Content for Sunday, March 22, 2015

News & Stories

Difficult man, difficult plot, masterful work

The esoteric, and acerbic, pick of the week.

The esoteric pick of the week is Palestrina. Not the composer, Palestrina, himself, but the opera based on events late in his life by German anti-modernist Hans Pfitzner. Hans Pfitzner was born in Russia to ...

Chargers reach deal with city; fans rejoice

Win-win!

KISSING THE ASPHALT OF THE QUALCOMM PARKING LOT, MISSION VALLEY — In a welcome surprise development, Chargers counsel Mark Fabiani today announced that the team had finally reached a deal with the City of San ...

Catfish season approaches

Weekly Fish Report ½ Day - ¾ Day: Rockfish, sculpin and calico bass are the main catch on the ½ day boats. The kayakers are starting to get bit by the white seabass. I expect ...

The nice side of naughty

Cocktails and treats at S&M Sausage and Meat

I lost count of how many friends, aware of my proclivity for kink, told me I just had to go to S&M Sausage & Meat. I don’t think being a dominatrix gives anyone authority to ...

Lupulin Against Lupus

Aztec brings back formerly local brewer to collaborate on charity IPA

Even though it was for the best, I was sad to see Kevin Buckley exit the San Diego beer industry. A former brewmaster at Vista’s Latitude 33 Brewing Company who also logged time at Alpine ...

Land woe

Sailboat and trailer part ways on Adams Avenue

A day of sailing did not end well for a driver towing his boat home late Saturday afternoon on March 21. The boat sailed off its trailer and docked itself along Adams Avenue. Witness Alex ...

Anat Cohen comes to La Jolla

...and other jazz happenings around San Diego March 23-29

Monday 23 From NYC by way of Israel, the Anat Cohen Quartet with Aaron Goldberg, Vicente Archer, and Daniel Freedman on drums play an Athenaeum Jazz at TSRI gig (10640 John Jay Hopkins Drive) at ...

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