Matthew Lickona 4 p.m., May 26
Alano Club may go up in smoke over coffee
“You know when somebody just wants you gone.”
Is Las Vegas a problem? Ha! Gambling supports the NFL
Since its founding in 1920, the National Football League has proclaimed it opposes gambling, but the league was actually launched by gamblers and has been tied to and supported by gambling ever since. The league ...
“Take off your shirt, lower your pants, and lie down on the table.”
Countless street masseurs ply their trade throughout the city of Tijuana. Most sit on sidewalks near popular areas such as parks, flea markets, plazas, and churches. Signs hanging around their necks read “Experto Sobador” — ...
Silicon Valley far ahead of San Diego in every way except biotech
What makes the Silicon Valley economy tick and other California metro areas — San Diego, Los Angeles, and San Francisco — lag behind? One factor is that Silicon Valley recruited engineering talent as a result ...
Sex, violence, and lawsuits at Underground Elephant
“Combat,” “extortion,” “sociopath” and other unsavory terms are swirling around in the tornado of bad publicity blowing through the East Village company once listed by a local publication as one of San Diego’s best places ...
Offshore: A cozy place to hide money
At least one good thing may come out of this year’s investigation of the Trump campaign’s alleged Russian ties and last year’s Panama Papers scandal. The public may learn how oodles of money is stashed ...
Will Issa’s bill pass?
Lots of talk on H-1B visa reform — action doubtful.
DA’s office charges motorist
Young, black, and choked out by a questionable detective.
Aquifer-dependent Borrego Springs doesn’t have much to cheer about
On January 26, San Diego County’s water authority exulted that the drought was over. On March 22, the New York Times wrote, “We have some good news on the California drought.” The huge snowpack in ...
Expedia, Hotwire, and Priceline cost the city millions in taxes
In December 2016, the California Supreme Court ended a 13-year legal fight waged by San Diego to collect tens of millions of dollars in hotel occupancy taxes from online travel companies such as Expedia, Hotwire, ...
Rachel Smith takes us on a tour of her historic home in the Burlingame neighborhood of San Diego and discusses her neighbors' and the city's complaints about her legal use of the property as an Airbnb host.
The app's creator discusses its fate.
Developers of the Rocket app discuss its beginnings and plans for the future.
John Forouzandeh speaks about his experience when parking in his Kearny Mesa neighborhood..
Take a jaunt with the Free Ride, an "experiential marketing" service that will drive you wherever you want to go.
Fred Luddy sticks his foot in his mouth from 5:35 to 5:44 when he boasts that great artists steal, and that he has been a thief all his life.
This video shows Bob Ames, UCAN chief operating officer, destroying documents. He was brought aboard in April, the month after UCAN CEO Michael Shames told staffers that unless complaints stopped, he would dissolve the organization. The complaints did not stop, and two whistleblowers are now in court. Ames wants to be named receiver.