Content for Sunday, January 11, 2015

News & Stories

An Amtrak-Airbnb American (and Canadian) adventure

Weary of going through another airport security line? Enchanted by an early morning train whistle hurtling to points unknown? With airline costs continuing to rise, I set out to try a new, more economical cross-country ...

Growers wanted

Schools seek more local food to fight childhood obesity

A new progress report on farm-to-school food programs, released December 19, indicates that more than one-third of children in San Diego are overweight or obese. For many children, eating a lot of processed foods means ...

On the chew

Weekly Fish Report ½ Day - ¾ Day: Only a couple half-day boats a day fishing the local kelp daily and a few three-quarter day boats made it out this week to the Coronado Islands. ...

Superfoods for a healthier new year

Paying the price for eating better in East Village

Pretty much every New Year of my adult life, I've resolved to eat better. Of course, each year the idea of what it means to eat better changes, depending which nutritional study has prevalence. The ...

Bang a drum with red fish blue fish at Bread & Salt

...and other jazz happenings around San Diego January 12-18

Monday 12 Get your jazz week started with a free noontime concert by the Rob Thorsen Trio with Kamau Kenyatta on piano and Richard Sellers on drums at the Athenaeum Music & Arts Library (1008 ...

Local teen disappointed in Natural History Museum's King Tut exhibit

#TUTSUX

"Totes lame," says 15-year-old Kris Kendall of Serra Mesa of his experience at The Discovery of King Tut, a touring recreation of King Tut's tomb and treasures that is currently on exhibit at the San ...