Content for Sunday, November 29, 2015

News & Stories

Consider the mystery of the feminine and masculine in balance

Make a playlist, check it twice

For Christmas we’re going to move our curated playlist over to The depressed Disneyland dad at Christmas when his ex has the kids playlist. This list is also known as a brief contemplation on the ...

My Acting Bucket List: Jorge Rodriguez

Versatile actor Jorge Rodriguez shares his aspirations, some of which seem destined

I’m asking veteran actors to name five dream roles and say why. The answers not only reveal aspirations, they may put an idea in the minds of artistic directors and producers — even choices that ...

Mosaic hops coax tropical finish from tart saison

Pineapple note emerges from Council Brewing's fruitless Beatitude

About this time of year, I usually start transitioning from warm-weather beers to stouts, heavies, and double IPAs — styles that offer their most belly-warming satisfaction during winter. But since I keep hearing El Niño ...

Charlie Hunter Trio returns

...and other happenings around San Diego December 1-6

Tuesday 1 The Ben Wanicur Trio with special guest Jonathan Karrant hold court at 3rd Space (4610 Park Boulevard) with Ed Kornhauser and Matthew Smith from 8 p.m. for a $5 entry. Wednesday 2 Rob ...

Pizza pies before your eyes at Urban Pi

But choose your toppings well

I’m not a purist when it comes to pizza toppings. I do love a simple pepperoni thin crust, but I’ve got no problem throwing down some broccoli, corn, buffalo sauce, and, yeah, even pineapple. So ...

Paying taxes at Guadalupe

Losing a fish to a great white is really annoying

Weekly fishing report Inshore: The ½ boats concentrated on rockfish, sand bass, calico bass, and sheephead on the near-shore bumps and kelp edges. Most of the local ¾-day boats went back on the prowl for ...

Surf Cleaners sign saved

Detour from dump

Encinitas firefighter Bob Voorhees, a downtown Encinitas resident for many decades, recently took it upon himself to track down and save a piece of old Highway 101 architecture. Last month, Voorhees and several other residents ...

The look of the city

SDSU Paseo project, building of Rancho Santa Fe, how Otay changed, Tijuana's beautiful gardens, downtown San Diego highrises, future of Mission Valley

Who's in Charge Here? SDSU’s Paseo project is in a tangle. It was touted as an urban village, akin to a combination of Horton Plaza and Point Loma's Liberty Station, at the doorstep of San ...