Content for Saturday, November 15, 2014

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Pay up, gringo!

New entry fee imposed to enter Mexico

Beginning on November 1, U.S. citizens planning to stay for more than seven days in Mexico must pay a $23.50 entry fee if crossing at the Otay Mesa port of entry, according to multiple accounts ...

Composer Joe Garrison opens Book of Gratitude

...and other jazz happenings around San Diego November 17–23

Monday 17 Nothing like a free noon-time concert to start the jazz week on a roll, especially when it’s the Joshua White Trio with Rob Thorsen on bass and Duncan Moore on drums, playing at ...

How CityBeaten thinks

Alt-weekly is terrified about "radical downturn in advertising" and "CityBeatless" society

It's been a good long time since we've told you folks about what CityBeaten's been up to. CityBeaten, you might recall, is the Reader's competition in San Diego's alternative-newsweekly market. Since it's a slow news ...

More like Sushi Factory

Sushi Deli 3 has unique sushi at a great price — if you can slow their roll.

Sushi Deli operates three casual sushi restaurants with locations in Gaslamp, Hillcrest, and Kearny Mesa. I ventured to the last on the list, known as Sushi Deli 3, and found myself in an odd industrial ...

I.B. mayorship still in limbo

But it's looking a bit better for Serge Dedina

It’s officially an undecided election for mayor of Imperial Beach, but the San Diego Registrar of Voters is starting to hint that challenger Serge Dedina’s slim lead of 42 votes over current mayor Jim Janney ...

Nothin' but net

November 14 dock totals Chubasco 2 Sportfishing 18 Anglers, 1 Boat, 1 California Yellowtail, 3 California Sheephead, 21 Barred Sand Bass, 11 Rockfish, 1 Lingcod, 7 Kelp Bass, 46 Pacific Bonito H&M Landing 40 Anglers, ...

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