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No day at the park for antennae opponents

Judge says cell-phone tower lease to Verizon is legal

A San Diego Superior court judge says the City of San Diego can continue to lease portions of public parkland to cell-phone companies in order to install wireless antennas. On October 31, judge Judith Hayes ...

Alcohol delivery or craft beer delivery?

Some services pioneering growlers on demand

Web-based alcohol home delivery service has become a growing national phenomenon, with myriad businesses cropping up around the nation. Typically, a a company will pilot the service in a major market before spreading its brand ...

Rach Mozart

San Diego's busy weekend in classical music

In addition to a busy weekend of contrasting operas, the San Diego Symphony is throwing Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2 at us. Mozart’s final symphony, The Jupiter, is coming along for the ride as well. ...

De Anza Cove: nature or recommercialization?

Campland up for grabs! Community input sought till Nov. 30

More than 300 people packed the Mission Bay High School auditorium Monday night (November 7) to get a look at the city's three alternative plans for De Anza Cove. Few attendees left happy. Groups of ...

Is today's election make or break for Union-Tribune?

Tronc financial chief Jimenez says of U-T and Manchester, "it's something that we had stepped into."

As votes are counted for this year's San Diego general election, Wall Street analysts are likely to have their eyes on an experiment that could have a crucial effect on the ultimate survival of the ...

Shrek de Tijuana takes on the hard times

“I don’t ask for donations, it has to come from their hearts."

“Sorry, but this is not a costume, this is a character, and it’s something I do with all my heart for everyone that visits us and those who live here in Tijuana,” el Shrek de ...

Barrio takes last stand against convadium

"This is a community that will fight tooth and nail to avoid being erased."

A group of Barrio Logan residents and supporters gathered Monday evening (November 7) on the corner of Cesar E. Chavez Parkway and Logan Avenue in a last-minute effort to discourage support for Measures C and ...

Digging it in Del Mar

Where they dumping all that sand?

Excavation for a 369-car, three-story parking structure at the Del Mar Highlands Town Center is in full swing, sending up to 40 semi-trucks daily onto the roadways of North County, according to a construction worker ...

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