Content for Wednesday, March 6, 2013
- Strangle Guido
- Tijuana rounds up 14 drug dealers overnight
- Papa Doug gets the raspberries in Texas
- Mission Beach’s Better Buzz: But from oatmeal?
- ARC Trio: March 9, at Villa Musica
- Padres lose one then win one in Cactus League play
- Run or Dye 5K in Mission Valley
- District 4 Has Big Hopes
- Todd Gloria, staffer, hotelier and spouse signed nomination paper for judge who ruled against Filner
- Tourism Marketing District Board has nearly $2 million stashed away in reserve account
- Three-fourths of affluent to retire in San Diego
- Senior night at SDSU
- Review: Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth
- San Diego man gets 12 years on child prostitution charges
- Amaya's chance to shine in The Jewel
- Shattered prejudices against OB Noodle House
- Republicans declare early war on Peters
- Reading the coffee grounds: Breakfast in Mission Beach
News & Stories
The days of standing in front of a class to teach are over
Career and technical training used to be called vocational or trade school. San Diego Unified School District has tried to put a new face on the program with much success.
I doubted the man of the hour (or century, if you consider we were celebrating his 90th birthday) remembered me. I’d met David’s great-uncle, the Hungarian pianist Béla Síki, only once before, nearly a decade ...
Church has become like an emergency room.
Can we all agree that garage rock has reached an impasse? Don’t get me wrong. I love fuzzed-out guitars, lo-fi drum tracks, and retro vocals as much as the next guy — and San Diego ...
When Wild Wild Wets frontman Mike Turi released the debut EP Everyday Obstacle from his solo project Emerald Rats last month, he opened a window into a cerebral world of psychedelia. “It’s been exciting to ...
Grace Potter in a nightgown: “I don’t want to be the one you forget,” sings Greta Morgan (née Salpeter) in “Medicine Man.” “I don’t wanna be the one you regret.” That’s regret — not forget. ...
It’s no secret that San Diego has become world famous for its craft-beer culture over the past few years. Our county is home to several landmark breweries and brew pubs that have garnered praise from ...
Before books travel across town to take their places on the new shelves, they will undergo a technology upgrade and take a fantastic journey through tubular space.
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icPurple, the super PAC run by La Jolla computer magnate Ted Waitt that lost its bid to elect so-called independent Nathan Fletcher mayor last year, is still in business, barely. According to its monthly federal ...
Jason “Blackie” Blackmore set to release film titled Records Collecting Dust, mostly interviews with San Diegans talking about their record collections.
My first recommendation is Disney’s Blu-ray release of the original Tron. I single out the Blu-ray release because it’s a stunning transformation from DVD to BR. The very nature of the film, with its groundbreaking ...
The Ultimate Stones gets a slot on AXS TV’s program about tribute bands.
How much have San Diego taxpayers forked over to the giant law firm of Latham Watkins for legal services delegated to it by GOP city attorney Jan Goldsmith — the man lately in the middle ...
Band Incomplete Neighbor discovers one of their songs in used on the soundtrack of a film titled Craigslist Joe.
Discover a little-known route to one of Anza-Borrego’s remote palm groves
Yet another prequel
The production notes for Oz the Great and Powerful came with a heads-up: “Please note that this movie stands alone and shouldn’t be compared to any other versions of the Oz films.” I’m fine with ...
Heymatt: For the last week I’ve been climbing Cowles Mountain every day. It takes me about 1 hour, round trip. At the bottom, I reward myself with an entire box of Girl Scout Thin Mints. ...
"I didn’t see this one coming.” That is the subject line found on an email a friend sent me. Said friend teaches journalism at a private college. The link he provided takes me to fastcompany.com ...
Many years ago I happened on Stranger Than Paradise at a college film festival. My first-ever Jim Jarmusch movie and still my favorite. Willie (John Lurie), living in low-rent New York, is compelled by his ...
Vendors at the San Diego Public Market wonder what’s next as the management fields proposals to set up permanent spaces and prepares to become an everyday operation.
Will Hedgecock pivot?
Former disgraced San Diego mayor Roger Hedgecock makes a big slug of money from a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization in Arlington, Virginia, the American Studies Center.
Hi Matt: Back when I was a kid, not too many people had wristwatches. This was not a problem, however, as all you had to do was turn on the radio to any station and, ...
Mr. Alice: Whenever I encounter bridge construction on the interstate, or most any other highways and roads, fastened onto the temporary supports at both sides of the road is a painted and illuminated, white board ...
Telecommunications giant AT&T spent a total of $32,737 in the last three months of 2012 on what is called “activity expenses,” also known as freebies awarded to public officials to get their time and attention. ...
Big Pharma Joseph O’Brien’s February 21 cover story was important and I appreciated it very much. It was heartening to read that more doctors are refusing to participate in the Big Pharma System and, instead, ...