Content for Wednesday, December 5, 2012
- Roll up for the re-release of Magical Mystery Tour: The TV movie (Dec. 14)
- Baja & Border News Translations: Commitment is to Cabenas Families; Workers under Protest at Cabo San Lucas General Hospital
- Live local jazz is going to the dogs on Friday, Dec. 7
- Baja & Border News Translations: Councils Should Not Authorize Casino Licenses
- SEE SAN DIEGO There is a monkey in the Tree - And A Whole Lot More
- Baja & Border News Translations: Man Demands 3 Million Pesos; Water Leakage Costs More than 300,000 Pesos per Year
- When The Historic Record is Flawed
- Tickets save lives - Part 2
- Christmas Fun with your Local History Organizations
- Breakfast? Honey-Do!
- Pac-Arts Movement screens The Thieves tomorrow
- Pat's Corner issued 30-day notice
- Fugitive nabbed
- Escape from U-T San Diego
- Happy birthday to the King, and I don't mean Elvis!
- Please stand by
- Bike the Boulevard's 2-Year Anniversary
- America, the Easily Offended
- Walter Mencken's Almost Factual Christmas gift recommendations #1
- Pardon our dust
- Run for education
- Fabiani and Filner’s Knife Fight?
- Your Week: December 6-12
- Nuclear warfare
- Tour de Cheesesteak: stage 6
- Dating VaginasaurusRex in San Diego
- Big trouble for Americans at Cantamar in Rosarito
News & Stories
From Webster Elementary to Pershing Jr. High to law school to single motherhood
I didn’t know who this poor girl was to be so hated by Jimmy, but I felt sorry for her. I was the lucky girl who got to share a desk with him. “It’s YOU!” ...
Last Friday, November 30, I was reminded of the dangers of electricity as I ignored orange safety cones and approached SDG&E workers at an open transformer box at Melrose Drive and Rancho Santa Fe Road. ...
On Tuesday, December 4, the federal government agreed to pay $7 million to the county parks, state parks, and California Coastal Conservancy for land that was condemned in order to build additional layers of border ...
Marcelo Radulovich of Nice World creates music on his iPod and iPhone.
Ma Eugenia’s Kitchen in Logan Heights prepares several traditional stews daily.
‘My band Jungle Fire was recently asked to make an appearance on the Showtime season finale of their show Dexter,” says Mission Valley percussionist Steve Haney, who also plays with the Anthology House Band and ...
David’s parents seemed surprised when, upon entering their house, David remarked, “So, Riley got skunked again, huh?” “How did you know zat?” Ency asked. “What do you mean, how did — I can smell it,” ...
My phone conversation with Mountain Goats mastermind John Darnielle gets off to a bad start when I ask him about his love of black metal. He corrects me: he is a fan of death metal, ...
Sympathy for Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher; minimal thoughts for his 22-year-old girlfriend Kasandra Perkins after Belcher’s act of murder-suicide.
Name: Gina Granier Car: 2008 Toyota Prius Do you like it? I love it. I like its fuel efficiency and its comfort. I think Toyota has done a really good job making a sedan that’s ...
A temporal mural that's stood time's test.
A short, steep desert trail gives bird’s eye view of canyons and mountains.
No one’s naming names, but somebody over at San Diego city hall wanted to be video star. Before the recording began, however, an opinion from City Attorney Jan Goldsmith was sought. “Does a member of ...
Coda Reactor frontman Miles Orff gets ejected from Boar Cross’n for dropping his trousers in protest over his band’s abbreviated set.
With the court’s recent 4th&B verdict, will Public Enemy still take the stage at the downtown venue on December 12?
Hey Matthew:Has there been a mayor in the history of the San Diego who hasn’t been generally considered a self-serving weasel?— Fred I guess it’s a general rule of thumb for any public official: give ...
Thursday 6I’m not going to geek out on the Black Crowes or the super-soulful singing of that blues-rock jamboree’s ringleader. I’m not. (Dave crowed enough in this week’s Of Note for both of us.) I ...
I couldn’t believe the sunshine, 75 degrees, a soft wind playing over my skin. My husband and I grinned as we made our way from where we’d parked our car on Narragansett Avenue to Ranchos ...
My favorite Chris Robinson story takes place in a beach bar, back when the Black Crowes was playing small venues. Someone in the audience had bounced a lime wedge off his brother’s dome. He stopped ...
Is Chargers PR flack Mark Fabiani feeding malarkey to taxpayers about the total cost of a stadium?
Vista's Solutions Farms has a staff of formerly homeless people who produce lettuce and tilapia.
Sleepless in University Heights The comments printed with “Like Beirut,” News Ticker, support the repeated complaints I have heard regarding noise from helicopters — especially at night. Despite living in a relatively low crime area, ...
What are you reading? “Two books, actually. I’m finishing up The King of Torts, by John Grisham, and I’m reading a book on numerology.” Tell me about the Grisham. “It’s about a lawyer. He’s, like, ...
National drone watchdogs have been having trouble getting details about San Diego County’s plans, if any, for robotic aerial intelligence gathering. But county documents confirm that Sheriff Bill Gore is eager to proceed with at ...
Chula Vista residents who have been battling the city and the developer about a proposed 284-condo/apartment complex in eastern Chula Vista were alarmed last week when earth-movers appeared on the scene. Barney Reed, a spokesperson ...
As the sheriff shops for high-tech spy gear, the county is looking to farm out its “response services to hazardous materials incidents,” according to a November 8 request for information from would-be contractors. “There are ...