Content for Saturday, September 19, 2015

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Tribune says L.A. operation lags

Forecasts for Southern California lowered

The Chicago Tribune has publicly stated that the Southern California operation of Tribune Publishing is not doing well financially, and doing poorly compared with the rest of the company. Earlier this month, Tribune Publishing fired ...

Editor's choice

Cyclist killed at Camp Pendleton, my old Mission Hills house, cartel kidnapping in Chula Vista, a Vietnamese looks closely at English, Texas oilmen run the country from Del Charro hotel in La Jolla

Udo was gone German cyclist killed at Camp Pendleton by North County Transit bus Udo and his new cyclist companions were riding on a shoulderless stretch of a two-lane road, between two low-lying heavy guardrails. ...

San Diego’s first Baja-centric beer fest

Craft beer hops the border

Baja California is currently home to around 100 craft breweries, but many San Diegans have never tried a Baja craft brew. While southbound tourism has been picking up, borderphobia and long return lines have led ...

Late summer ripens the soul

Josef Suk's personal crises transformed into beautiful music

If there is a piece of music for late summer, it is The Ripening by Josef Suk. Suk worked on the music over the course of five years or so from 1912 to 1917. Yet ...

Amateur poker player has decent payday

“The guy that finished first, I think he learned a few things from me."

After 18 years of playing Texas hold ’em poker in area casinos, David Scheunemann of Oceanside recently won the biggest pot of his life. Scheunemann placed fifth in the World Poker Tour Foundation’s three-day tournament ...

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