Content for Monday, February 15, 2016

News & Stories

Whale crossing ahead

...and other waterfront goings-on

February 10 — Man down at 1950 Abbot St. 65 y/o, unable to walk from a previous injury. BLS 32 responds and transports the patient to UCSD. — 1 Sam contacts SDPD for a male ...

Not suggesting you steer clear of these lawyers, but...

Three county attorneys disbarred, fourth gets probation

Three San Diego County lawyers were disbarred in the fourth quarter of last year, and one was placed on probation, according to records of the State Bar of California. Lorraine Rosenfeld of Oceanside was disbarred ...

A matter bigger than the city attorney

League of California Cities denied right to keep emails private

A request from the League of California Cities to distance itself from San Diego city attorney Jan Goldsmith's use of private email backfired on February 3 when the California Supreme Court rejected retrying the case ...

Spanos clan saves its charity for Stockton

The National Football League, tax-paid stadiums, and the Scrooge test

Now that Chargers owner Dean Spanos is back making nice to San Diego after a yearlong excursion to the ethically challenged City of Carson in search of a billion-dollar-plus stadium deal, more than a few ...

Demons squeezed out

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf at Intrepid Theatre Company

Martha: “Truth and illusion, George; you don’t know the difference.” George: “No. but we must carry on as though we did.” Not anymore. In Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, during an all-night drunkathon ...

San Diego Opera and Puccini's Tosca

The season at San Diego Opera has begun

San Diego Opera has started their season of transition with Tosca by Puccini. It should be noted that all three productions this year were established by the previous regime. This season is not an indication ...

Ward Canyon Neighborhood Park makes room for mutts

Dogs unleashed!

The Normal Heights Community Association, with support from the Adams Recreation Council (and the city's Park and Recreation Department), the Normal Heights Community Planning Group, and the Adams Avenue Business Association worked for nearly a ...

Off to gangsters’ paradise

Two Deep Valley Bloods get more than 75 years in state prison

Two Oceanside gangsters will make one more appearance in a San Diego courtroom this month, on February 24, before they spend the rest of their lives in state prison, officials say. Roland Isaac Seau, 25, ...

Hi-Tech

San Diego hackers, Craig Venter, amputees feel missing limbs, UCSD body hacking, Arduino (the tinkerer's friend), app for finding gun carriers

H is for Hacker Like many hackers, David Nakamura Hulton goes by more than one name. His other one, his handle, is h1kari. Some people say you shouldn’t ask a hacker what his handle means. ...