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Unexpected Budapest

Beer and cheer in the historic Hungarian capital.

The two cities of Buda and Pest once stared each other down with nothing but the Danube separating them. But in 1873, they merged to form Budapest after the Chain Bridge opened as the first ...

Tangled in the pier

12/25 — HP was called to a vessel adrift near the main shipping channel by the A-3 Anchorage (Laurel Street). HP responded and located the small sailboat that had broken away from its mooring ball ...

When Ellsworth Kelly jilted San Diego

New York artist, dead at 92, trashed town’s sculpture sensibilities

Sunday's passing at 92 of Ellsworth Kelly, noted in the New York Times as "one of America’s great 20th-century abstract artists," has gone unheralded in San Diego, though he was once a household name here, ...

Fabiani packing up the carpetbag?

Chargers spokesman bought Manhattan condo as investment, he claims

San Diego Chargers spokesman Mark Fabiani — now one of San Diego's most controversial persons — has purchased a condo unit at 60 East 8th Street, Greenwich Village, Manhattan. The price for his unit, 18J, ...

Atop Station White

Leucadia lookout's plaque remains intact

Most coastal North County residents probably don’t know a piece of World War II history rests on a hilltop in Leucadia. But the residents of the Skyloft condominiums, east of I-5, do. A question to ...

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