9 p.m., July 27
Sound to give back silence
Every scene in a drama, according to the late director Mike Nichols, is either a fight, a seduction, or a negotiation. He added, as a footnote, the same is true in life. The thrill, or ...
A sinister blame creeps in
No one ogles the industrial vistas of Southern California. Those unsightly realms where giant cranes stipple the skyline. Where ship containers are stacked unemptied of their new Curvy Barbie dolls for Walmart. Where thickets of ...
Skewering politics is a hi-def pleasure
Now open at Cedar and Kettner downtown is yet another San Diego monument to the commute: a $24 million, trolley-side, ten-story (three levels below ground, seven above), 645-space parking structure, bestowing parking slots on County ...
Joe Garrison is a musical survivalist. The 64-year-old jazz and new music composer has shaped his artistic life to favor more beginnings than ends. Like his hero, Igor Stravinsky, he’s learned that to reinvent himself ...
Before turning 16, Sherry Sotelo won the right to adulthood in juvenile court.
Emancipation is designed to support kids, not to relieve parents.
Dr. Ken Anderson, the affable owner of Pacific Beach’s Anderson Medical Clinic, has his hands folded, fingers interlaced, on his desk. He’s remembering the date, September 26, 2010. That day, the temperature over 100 degrees ...
Nutella chocolates, no problem; a functioning liver, not so easy.
I have always thought that among humankind’s most lofty inventions is the printer — the machine, not the person.
The grimy side of America’s finest.
Urban drool seems to be the least of our problems.