Content for Tuesday, April 14, 2015

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Catalina's calling

Your guide to a weekend – and world – away on island time.

Santa Catalina Island, one of the Channel Islands (but not included in the Channel Islands National Park), lies 22 miles off the southern California coast. Though it is privately owned by the Santa Catalina Island ...

When Dido pulls the trigger — gasp!

Point Loma Opera Theater undergrads continue to put in work.

Point Loma Opera Theater is cranking out performances like mad these days. I caught their double bill of Trouble in Tahiti and Dido and Aeneas on Sunday evening. These were the fourth and fifth productions ...

Big-idea Todd

Rancho Santa Fe attorney admits forgery, put up clients' cases as collateral

Todd Macaluso, a Rancho Santa Fe attorney, pleaded guilty today (April 14) to forging signatures of clients and notaries as part of a scheme to put personal-injury clients' cases up as collateral to investors without ...

No "jobs killer" here

UC-San Diego even offers a class on how to get work with the university

Looking for a new job is no picnic, but UCSD is the only employer in the county that offers a class on how to get hired. “We tout that,” said Michael Yates, director of talent ...

Yay! Got the cash and pills

Julie Harper lawyer Paul Pfingst says money needed to pay experts

Paul Pfingst, defense attorney for accused murderer Julie Harper, successfully got 12 items of evidence released from the district attorney during a court hearing yesterday, April 13. This included $30,000 in cash, some of which ...

Nathan Fletcher's $3000 triplet flip-flop fine

Republican-turned-Democrat forced to ante up for Hillary backer’s law breaking

Fernando Aguerre, cofounder with his brother Santiago of Reef, the world-famous flip-flop maker, is famed for knowing his way around the worlds of fashion, sports, and high-dollar politics. "Inspired by the beautiful women of the ...

Thanks for nothin', Uncle Coltin

Couple takes insurance-scam advice from family member — everyone busted

A scheme to extract illegal cash from an insurance company has a San Diego couple facing insurance fraud charges and resulted in the arrest of the husband's Lake Elsinore uncle, the California Department of Insurance ...

Lounging in Baja's San Felipe

Discover this chilled-out beach town 5 hours south of San Diego.

Strung like a hammock along the Eastern Baja coast, San Felipe lounges along the sandy beaches of the Sea of Cortez. The town's vibe is as laid back as the lapping of its Caribbean blue–like ...

Charger Girls finally have something to celebrate

Assembly Bill 202 affords cheerleaders a little more dignity and respect

On April 8, the state Assembly's Committee on Labor and Employment moved forward a bill authored by San Diego's former labor leader and current assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez that requires sports teams to pay fair wages ...

Got fishing reservations?

Barrett Reservoir tickets go on sale today

Tickets for fishing Lake Barrett (aka Barrett Reservoir) go on sale at Ticketmaster online and by phone today. As reported by SDFish.com, there are many new changes for this year, especially for the float-tubers and ...

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