Content for Sunday, March 6, 2016

News & Stories

Editor's choice: 2002-2004

San Diegans talk about their tans, smuggled aliens who die in crossing, Balboa Ave. dragsters, James Hartline's campaign against gay baths, our foreign cabbies

I'd Never Marry a Pale Girl On a sunny afternoon in June, Mark Davis is peeling off the top of his wetsuit after taking a swim at La Jolla Shores. Davis, 23, just returned to ...

"Snackle Box" on the way at Santee Lakes

Just all-around good fishing

Inshore: The rockfish opener for southern California waters kept the ½-day anglers pinned to the rail with some pretty good taco meat counts. As a result of targeting the deeper bumps there were a lot ...

Ashley Bathgate solo cello in the Barrio

...and other jazz happenings around San Diego March 7-13

Monday 7 Michael Blake’s Tiddy Boom Quartet with Frank Kimbrough, Ben Allison, and Rudy Royston play the Athenaeum Music and Arts Library (1008 Wall Street) at 7:30 p.m. $26 general admission, $21 members, $15 student ...

One night, one bag, one bike: Gaslamp to Sweetwater camping

Embracing the idea of "microadventure."

At the turn of the New Year, I declared 2016 the year of "doing." Of approaching life with a no-holds-barred attitude. Instead of just talking about great adventures, I’d be the one out there breathing ...

No sexy ads, cartoon mascots, or meat

Plant Power fast food

Vegan fast food. It might sound like a contradiction in terms, but it’s out there, trying to be fast as can be without serving animal or animal by-product. Bankers Hill restaurant Evolution has been working ...