Content for Saturday, March 28, 2015

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Asia by way of Belgium

Far East ingredients find their way into a Euro-style farmhouse ale

I may not be a great beer formulator, but when it comes to flavor combinations, I’m no slouch. In fact, it was my ability to cook and create on a culinary level that earned me ...

New England lobster rolls on the left coast

Nothing deflating about this regional specialty spot

I pronounce the R in chowder. So I'm not going to pretend I'm dialed in with which New England shorelines offer the best lobster rolls. Maybe it's Massachusetts, maybe it's Martha's Vineyard. Lobster West, a ...

Too rude, San Diego Gas & Electric

California tops as solar producer; utility seeks to profit from grid hookups

California is once again leading the nation in the implementation of solar power, according to a federal study released this week. The state generated 9.9 million megawatt-hours of solar power last year, more than every ...

Defining BIG in Sequoia National Park

A six-hour drive from San Diego makes this a doable road trip.

I expected it to be colder here in January. I packed snow boots, hiking boots, three jackets, and two sweatshirts for the 36-hour trip. Usually, I pack light – only a small carry-on bag for ...

Che Cafe supporters stage violent uprising against UCSD campus authorities

Viva la Revolucion?

Faced with the closure of their beloved music venue and gathering space, and frustrated by the ineffectiveness of nonviolent protest, UCSD students today took up arms against their academic oppressors, turning the staid La Jolla ...

You can count on it

March 27 dock totals 34 anglers aboard the Chubasco II 1/2 day morning run caught 52 rockfish, 8 sculpin, 1 calico bass, 3 sheephead, 1 lingcod and 181 vermilion rockfish. The Dolphin 1/2 day AM ...

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