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SEC kicks Ray Lucia's "Buckets of Money" ploy

Business talk-radio personality banned from investment industry

San Diego radio host Ray Lucia Sr. has lost his appeal of the action by the Securities and Exchange Commission to ban him from the investment business. The appeal was heard August 6 by the ...

Wet-hopped summer

Fresh buds at Border X Brewing in Barrio Logan

Wet-hop beers have started showing up in tasting rooms. The recent proliferation of hop farms in San Diego County has allowed some brewers to get hops on the same day they were harvested. Most of ...

He expected humanity to dissolve into everlasting bliss

Scriabin's contribution toward the end of the world is the Esoteric Pick of the Week

The Divine Poem is the Esoteric Pick of the Week. Written by Alexander Scriabin, The Divine Poem is his third symphony. Scriabin was best known for his piano compositions and was one of the most ...

Lawyer Carrillo won't fight charges

No word on his former law partner, Huettel

On September 2, a New York law firm sent an unusual letter to a judge in the Southern District of New York. The letter stated that San Diego attorney Luis Carrillo will no longer fight ...

Elvis has left the terminal, the tarmac, the plane...

Carlsbad-based Biz Air stops flying, ceases operation

How does one blow through millions of dollars quickly? Start an airline. Such is the case of Chicago’s Dan Cretsinger and his family, who started Biz Air Shuttle in June. Based in Carlsbad, Biz Air ...

"Wildheart" Miguel funks up the Observatory

...with a two hour set of electrifying funk-rock and sexy slow jams

One of the best concert experiences is when you catch an artist at that pivotal moment when your gut tells you he or she is on the cusp of going Big Time. That’s how I ...

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