Don Bauder 4:30 p.m., April 25
Definitely not coming back
“For the only jail I’ve been to, I guess it’s okay. I slept well and wasn’t disturbed. The holding cell I was confined to had a phone and I was able to make unlimited phone ...
Tiny houses are great if you’re fresh from a divorce.
Mostly mundane, sometimes hysterical complaints on the city’s website
Yapping pooches, non-complying porches, and that fowl odor. Did your neighbor rat you out or not?
Now read this if headed for malted barley along SR-78
“It’s not like we’re going to camp out in the parking lot of an establishment.” Lt. Eric Skaja, spokesman for the Escondido Police Department, maintains that the “Avoid the Eight on the 78” campaign isn’t ...
San Diego grape growers don’t blame it all on the rain.
When it comes to the California aggie scene, news headlines scream “drought,” conjuring up, at least in the minds of outsiders, sepia-toned images of impoverished farmers toiling in Dust Bowl grit. But whatever havoc has ...
City checks on City Farmers’ recycling practices.
“When you’re running a small business and you get this stuff in the mail, you go, like, ‘Oh, crap.’” That was the initial reaction of Bill Tall in June when he received a letter from ...
“It’s a risky thing to drink.”
"Eventually there will be a face-off between distillers and the feds.”
Hustlers, jugglers, bottom-feeders.
From bubble-making to the skid-row standbys, the buck must be turned.