"Blackfish was a pack of lies. But here at SeaWorld we're in showbiz."
— Shark Week, every week
Polling conducted via YouTube showed that 90% of people would rather watch a shark jump out of the water to eat a live seal than see an orca do the same jump for a couple of fish.
Greeted by the Oceanside Police Dept.
Manners beyond the pale — carousel ride and shopping plans foregone.
Steampunks were greeted by the Oceanside Police Department for breaking the mall's "code of conduct."
— Chargers blackouts and the opera’s demise
San Diegans pay a big cost to live in perpetual sunshine. Income is moderately above the nation's, the cost of living is far above.
But we're not being fancy
Opened in 1945, and dormant since 2006, new theater's aim is to "showcase movies that are educational, multicultural, independent, and even mainstream commercial in nature."
Also fear-producing are the escalating recent sightings of Great White sharks, which feed on seals and sea lions.
...and there’s not much to be done about it
The jewel of San Diego is flawed. In fact, it stinks!
"It's dirty, it stinks, and it's like swimming in a toilet that hasn't been flushed."
Former employees of the Beach House Restaurant waiting for their final paychecks
Off the schedule
Employees had no clue…neither did valet service or linens provider
I have removed the names of the signers.
Eleven irate members of the San Diego Opera board held a private meeting on March 26, and sent out a letter to the other 47 board members on March 28.
“Who is this Susan Luzzaro bitch?!”
A series of emails acquired by the Reader through a public-record request, demonstrated how far Castle Park principal Robert Bleisch was willing go in order to keep himself aligned with Sweetwater superintendent Ed Brand’s agenda.
Lyft and Uber drivers report that taxi drivers have intentionally his their vehicles.
Mustachioed ride-sharing puts pinch on traditional cabbies.
"If San Diego were a human body, then San Diego airport would be the butt."
803 S. Twin Oaks Valley Road #107, San Marcos
A new artisanal venture from the creator of Churchill’s Pub
3,000 square foot space with exhibition-style dining at the bar around the oven, along with a plethora of other seating options — bar, single and communal tables, banquettes, petite bar tops, and a lounge area featuring punched leather chairs. An additional 40 seats available outside and accessible via roll-up, windowed garage-style doors.