Content for Thursday, July 16, 2015

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Folks, your Ponzi scheme will always surface

Paul Moore IV conned investors out of $2.8 million, spent most of it

Paul Moore IV pleaded guilty in federal court today (July 16) to running a Ponzi scheme and spending most of the money he took in. Moore was a complete fraud, according to his admission. He ...

Hops and spouse in the house

Husband and wife open brewery and supply shop north of the border

A little outside Ensenada, Valle de Guadalupe has a reputation as Baja's wine country. For a couple of years it was also home to a small brewery with a loyal following and key restaurant placements. ...

Bring back the court composer

With no new symphonies to speak of, what's to be done?

Why not bring back the court composer? Way back when, aristocrats used to have their own orchestras and composers who wrote music for those orchestras. Why not bring that model back? What if the San ...

Meanwhile, USD allegedly awakens rape perps

Two lawsuits charge school with discouraging sexual assault reports

A lawsuit alleging that administrators and faculty at the University of San Diego dissuaded a female law student from reporting a rape to police will move forward, said superior court judge Joel Pressman in a ...

UCSD flunks sex crime disclosure 101

California universities audited for Clery Act compliance faulted for errors and omissions

The University of California at San Diego, already beset by myriad high-profile troubles, has another black mark to deal with, although this time the taxpayer-funded school isn't alone. "Our review of six California institutions found ...

Green people infiltrate San Diego Unified schools

District adopts City of San Diego's draft Climate Action Plan

Environmental activists are cheering the decision Tuesday (July 14) by the San Diego Unified School District to adopt a climate action plan modeled after the one commissioned by the City of San Diego. "We applaud ...

Showered with nothing

Freshwater rinse-offs at the beach are over until the drought is

On Wednesday, July 15, the outdoor showers at San Diego’s four state-park beaches were scheduled to be shut off, in compliance with the governor’s mandated 25 percent reduction in water usage. The cold-water shower towers ...

Supermarket slump?

North Park Haggen store affected by layoffs

The staffing cutbacks announced July 14 for Haggen supermarkets throughout Southern California have included San Diego. A conversation July 15 with two North Park Haggen employees (who had to remain anonymous) revealed that the store ...

January 15 dock totals

24 anglers aboard the Chubasco II 3/4 day run boated 3 bluefin tuna, 48 yellowfin tuna and 3 yellowtail. The Dolphin 1/2 day am run with 31 anglers aboard reported 33 bonito, 3 sheephead, 1 ...

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