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John Doe likes his free porn

Malibu Media sues person behind internet protocol address 76.176.139.46

John Doe, someone whose name is unknown, is often accused of sins in court cases. But on February 18 in San Diego federal court, a suit was filed, and John Doe was the ONLY defendant. ...

Tennis, troubles, tennis, troubles, tennis…

The Last Match at Old Globe Theatre

We’re center court at Arthur Ashe Stadium for the semifinals of the U.S. Open tennis championship. Tim Porter, ranked #1 in the world for three years, faces Sergei Sergeyev, the fiery Russian currently #10. Rumor ...

Shostakovich celebrates because he must

Playlist No. 5 gets some Shostakovich

Now it’s time to add Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 5 to the Playlist No. 5. The list started with Beethoven 5 and progressed to Mahler 5, Tchaikovsky 5, Sibelius 5, Bruckner 5, and now Shostie 5. ...

Give up the keys, drunkie

Bill would mandate server training to recognize intoxicated drivers

Dozens of UC San Diego medical students gathered with California assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez on Friday (February 19) to promote Gonzalez's proposed Assembly Bill 2121, which would mandate participation in a program that provides education to ...

Bicyclist vs. city's pothole

Devastating injury could have been prevented, says lawsuit

March 21, 2015, was a perfect day for a bike ride in La Jolla…until cyclist Jonathan Sammartino struck a two-and-a-half-foot by four-foot pothole on Torrey Pines Road and was thrown from his bike head-first onto ...

Stuffed hash browns. You read that right.

Spudz reinvents the batata suíça

“You’ve got to see this,” he said urgently, producing what looked like an inflated potato pancake. “It’s like a hash brown breakfast burrito!” My friend had just come from the Hillcrest farmers’ market with a ...

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