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Lawyers on the wrong side of the law

Money-laundering attorney on suspension and one on probation

According to yesterday's (February 2), Cal Bar Journal, well-known criminal attorney James Joseph (Jimmy) Warner has been placed on interim suspension. On July 15 of last year, Warner pleaded guilty to laundering $100,000 of a ...

Land sakes, Sweetwater, get it together

School district’s real estate dealings in disarray and doubt

On January 26, Sweetwater Union High School District’s facilities director Tom Calhoun sent an email to Marc Litchman that surprised many. Litchman holds the title to some Sweetwater property through the nonprofit corporation known as ...

Burnham in a rush for U-T San Diego takeover

Political plum may be up for grabs as mogul maneuvers for charity change

Might San Diego mega-millionaire developer and Republican kingpin Douglas Manchester be willing to part with his U-T San Diego mini-media empire sooner rather than later? So indicates a new post on the website of the ...

My perfect breakfast, but better

Farmers' market parfait gives yogurt the spotlight

Left to my own devices, my breakfast of choice these days is a blueberry parfait. To some, the mixture of fruit, yogurt, and granola may never constitute a satisfying breakfast. To them I point out ...

We have a Father-Mother God

Membership: 200 Pastor: Blair Tabor Age: 63 Born: Minneapolis, MN Formation: University of California-San Diego; Unity Village, Kansas City, MO Years Ordained: 34 San Diego Reader: How long do you spend writing your sermon? Pastor ...

Journey to ground zero: Hiroshima, Japan

Stepping off the bullet train into a cold Hiroshima morning, we could sense the past. My wife Irene and I became immersed in its history by chance. A journey through New Mexico took us to ...

This ain't no shell game, Kilroy

Residents against Carmel Valley development claim bona fide grassroots

While looking for city approval to build their One Paseo mixed-use development in Carmel Valley, Kilroy Realty has spent money on public relations campaigns, hired expensive lobbying outfits to grease the wheels in City Hall, ...

Trail blazed. Let's ride.

"It's great what people will do for a free hamburger."

On January 31, about 120 volunteers cut and shaped a new trail in the Black Mountain Open Space. City park rangers, including Joe DeWolf, guided the volunteers on the epic work day that left the ...

No meat, no bullfights, no zonkeys

Animal-rights activists launch another protest in Tijuana

Animal-rights activists took to the streets of downtown Tijuana again on Saturday, January 31, in their most recent protest against what they say is the maltreatment of the city's iconic zonkeys — donkeys painted to ...

Bolt Brewery to strike in Little Italy

New La Mesa sudsmiths find a more central locale they can't pass up

It’s the fastest expansion in the history of the San Diego County craft beer scene. Just two months after opening La Mesa’s first brewery, the ownership of Bolt Brewery has taken possession of a property ...

Small clean waves in the morning; poor and drained out tidal conditions in the afternoon

Scholastic Surf Series results

SAN DIEGO DIVISION 1 & 2 HIGH SCHOOL SURFING, FEBRUARY 1, 2015 - SAN CLEMENTE PIER Team Results, Division 1 San Dieguito “A” 91 def Point Loma 41 Carlsbad “A” 82 def La Costa Canyon ...

February 2 dock totals

Some good local fishing going on in spite Ol' Man Winter... (Who??) Fisherman's Landing 20 Anglers, 1 Boat, 78 Yellowtail, 242 Rockfish, 80 Lingcod H&M Landing 58 Anglers, 2 Boats, 1 Bonito, 446 Rockfish, 79 ...

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