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More San Diego breweries join the craft-in-cans movement

Yes, we can

Since this year's annual Reader Beer Issue took a look at the dramatic growth of San Diego beers being released in cans, even more breweries have announced they are joining the aluminum fold. Mikkeller Brewing ...

Not just a gas station under the flight path

Beer and wine sales will be opposed by Little Italy group

While 2499 Pacific Highway in the Little Italy neighborhood is currently an empty lot with a former car-rental office building, it could become a Valero service station. Civic San Diego has started the approval process ...

City to pay for cops' mother-and-son tussle

Excessive-force suit settled

The City of San Diego has agreed to settle a long-running excessive-force lawsuit filed against four San Diego police officers who allegedly assaulted members of a family during an incident in 2014. According to documents ...

Auditor finds water workers' ethics in the toilet

Honesty takes a beating at San Diego's city hall

Have staff ethics at San Diego's city hall deteriorated under the rule of mayor Kevin Faulconer? Critics there say so, citing an increasingly opaque veil of secrecy the Republican has cast over his staff's dealings ...

Finding Wonderland

OB beach bar serves more than bar food

“If you want to go to a real beach bar, you go to the Pennant or the Beachcomber. If you want to go to a real beach bar that serves good food, you hit up ...

Fear of a drab bridge in Point Loma

Rehab of span over Nimitz Blvd. calls for chain-link fencing

Some in the Point Loma community see the Voltaire Street bridge as a gateway to their neighborhood. So, they want something a bit more attractive than a chain-link fence when a bridge rehabilitation project conceived ...

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