Content for Monday, April 18, 2016

News & Stories

Man in precarious position

Copter 1 performs a noninjury pick-off

April 13 — HP responded to a dinghy that was adrift near the Laurel Street Anchorage. The dinghy was impounded at the Harbor Police Dock for being a hazard to navigation April 12 — HP ...

Briggs and Goldsmith go another round

"The city attorney’s just cherry-picking issues to call out."

San Diego's city attorney's office is sticking by an April 11 memo that questioned the legality of a proposed ballot initiative brought forth by local attorney Cory Briggs that would reconfigure the Tourism Marketing District. ...

Qualcomm braces for impact

Earnings report expected to be grim...but stock may not take a hit

Qualcomm reports its second-quarter results Wednesday (April 20), and Wall Street expects big declines from a year ago. Thomson Reuters reports that the consensus of 35 analysts is for earnings to be down 33 percent ...

Junketing for Hillary

High-dollar lobbyist hosts 2016 strategy talks in Virginia

Judging by the fierce electoral contests currently being waged around the country, the nebulous political “center" isn't the most popular place to be. But that's where Michelle Dorothy, chief of staff to La Jolla House ...

Still no showers at San Diego state beaches

Near-normal snow pack and water surplus won't change situation

Even though the California Department of Water Resources reports a near normal snow pack after four years of little snow, the governor’s office is not ready to turn on the rinse-off showers at local state ...

Spanish cravings

Tapas at Costa Brava in Pacific Beach

Despite the surfeit of marvelous Mexican cuisine, San Diego suffers a dearth of attractive Spanish food options. There was Iberico Spanish Bistro in La Jolla, which was good, but outrageously priced, and is now closed. ...

Last of Oceanside's Chinese buffets?

Building was once part of the local Jimmy’s Restaurant chain

The China Star Super Buffet may be going out of business soon. Until a few years ago, Oceanside had six Chinese buffets. All had gone out of business except for China Star, at the southeast ...

All Tomorrow's Parties pulls the plug on Jehu and friends

The Drive Like Jehu–curated event, which would have brought several San Diego bands to England, is canceled

The Drive Like Jehu–curated All Tomorrow’s Parties 2.0 festival, reported in the Reader last year and promising rare performances by bands such as Wire and Flamin’ Groovies from April 22–24 in Manchester, England, has been ...

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