Ian Anderson 3 p.m., Sept. 25
The case for car-centric planning
Did you ride your bike to work today? If so, you’re part of the vaunted 1 percent. If, instead, you took the trolley or the bus, you’re still among the elite — the small minority ...
Sometimes, mercy is better than justice
The bloodstains have long since faded, courtesy of Scram, sun, and time. More than a decade ago, in the parking lot of a Vons in Santee, Christopher St. Louis, 18, lost his life in the ...
Taking them all out would not be fine and dandy.
“Deport the eucalyptus back to Australia!” That’s Johnny Sevier, a certified arborist, on the tree he loves to hate but that many San Diegans revere, the ubiquitous eucalyptus. Long an arboreal staple in San Diego ...
Success is a long process for comics
Jocose journeymen offer counsel.
Showdown with the bull thistle
What exactly is an invasive plant, and why should we give a rotten rhizome if one crops up in our side yard? Dan Gluesenkamp answers: “One widely accepted definition includes two components: It’s not native ...
Bureaucracy run amok at Camp Run-A-Mutt
Wishful doggy daycare doyennes bedeviled by details.
Two views of a housing project
Will Mira Mesa mega-development become a slum?
Triple Crown dreams begin with two-year-olds, and some of those dreams were for sale in Del Mar on May 28. If you want to buy a horse, specifically a thoroughbred, the action’s at the auction, ...
Court case pits nurse practitioner against former employer
There’s a showdown downtown scheduled for Friday, August 14, when the case of Murray v. Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest goes to trial in superior court. Carla M. Murray, a nurse practitioner, had worked ...