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Puccini partisanship

Reviewing a review could get ugly.

This could get ugly — really ugly. I’m about to “review a review” of San Diego Opera’s La Boheme. The production closed on Sunday so now is a safe time to do this. Why don’t ...

La Jolla's $1.3 million embezzlement

San Francisco government group tracks missing cash to Citibank here

$1.3 million of funds allegedly embezzled from the Association of Bay Area Governments, a governmental planning and development consortium similar to San Diego's SANDAG, somehow wound up in an account at the Citibank branch in ...

Does that mean there's no herbal Viagra?

Fraudster Dennis Long makes plea deal after bilking fellow churchgoers

Dennis Eugene Long, 65, admitted to defrauding the faithful in a plea deal on January 29. The defendant pleaded guilty to five felonies, including multiple counts of grand theft and one residential burglary; plus, he ...

A surprisingly satisfying meatless benedict

Everything we want in a dog-friendly brunch, without the pork

Always on the hunt for dog friendly eateries, I've heard from a number of friends I that need to check out Claire's on Cedros in Solana Beach. I looked into it, and according to Feaster ...

Grossmont Center History 101

And a little about its future, according to Stephen Cushman

With the January 10 expiration of Grossmont Center's 50-year lease, Cushman family members are "no longer passive owners" of the property, Stephen Cushman said at the January 27 La Mesa City Council meeting. Cushman said ...

Weekend bite report

Lots of productive trips out of San Diego this weekend. Fishing the Hurricane Bank on a 15-day trip, the Red Rooster III is getting Wahoo and big Yellowfin Tuna to 250 pounds right now. The ...

Case dismissal, my eye!

Judge drops some charges, but sexual-abuse case to go to trial

The attorney for a man accused of abusing boys at the Army Navy Academy in Carlsbad asked for the case to be dismissed on January 30. The judge declined; however, he did dismiss 3 of ...

Meet Bay City Brewing

Upcoming Point Loma brewery led by former Monkey Paw talent

The San Diego brewing scene is growing so quickly that the open positions for brewing personnel seemingly outnumber the pool of qualified candidates. This means digging through droves of homebrewers for potential blue chips capable ...

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