Content for Saturday, March 7, 2015

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Of leather kilts and opposing bulwarks

Human rights groups enter fray over public nudity at Hillcrest Pride parade

Human rights activists and gay and lesbian advocacy groups are urging appellate court judges to overturn a previous court's decision to dismiss a discrimination lawsuit brought by Will Walters, a gay man who was arrested ...

On the border of Miramar and South Africa

Other-worldly sports bar a worthy bet

When you discuss getting dinner or lunch with friends, a litany of cultural choices are bound to come up: Thai? Mexican? Sushi? Nobody ever says, "South African?" Until recently, I barely knew it was an ...


Mayor accidentally reads wartime propaganda of famous children's author at birthday celebration.

A 100th-Birthday Reading of Dr. Seuss by Mayor Faulconer to a group of third-grade students went horribly awry last Monday, as Mr. Faulconer found himself reading from the wrong book. Instead of a sweet and ...

Scorching Sculpin

Ballast Point’s habanero-laced IPA a commendable niche offering

I’ve been labeled a hot head in my day. No, not for having an incendiary temper. Sure, I get angry, but when you’re slight in stature like me you learn real quick that it’s in ...

At day's end

March 6 dock totals 15 Anglers aboard the Dolphin 1/2 Day AM run caught 5 Sculpin, 66 Rockfish and 1 Lingcod. On their PM 1/2 Day outing with 16 Anglers, they reported 3 Ocean Whitefish, ...

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