Content for Thursday, January 4, 2001

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San Diego – one hundred years ago today

The dishonest L.A. Times

One hundred years ago, fewer than 18,000 people lived in the city of San Diego. Fewer than 40,000 lived in the county, which then was twice its current area. The San Diego Union was one ...

Is there an existing society where gender roles are opposite of what goes on here?

Dear Matthew Alice: It's said to be a "man's world," which I truly believe is unfortunate, I mean, obviously unfortunate. Is there an existing society where the roles are culturally the opposite of what goes ...

Who is/was Gunnery Sergeant John Basilone?

Heymatt: I was driving north on Interstate 5 the other day and noticed a sign at Camp Pendleton naming that section of the freeway for Gunnery Sergeant John Basilone. Then a little farther north at ...

Discover intertidal-zone marine organisms at Malibu's Point Dume.

Like the armored bow of an ice-breaker, flat-topped Point Dume juts into the Pacific Ocean about 20 miles west of Santa Monica. East of the point itself, an unbroken cliff wall shelters a secluded beach ...

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