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Le Freak hits Virginia Beach

Green Flash launches its matching East Coast brewery

Green Flash officially opens its new brewery and tasting room in Virginia Beach, Virginia this week. San Diego's third-largest beer company celebrates its East Coast expansion with a pair of opening events the weekend of ...

Seuss characters snatched, charges suit

Connecticut company seems guilty of blatant rip-off

On November 10, San Diego–based Dr. Seuss Enterprises filed suit in federal court, claiming a Connecticut company infringed on trademarks and copyrights of characters created by the late La Jollan Theodor S. Geisel, the children's ...

Supper clubbin' in South Park

Beautiful food stokes conversation among strangers

When I wasn't looking, pop-up restaurants gave way to supper clubs, which might also be considered pop-ups, but they more closely resemble dinner parties than temporary businesses. The gist is, a chef whips up a ...

San Diego bishop addresses bulletin controversy


Shortly before Election Day, the bulletin at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Old Town featured a flyer that warned, “It is a mortal sin to vote Democrat,” and that souls that died in the state ...

High schoolers against (and for) Trump

San Dieguito Academy students get green light to protest

At 1:00 p.m. on November 10, at least 200 kids walked out of their San Dieguito Academy third-period classes for a planned anti-Trump protest. The night before, a junior had put up a message on ...

Neighborhoods: Imperial Valley

Farmworkers in Calexico, evil in Brawley, gangs in El Centro, the Holtville High football team, the Calipatria prison

The Imperial Valley Paradox Cesar Enriquez is the director of Casa de Amistad, a community center in Brawley that works with farm workers. “I really was a believer in what our hero, Emiliano Zapata, said: ...

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