Content for Thursday, September 5, 2013
- Smackdown: Giants pummel Padres
- Class action suit caused retaliatory suspension, claims class action suit
- Eastwood and ex dig wife swapping?
- The other Mickey D’s
- Proxy war between Paul Jacobs and San Diego contractors in Sac Town
- Twist Sandwiches and More replaces Philly Grill
- City awards $350,000 settlement to woman who was beaten by police officers during a Chargers game
- Calexico border agents seize cash headed for Mexico, meth headed for U.S.
- Reward raised for Sycuan tribal member shot on freeway
News & Stories
Local business improvement association is not pleased
The former Coco's Bakery Restaurant location at 2644 El Cajon Boulevard will become a 7-Eleven store. According to Margaret Chabris, director of corporate communications with 7-Eleven, Inc., in Dallas, they will construct a new 3010-square-foot ...
I took my kids to S10 to have them look at my daughter's stride.
I went back to S10 Fitness but this time I took my kids. My daughter Emma is nine years-old and when she runs her feet kind of swing out to the sides. We could say ...
Imperial Beach painter combines an MBA background with 21st-century memes
A lot of artists might balk at the suggestion that their paintings were “very internet,” but not Linda Halsey. The artist, who lives in Imperial Beach, readily admits that the imagery of popular internet culture ...
One of the hottest shows of the recent San Diego Fringe Festival will have an all-too brief return run this weekend. The two-character story, by Charlene Baldridge, and the staging by Circle Circle dot dot’s ...
Project manager also a shredder
Despite humid temperatures in the 90s, on August 30, hundreds of skateboarders and their families showed up for the opening of a new million-dollar skate park in Oceanside. The Alex Road Skate Park, located on ...
She’s annoyed by crop-tops...and she loves kimonos.
I always forget how hot San Diego Septembers are. When I am looking forward to the fall and pulling my boots and tights out of storage, I find it nearly impossible not to get cranky ...
A photo tour of San Diego's most promising upcoming beer project
A Sunday morning pancake breakfast. Happy people milling around a parking lot, chatting with friends new and old. No, it wasn’t some church function, unless you’re a devotee of the religion that is San Diego ...