The Dynegy South Bay energy plant in Chula Vista — described by some environmentalists as a fossil-fuel-burning monster — gets blown sideways tomorrow, February 2. People who want to see the two-minute event should go ...
- Lincoln Park: Red Rooster’s got catfish, if you can find it
- Alleged Mexican Mafia gangster sent back to prison
- Baja & Border News Translations: More than 68,000 Cars Towed in Tijuana; Colef and UABC donate books to Public Libraries; Saturation of Gas Stations in Tijuana Harms Business; Relatives Protest Children Killed by Ricketts
- Pacific Beach eateries cook up culinary tribute to Super Bowl
- Early Feb. jazz opportunities
- Afterimage: Cloud Atlas
- Either/Or - Sounds Like San Diego or Roni Lee & Jennifer Batten?
- San Diego's great red light camera rebellion
- Mary Jo White fretted about "aggressive" regulator
- Beer of the Week: SD TapRoom Coconuts on Rye
- Appeals court rules wrongful conviction for Mexican national who believed he was helping FBI nab drug traffickers
- Ben Hueso uses campaign funds for his brother's campaign and to pay for hotel stays with his son
- Trailer Park: Day of the Falcon
- Diahann Carroll in town to pick up Lifetime Achievement Award at SD Black Film Festival
- Lobbyists, lawyers, and land developers anted up for Dumanis’s post-loss fundraising
- UCSD responds to its critics
- Where do the Aztecs stand in the Mountain West?
- City Attorney says Mayor's questions about port appointment process "lacks merit"
- February brings new film releases
- No Hope For The Manicured at Voz Alta
- New wine bar in Talmadge
- New year, new disses and misses on the concert circuit
- Street Style Carlsbad: Ankle Booties
- Six arrested in Fallbrook's Operation Guacamole
- Economy adds 157,000 jobs but unemployment rate rises
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