Content for Saturday, September 5, 2015

News & Stories

Local tribe seeks to monetize sacred ground without arousing evil

On September 3, the La Jolla Indian Reservation opened what is thought to be the longest zipline in Southern California. For $99, campers at the reservation campground can soar through the air for over a ...

S-A-T-U-R-D-A-Y...beer!

Bay City Brewing rolling along in Point Loma's Midway District

As may be apparent to anyone who's driven Interstate 8 west of the 5 lately, Bay City Brewing Co. officially opened for business on August 18. The brewery operates with a 700 sq. ft. tasting ...

George’s at the Cove offers a one-two punch

It often seems you can either have great food or an amazing view but not both

It often seems you can either have great food or an amazing view but not both, especially in a tourist town. But with all the lovely ocean vistas available to us in the San Diego ...

Doctor enjoyed 'shrooms and ecstasy

Two San Diego physicians get probation

Two San Diego physicians, Jason Roman Hess and Bret Robert Gerber, have been given probation by the Medical Board of California in decisions that became effective August 27. Hess was given five years of probation. ...

Attack of the kangaroo rats!

Farmers file suit to have rodents taken off endangered list

Farmers from areas surrounding the San Diego region in Riverside and Imperial counties are asking federal courts to exclude the Stephens' kangaroo rat from a list of endangered species, arguing that the rat's inclusion prevents ...