Content for Sunday, August 16, 2015

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A rare albacore

Seldom caught in California these days

This week's fish report Inshore: The barracuda and bonito bite is going strong just off the kelp beds in La Jolla and Point Loma. Whitefish are active on the bottom in 80-100 feet of water ...

Not enough time for classical music

Even the NFL is losing numbers to the million other distractions

What if this problem of declining audiences in classical music wasn’t really about the appeal of classical music? What if there were larger forces at work here? It struck me that declining audiences are more ...

Rocking with the Society in Liberty Station

Watermedia association's 50th celebrated by double-size crowd

If strolling around NTC/Liberty Station on Friday, August 7, you might have heard some '50s and '60s rock and roll music. Following the sound, you would have arrived at the San Diego Watercolor Society. This ...

SD belches out the beer jobs and revenue

About $600M made in 2014 (Comic-Con brought $488M over three years)

Often lost in the discussion about how many beer producers call San Diego County home these days is the impact on the economy — and particularly on local employment. According to the City of San ...

iPad your iDessert

I wound up with a pistachio shell, chocolate cake, vanilla cream...

When I hear the words Little Italy and dessert, I think of gelato or tiramisu. After my first visit to iDessert, I don’t know what to think. The high-concept dessert spot is the brainchild of ...

Esperanza Spalding's symphonic debut

...and other jazz happenings August 19-23

Wednesday 19Gilbert Castellanos begins his busy night by hosting the Young Lions Series, featuring Arien Jamanila at Panama 66 (1450 El Prado) at 6:00 p.m. before heading to Seven Grand (3054 University Avenue) for the ...

Editor's picks

San Salvador pictographs near Jacumba, Alaska Pipeline life, Cuyamaca citizen pot bust, San Diego as Romney-land, UCSD trans-species guys

Stay Away From Pinto Canyon Surreal signs of life in the desert. The drawings were stick figures of men, rectangular grids, and most notably, a tall sailing ship, complete with a mast and furled sail. ...

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