Content for Wednesday, May 30, 2012
- Lift Up Thine Eyes Unto the Hills
- Newest Kebab Shop! (Sprechen Sie Deutsch?)
- Nonprofit News Donor and Qualcomm Founder Irwin Jacobs Backs Prop 29 Tobacco Tax Measure
- Inept When Hoping
- Eating at Small Bar
- David Shively: Solo Percussion at Space4Art, June 4
- Sizist Snow White Doesn't Stand Up for Little People
- Café Virtuoso in Barrio Logan
- What is the Constitutional Oversight Posse?
- Cattle Decapitation Make the Cut on Metalocalypse
- Prop A Could "Adversely Impact" State Funding For San Diego, According to Fitch Ratings
- No crowds or cameras
- DUDES Get C.O.S.M.i.C.
- Comedy Club Owner Goes Missing in San Diego
- Michael Tiernan Wins Some and Loses Some
- Judge May Sanction Robbins Geller Firm
- U.S. Fraudster Caught in San Felipe to be Extradited
- Storied Mobster's Associate Gives Big to Prop B and DeMaio Campaigns
- The Suicide Chords: Four Nice Boys from San Diego
- Dirty Little Freak
- Handful of Vargas Bills to State Senate Floor
- Simply the Best Tamales I've Ever Had
News & Stories
Farmers regulate the markets in San Bernardino. In San Diego it's a free-for-all.
Freeride Famosa, the group behind the effort to create a bicycle park in Ocean Beach is gaining momentum, according to an article published last month in the Peninsula Beacon. The organization has asked the San ...
All that clunking and banging, that’s not normal,” Dad said. “Yeah, it sounds like my car when I try to gun it in neutral,” I said. “We’re a little too close to that pier for ...
What a wasted opportunity. Somebody — presumably writers Oren Peli and Carey and Shane Van Dyke — had the fine idea of capitalizing on the current anxieties surrounding nuclear power in a post-Fukushima world (hello, ...
Filip Mandaric finds across the pond an influential fan of his band Capital Grey.
Kelly Formaldehyde Facebooked that Ruby Room personnel were rude rude to her. OMG! There went that relationship.
Summer promises a bumper crop of new local band launches, as well several notable reunions. Eighties garage band Mystery Machine reunited in early May to record four tunes with Carl Rusk, Ray Brandes, Mark Zadarnowski, ...
Tom Karlo, the general manager of public broadcasting operation KPBS, owned and operated by San Diego State University, makes $215,262 a year, according to state salary records obtained by the Sacramento Bee under the California ...
I wish there were more films like I Wish: films that capture the wise foolishness and foolish wisdom of children without making them into miniature adults. Films that take seriously the efforts of children to ...
The City Buys an Investigations Surveillance Vehicle
In days of yore, the best way for San Diego cops to keep track of intelligence picked up on the street was to take it down in their little white notebooks. Clearly those days are ...
Your Mattness: Why are opera singers fat? Maybe they’re not all fat, but some of the old school ones were whales, though they do sound better than whales. Is there some advantage to all that ...
“You might say it’s the French thing versus the German thing.”
Tiger! Tiger! Yeah, yeah, craft beer…and mushroom-lentil sandwiches?
Tiptoe to the ukulele store.
There’s a uke craze in the Kelly home. The ukulele comes everywhere: in the car, to school, to the beach. Our oldest son begged for one for months. “It’s so convenient and portable,” he pleaded. ...
It’s been only a few months since controversial South Bay water board president Jaime Bonilla stepped down from the Otay Water District, but it’s easy to see that his former position is just a speck ...
I don’t know if it’s a good thing or a bad thing that I always ask, “Why animate?” when I run into an animated feature. But good or bad, I do it. Jean-Loup Felicioli and ...
You think the Tour De France is crazy? Try the Tour Divide.
Joe Hill called them the “Starvation Army."
At the Free Speech Fight of 1912, soapboxes were kicked out from under speakers.
Interview with J.D. Boucharde, music teacher and no fan of American Idol.
Development of Borrego Springs still hinges on water supply.
In his book Democracy in America, French sociologist Alexis de Tocqueville claimed that in our fair country, religion had a greater influence on women than it did on men. This was well and good, he ...
Leopard-print pool table and a temporarily dismembered mannequin at the Go Lounge in La Mesa, a part of the dive-bar scene.
The bar manager at Brazen BBQ, Grey Lockwood also moonlights as a commercial advertising photographer. So, naturally, when he develops a drink, he’s looking for that Kodachrome moment — say, turning a regular old sunrise ...
Thursday 31Col Abrahil and British gutter-punk pioneers GBH (grievous bodily harm) will spike the ’dos and vitriolic spews at Casbah tonight. The sociopolitikal street punks have been at it since 1978, making their mark with ...
No doubt why it is called “Eagle Rock”
Be amazed by a rock formation that really looks like an eagle!
Recipe by Anthony Wilhelm, Executive Chef, Inn at the Park
I’ve always been a fan of really fresh food. I grew up in Ohio and went hunting and fishing with my dad. Nothing tastes fresher than catching a fish and cooking it over an open ...
Address: nachomamasblog.com Author: Margo Porras From: Hillcrest Blogging since: 2010 Post Title: “Trigger” Foods — I can’t prove they’re laced with crack.... Post Date: May 13, 2011 So...tomorrow is my Weight Watchers meeting. Which means ...
“It’s actually ‘Bron-cho.’” Right off the bat, I’ve mispronounced the band’s name. The ch, it turns out, is soft. “A lot of people make that mistake,” says Jonathon Ford, the band’s bassist. He’s on the ...
Grad school meant hours and hours of reading by myself. Music kept me company, but it had to be a certain kind of music. Lyrics would distract me from my studies, so almost anything with ...
Disgust Discussed I just finished reading the article on Nathan Fletcher (“Untold Stories,” Cover Story, May 24), and I’m absolutely shocked that anyone would be so petty as to go back in his background and ...