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Wahoo, the 65 mph meal

Inshore: No change here, except a couple wahoo being picked up on ¾ day trips. ½ day boats are fishing in tight for calico and sand bass, rockfish, sheephead and a few yellowtail while a ...

Youth and experience mingle at Panama 66

...and other jazz happenings around San Diego October 6-11

Tuesday 6 Bassist Ben Wanicur hosts his monthly jam session at 3rd Space (4610 Park Boulevard) with Duncan Moore on drums and Jason Shattil on piano at 8:00 p.m. $5 at the door. Wednesday 7 ...

Talking walls

La Jolla Playhouse's Without Walls Festival steps outside for a "three-day arts party"

The La Jolla Playhouse’s popular Without Walls Festival begins Friday, October 9 and runs through October 11. That’s 22 events in three days, and all are “site-specific.” “The Playhouse has four theaters,” says artistic director ...

An awkward ménage à trois

Sage lemonade, pasta, and panini at Aether

When I first met Oliver Castañeda a couple years ago, he was running a small coffee shop named El Gnomo (The Gnome) in downtown Tijuana in the alley known as Pasaje Gomez. When Pasaje Gomez ...

Mexico over the years

Drug cartel violence in Tijuana, smuggling cheese, channelization of Rio Alamar, wisdom of SENTRI passes, Spanish slang seen from TJ

Greetings from Tijuana A mile east of the Tijuana International Airport is an area police call El Fin del Mundo, the End of the World, where drug-cartel assassins dump their victims. Both Mexican and American ...

Trader Joe's gets it, Clairemont

Residents bug company execs with pleas for a store in their town

Earlier this year, Clairemont Town Council boardmember Steve Innis was told by Trader Joe's real estate manager Doug Yokomizo that calls can help get certain parts of town on their radar. Subsequently, in May, Clairemont ...

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