors Exhibit
I was shooting more often, taking fewer pictures each time, but keeping more good pictures.
In what Steven Soderbergh says will be his final film, the indie director offers up ...
(Image from ncpedia.org/christian-science)
Painters at Painting and Vino event
Down By Law
Three O'clock High
A quaint caretaker’s cottage and roaming peacocks are among the sights to be seen as ...
Jim Garlow: “The pains and heartaches of life do not mitigate God’s grace and God’s ...
Bartender Bek created the Flower Drum Song, a cocktail using St. Germain, sake, soju, and ...
This slice of chestnut and romanesco pizza was free at happy hour, but the drinks ...
Porter Novelli’s Linda Martin (left) and lobbyist Bob White (right) stand to benefit from lucrative ...
Bassman Brandino sets up at Seven Grand Wednesday night.
Spoonboy will serve his odd pop at Ché Café Tuesday.
Fat Monday finds the Dirty Dozen Brass Band bringing some pre-Gras bap to Belly Up.
Austin indie-rock act What Made Milwaukee Famous will play Soda Bar Friday night.
“Parking enforcement,” reads the window at Ace Parking’s downtown Chula Vista storefront. But can a ...
Founder Michael Ellis went to prison following the Metabolife debacle.
Herb Greenberg spent 10 months investigating multi-level marketing.
Barry Minkow criticized, then took hush money from, multi-level marketers.
This car parked in downtown Chula Vista was ticketed by an Ace employee.
Joshua Elijah Reese as Ogun Henri Size, Okieriete Onaodowan as Oshoosi Size, and Antwayn Hopper ...
A reporter from our border brings a bicultural sensibility — and Xolos — to his ...
The seven members of the Swarmius-Haussmann Project say they’re “trying to make music that is ...
Hasno Ali says, “I want to be outside, seeing the good people every day. Happy.”
Hardcore supergroup OFF! takes the stage at the all-age Epicentre in Mire Mesa.
Leave your good shirt in the hamper.
Jesse Eisner’s “‘Esse Jeisner” alter-ego “says all the stuff that is hard to think about ...
Jim Ryan: “All roads seem to lead to punk.”
It’s not easy getting on Eastlake’s music team.
Goth-pop songstress Chelsea Wolfe will visit the Loft next Wednesday night.
Sweetwater Union High School District superintendent Ed Brand approved new CFO
Photo of Alta M. Hulett from Chicago Historical Society
Scott Marks 4:19 p.m., June 19
Matthew Lickona 2:43 p.m., June 19
Barnaby Monk 1:14 p.m., June 19
11:24 a.m., June 19
Ken Leighton 11:22 a.m., June 19
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