Content for Thursday, August 6, 1992

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Mission Bay: pirates, dolphin races, volcanoes, and see-through blouses

All the good sand was deposited west of Ingraham Street

“If we knew then what we know now, we’d have done Fiesta Island a little differently,” Earnest reflects. “We would have mixed the west bay sand with the east bay muck to fill Fiesta Island.”

Why National City is called Nasty City

A secretive, nihilistic war

On Highland Avenue, in the heart of National City — a mile-and-a-half-long boulevard along which the city's gangs conduct their lethal parades on weekend nights — a red car sits in a small parking lot ...

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