Content for Tuesday, March 3, 2015

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March record releases

New releases this week include two songs by Gayle Skidmore, “Rag Doll” and “Barrel, Trigger, Gun,” issued March 2 on a split cassette with Minor Bird. Griever’s debut full-length, Our Love Is Different, will be ...

Order at the border…sorta

County parks undoes some of its work in Tijuana River Valley

County Parks contractors began removing obstacles from the Tijuana River Valley Regional Park today, March 3, just weeks after they were installed. After a National Border Patrol Council (union) safety officer raised concerns that newly ...

U-T pension woes emerge in takeover battle

Report has L.A. Times owner jockeying to acquire San Diego daily

One of the bigger ironies to be found in the struggle over who will be next to own San Diego's daily newspaper may turn out to be the pension problem. Not public worker pensions — ...

Three Bs in the Jewel

March 6 is a busy night for classical music in La Jolla

La Jolla is keeping the classical music going on Friday, March 6, with three quality concerts covering all of “The Three Bs”. Of course, “The Three Bs” are Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms, but we’re also ...

Tax and media intrigue envelope massive Mission Valley hotel deal

U-T Manchester’s friend is chairman of district defending room tax in Briggs case

An era dating back to the 1950s quietly ended last summer when C. Terry Brown, the hotel mogul currently embroiled in the tax case brought by lawyer Cory Briggs, cut a deal to dilute his ...

Nachos: Respect at last?

Ed makes a meal of a big messy plate at Costa Azul

Is this the most beautiful mess of food you ever saw or wot? And maybe the best belly-filling deal too. I've just had a kinda revelatory reminder here at Costa Azul that nachos are suddenly ...

Finding peace at Lake Shrine

Escape from L.A. stress in Pacific Palisades.

If you’re in L.A. and seek a respite from the traffic and stress, there's a place that just may restore – at least temporarily – a sense of tranquility to your being. The Self Realization ...

Are our cops really this bad?

Lawsuit alleges drug-bust action resulted in unprovoked shootings

A man and woman are suing the City of San Diego and its police force for damages after police officers allegedly shot both victims without cause through a front window of the home they were ...

Chargers fan offers backyard for stadium site

"The best way to pay for it is to have other people pay for it"

Thousands of San Diegans showed up to party, tailgate, and generally show their support for the city's football team before a Monday-evening public forum put on by a new stadium advisory group organized by mayor ...

March 2 dock totals

Well, only four boats made it out yesterday...three, actually, as the Dolphin made two runs. Their 1/2 Day AM outing with 8 Anglers Aboard reported 10 Sculpin, 31 Rockfish and 1 Calico Bass caught. Their ...

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