Content for Wednesday, July 18, 2012
- Your Week: July 19-25
- Coffee, with Divas
- The So-Called Suicide Note
- Yonder Alonso Is Double Trouble As Padres Beat Astros
- "The Last Balladeer: The Johnny Hartman Story" book-signing on July 31
- New Details Released In Brittany Killgore Investigation
- Beginners Welcome
- Apps, Apps, Apps
- Napizza: Birth of a Chain?
- Padres Split First Two of Four With Astros
- Spot the Differences
- Qualcomm Expectations Disappoint, but Stock Rises After Hours
- The Dark Knight Prepares to Produce The Sore Butt
- San Diego: America's Most Tolerant City
- Former Tijuana Police Chief Having Success in Juárez
- Managed Competition Process For Miramar Landfill Now Complete. City Employees To Continue Running Landfill
- Del Mar: Dig In Your Heels!
- False Advertising
- Free Screening of Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry This Friday at MCASD LJ
- San Diego Brew Fest
- Beer Touring: Oceanside Ale Works
- Dig a Hole: William Asher
- Urban Chicken
- Command Problems Aboard USS San Diego
- The Center for Research in Computing and the Arts gets Cut at UCSD
- Wussies at Rotten Tomatoes Close Dark Knight Comments After Critics Threatened
- Candelas: Expensive Soup Cheap
News & Stories
That could never happen to me
Victims talk of crimes visited upon them.
Customers call Barefoot Bar & Grill bartender Serena Mappa the human drink dictionary. “After I make something once, I seem to remember it forever,” she explains. “I wasn’t good at math in school, but for ...
It had been a long while — almost a year — since I’d last seen the pig. “Is he still drinking?” I asked Sara. “Not really,” she said. “Not like he used to.” “Good,” I ...
“It’s more French-influenced in Mexico City. The food’s creamier, with a greater variety of sauces.”
Happy hour all day at Candelas, in Coronado, on the bay.
“In each episode of Hospitality Budget, we’ll take a band that’s on tour, cook them great food, make them great drinks, and take them to do something in San Diego they wouldn’t normally get the ...
A little over a month ago, on June 14, San Diego Police RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Patrol) traffic officers arrived in the 4800 block of Mt. St. Helens Drive to investigate a citizen complaint about ...
Calen Lucas and I had lunch with Chris Hillman once. “The Byrds guy, right?” he says. Exactly. We’d both been invited to a private luncheon with Hillman and his wife that preceded the Rock and ...
As a youth, the poet William Wordsworth crossed the Alps. He hiked the Simplon Pass, a “steep and rugged” road over a mile above sea level. When he reached the other side he stopped cold. ...
Makeout Weird helps bridge the gap between new media at UC San Diego and down-and-dirty experimental performance in the real world.
Thursday 19Georgia-born acoustic guitarist Leo Kottke comes to town for two nights at Little Italy supper club Anthology. The 6- and 12-string picker plays folksy jazz and blues and weaves a fine yarn onstage between ...
Streetside Spanish lessons from tamale vendor José Gonzáles.
(Is a nutshell porn?)
The definition of pornography, and phenomenal food odors explained.
The Intelligence’s new Everybody’s Got It Easy But Me begins with “I Like L.A.” and, in a way, the song tells the story of the band. Lars Finberg’s sardonic lyrics and nicotine-stained voice seem to ...
Former San Diego band Writer, now based in Brooklyn, returns to do a show.
Matt January, formerly a Navy man, talks about the rap act he honed while aboard on the USS Nimitz.
Failed to send contracts out to bid
‘How can the Downtown San Diego Partnership use property-based business improvement district funds like a piggy bank?” asks Kathy Casey, a resident of Cortez Hill. “Where is the oversight, the accountability?” During years of budget ...
Water bills are soaring, and angry ratepayers are pounding at the doors. What is a water district to do except lay out some big bucks to hire a new public relations person? Such is the ...
A bipartisan delegation of 13 congressional staffers took an all-expenses-paid spring junket to Hollywood and San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter, courtesy of a lobbying group called the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation. “The excitement that the ...
Anthony Summers book points to Clairemont
Citizens are wringing their hands — wisely, in my opinion — about Mitt Romney’s long-standing practice of stashing money in havens such as Switzerland and the Cayman Islands. But during the Republican nomination race, then-candidate ...
Multiple plant communities and more than 250 species of shore and water birds.
One cannot be exposed to the law and order of the universe without concluding that there must be design and purpose behind it all…. The better we understand the intricacies of the universe and all ...
I believe a leaf of grass is no less than the journeywork of the stars,And the pismire is equally perfect, and a grain of sand, and the egg of the wren, And the tree-toad is ...