Content for Monday, September 16, 2013
- Padres roll into last two weeks of the season
- A year behind bars for mortgage loan fraud scam
- Two accountants lose licenses for criminal offenses
- What San Diego multiplexes have that Hollywood picture palaces don't
- Careful with that axe, Eugene: open jam Mondays at The Bancroft
- Rakiraki brings ramen burgers to San Diego!
- Port releases results on "green" initiatives
- Bittersweet Memories and a Will
- Kevin Faulconer first mayoral candidate to buy flurry of local TV ads
- Chicken lobby still roots for Fletcher
- Grenade found in casino bathroom
News & Stories
Police shoo the women from Avenida Revolución
Tijuana’s downtown prostitutes are straying outside the area in which they are allowed to offer their services legally, prompting city officials to promise a crackdown on the wayward streetwalkers. According to accounts in both El ...
Marines were majority of invading force in 1950
On Friday, September 13, veterans from the 1st Marine Division and Republic of Korea Marines, gathered at Camp Pendleton to commemorate the 63rd anniversary of the Inchon landing in Korea. The military operation involved 75,000 ...
The Tokyo Quartet is no more.
When the sole remaining founder of the Tokyo String Quartet, Kazuhide Isomura, announced his intention to retire along with second violinist, Kikuei Ikeda, the two remaining players began to accept auditions to fill those spots. ...
Arizona couple has big reception on the sand
Six years ago, after taking off from Palomar Airport, a private plane crashed into the ocean northwest of Ponto Beach at the South Carlsbad State Beach. The crash killed an Arizona volleyball coach, Alex Meekcoms, ...
Mira Mesa brewery has big intentions for big wood
You know you’re way into beer when you’re seated in a brewery, enjoying course after course of thoughtful food paired with fine craft beer, and instead of keeping your head down and focusing on consumption, ...