Content for Thursday, January 29, 1998

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Oddities and mortality at Gaslamp's Museum of Death

The plain old grim and gruesome

THE MUSEUM OF DEATH can be described as a bit of Ripley’s Believe It or Not by way of Barnum and Bailey (with the emphasis on Barnum, as in P.T.), a dash of Madame Tussaud’s, ...

What San Diego lawyers wear to court

The district attorney is a pretty good dresser

"You’ve got 12 people in the jury box, and all you need is 1 or 2 who don’t like you for some reason, and you may lose a case on that basis."

What No Smoking has done to San Diego bars

Smokey Joe's ain't what it used to be

A darkened barroom with rows of men in snap-brim hats, women posed on stools checking out their reflections in the back bar mirror. A blue-white haze swirls in eddies overhead every time someone opens the ...

The San Diego Zoo's macaque monkey carries herpes B virus

"Not an appropriate species to have at the zoo."

The macaque monkey lets a golden stream tinkle from his perch on the upended tree trunk. Maybe he's nervous. He's five feet behind the fence here in the Sun Bear Forest area of the San ...

Ely Callaway, longtime friend of Bill Clinton

Tom Daschle of South Dakota with big party donors on a jaunt around Coronado Island

Once again, scandal in the White House is bringing unwanted attention to Callaway Golf, the hugely successful Carlsbad golf-club maker run by 78-year-old Ely Callaway, longtime friend of Bill Clinton, who is frequently seen on ...

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