Content for Tuesday, April 12, 2016

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San Diego breweries get into packaging

Bottles and cans just clap your hands...

Nine local breweries are introducing bottles and/or cans for the first time in the first half of 2016. That's only a small fraction of the roughly 120 brewhouses in the county, but nearly a 25 ...

Council consents to Mission Beach project

City leaders hoodwinked into believing developer's "two projects" pitch?

A divided San Diego City Council sided with the developers who proposed one project and then split it in two at the site of the former Mission Beach Elementary School Monday (April 11), shooting down ...

Dig a hole: David Gest

And Happy Birthday Tiny Tim!

It’s only fitting that David Gest died on Tiny Tim’s birthday. Wedding bells between the concert promoter and Liza Minnelli amounted to the biggest Barnum & Bailey wedding of all time, a marriage made in ...

Wallow in the awkwardness

Skin Deep at Scripps Ranch Theatre

Jon Lonoff’s comedy is scoring many laughs at Scripps Ranch. The play has one of the simplest plots ever. An overweight, insecure woman meets a rough-cut but sweet guy. They fall for each other. Then ...

Authentic doesn’t mean you have to eat Cheez Whiz

Philadelphia Sandwich Co. comes to Miramar

In early 2015 the Philadelphia Sandwich Co. — est. 1979 — moved from Kearny Mesa to an address on Miramar Road. That’s about six mile difference by car but a distinct change in market for ...

Good ol' fashioned barn savin' in Santa Ysabel

Structure next to historic store built in 1890s

The Save Our Heritage Organisation (SOHO) is in the midst of restoring one of the largest barns in San Diego. In spring 2015, the group bought the land the barn sits on for $30,000 from ...

Jason Alexander and the loverly San Diego Symphony

The comedian sings us a few songs

Jason Alexander, known to all as George Costanza from TV’s Seinfeld, is a good old-fashioned song-and-dance man. He showed off his singing chops and dancing hoofs at Symphony Hall on Saturday night, April 9. The ...

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