Content for Sunday, December 14, 2014

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"I don't think he understood my concept."

The naked lady house

Tijuana III Millennium or “La Mona” is an iconic giant sculpture of a naked woman that doubles as a house. The sculpture is five stories tall and weighs over 18 tons. La Mona is located ...

Pickleball pickle

Tennis players contend they can't spare a square.

Carlsbad Council staves off converting two tennis courts to pickleball because of opposition.

Must-see Joshua Tree

Camp, hike, climb or stargaze – the closest national park is 3 hours away.

During the winter months, there's nothing more accelerating for the spirit than peacefully camping out in a temperate desert like Joshua Tree National Park. Less than three hours away from downtown San Diego, the park ...

Save the date, you're all on the guest list!

Troubadour's annual holiday party has busted out of the bungalow

For San Diego’s music insiders, one of the top events each holiday season is the annual party held by music magazine San Diego Troubadour. This year, on December 21, and for the first time, the ...

Hearty garden at Great Maple

A meal both naughty and nice

When I hit up Great Maple, on the easier-to-park side of Hillcrest, it's usually mid-morning and I have two items on the brain: salad and doughnuts. I don’t even look at the menu anymore. Rather ...

First at beach to break the $3 barrier

"I can be competitive because I’m an independent."

The battle lines have been drawn along Ingraham Street with only Grand Avenue separating the two sides. It may come as no surprise that oil is involved or that the conflict has an immediate impact ...

Fishing around the edges of the storm

Weekly Fishing Report ½ Day: The boats that were able to fish around the edges of the storm found good Rockfish, Sheephead and Lingcod on the local kelp beds off Point Loma and La Jolla ...

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