Content for Wednesday, November 14, 2012
- Dead but a saint
- Baja & Border News Translations: Baja California Manufacturing Grows 6.9%; Firefighters Still Await Relocation
- Baja & Border News Translations: Students Participate in Sexuality and Addictions Forum; 450 Million Pesos Not Delivered to State
- Baja & Border News Translations: Molestation in Tijuana and Baja California;Violence Against Women Conference
- Jock itch
- Jazz Live : featuring Jaime Valle
- All My Friends update: Upsilon Acrux, Beaters, Tron added
- Good news for California State University system
- Theta Chi plans a new frat house
- Strong Beer: We Have A Winner…
- Mortgage disinterest
- Wind Energy: The World's Best Source Of Alternative Energy
- Style profile: Golden Hill
- A further look at the trailer for 21 & Over
- Big seizures
- Ballroom backs out
- Amazing Grace and the Maestro
- A closer look at the trailer for 21 & Over
- Beard power
- Your Week: November 15-21
- SDSU destroys SD Christian
- Love Song of the Late Blooming Fools
- Cleaning up the forest
- Mission: Possible?
- One more juice bar
- Foreclosure fees
- Back to the beer old days
- Festival Norte Sonoro: international DJs remix Tijuana
News & Stories
We don’t belong to Mexico and we don’t belong to the U.S.
Few have captured Tijuana's cool new vivacity like filmmaker Aaron Soto.
A ballot item approved in a 4-1 vote at the November 13 La Mesa City Council meeting means voters will decide in November 2014 whether medical marijuana dispensaries will be allowed in the city. Mayor ...
Patrons at the Uptown shopping center were treated to several hours of deafening noise today, November 14, as Boart Longyear Drilling Services drilled 147 feet below the surface of the parking lot. Workers on the ...
Concerned Sweetwater Union High School District parents and residents lined up to ask superintendent Ed Brand questions at a November 8 meeting. They wanted an accounting of the money they have paid into the 17 ...
Heymatt:I’ve been living in my house in University Heights for 65 years and I’ve never had a spider problem like this one. These little buggers are festooning the roof tiles like Christmas tinsel. They’re on ...
Recipe by Cliff Pleau, culinary director, Seasons 52 My earliest memory of wanting to be a chef was when I was about four years old. I was still sucking my thumb and my dad was ...
Chris lifts up Guinness number 66. “I’m aiming for 100,” he says. “You get five free pints for every 100 pints you drink, and your name on that ‘Guinness Century Club’ plaque.” He indicates a ...
"Don’t cook for Thanksgiving this year,” said Patrick’s mother. “You know what?” I answered. “I’m not going to fight you on that. It’s been a long year.” “So, where should we go? Our treat.” I ...
According to the Whaling Bar & Grill’s bar manager Scotty Moises, the establishment took its name when it opened in the early 1950s from the mural that hangs over the bar, The Whale’s Last Stand. ...
San Diego club-goers who smoke cigarettes take part in quit groups started by Rescue Social Change Group, funded through a grant from the University of California, San Francisco.
Interview with Steve Weinberger, author of the book No Air Guitar Allowed.
Trumpeter Gilbert Castellanos did his last Wednesday-night gig at El Camino bar/restaurant on October 31.
The song that transformed Boz Scaggs’s career is simple to the point of monotony. Except for the guitar break, there are two chords: an Em9 that resolves into a jazzy A13 over and over and ...
This Agua Tibia Wilderness hike has dramatic vistas and a variety of vegetation types.
Thursday 15“Opinions expressed are subject to being personal, unfunny, and full of typos.” Rosemary Bystrak, blogger and all-around all-arounder, will celebrate six years of her very excellent reportage on the San Diego scene @SD:Dialed In. ...
A couple of weeks before the election, I looked up a Future of the Left video online, but before I could see it I had to sit through a campaign ad for Rep. Michele Bachmann. ...
Thom Beebe, owner of Guitar and Bass Land/Skin City Drums in El Cajon won’t deal in used musical equipment anymore due to an increase in secondhand/pawnshop permit fees.
Wager Nation needs allies
New Jersey moves to legalize betting on football. Will they be stopped?
Just a month after the U.S. Border Patrol promised better public access to Monument Mesa in the historic Border Field State Park, the gates to the mile-and-a-half-long road from the park entrance to the mesa ...
I don’t usually listen to voicemail left by robots, but this one was from my health-insurance company, so I stayed on the line long enough to jot down the 800 number I was instructed to ...
Meet Buddy, an East Coast transplant, cultural chameleon, and private Peace Corpsman who knows the joy of being alive.
Found at a 1984 Padres game: God
Membership: 525 Pastor: Gary McCary Age: 60 Born: Needles, CA Formation: La Sierra University, Riverside, CA; Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI Years Ordained: 33 San Diego Reader: What is your favorite subject on which to ...
The bayside Point Loma mansion lavishly remodeled by Mavourneen O’Connor, the secretive twin sister of onetime San Diego mayor Maureen O’Connor, is up for sale for a cool $6,825,000. “195 feet of prestigious water frontage ...
Earns 417 years
When he was 22 years old, Jeremy Ryan Stutzman attacked a young Escondido housewife in her apartment. He bound and gagged her and forced her to dress in lingerie that he provided. His sexual assault ...
Lame-duck San Diego mayor Jerry Sanders has backed off plans to expand the City’s controversial red-light camera enforcement program, leaving that decision to mayor-elect Bob Filner, according to a recent report in U-T San Diego. ...
Race v. Rally Ahoy, Reader. In your Neighborhood News you made a serious error in terming the Baja Ha Ha a race. I think they call it a rally. The participants can use motors and ...