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Doug Manchester flips Rhode Island mansion

Former U-T owner bought it last year for $15 million

"Papa Doug" Manchester, San Diego real estate speculator and former owner of the Union-Tribune, has sold Fairholme, a posh Newport, Rhode Island, ocean-front estate, for $16.1 million, according to the Providence Journal and real estate ...

Click it, drink it

Growing number of services deliver beer to your door

Home-delivery service has become one of the tech industry's fastest growing sectors, and while its primary focus has been restaurant-prepared meals, beer and liquor are increasingly on the agenda. Over the past several months, several ...

It's lunker season

Plugged fish yours for the taking

Inshore: Sculpin, yellowtail and calico bass continue to lead the inshore counts for the sportboats. Kayakers are reporting a decent bite on white seabass, mostly off the northern edge of the La Jolla kelp beds ...

To be African American

Black nostalgia market, Black Power history, black style, Afro puffs

Generations My mother was a jazz fan. Her mother, Florence Hawkins, sang onstage (her signature piece was "My Man Bill"), and her showgirl aunt, Caroline Snowden, was a name star in the earliest moments of ...

Pit stop in Tehachapi

North of L.A. & west of 395, Red House BBQ makes the case for a small-town lunch stop.

If you're like me, you dread driving through any part of Los Angeles when heading north by road. Having driven different routes at varying times on several days of the week, I’ve found it will ...

Ralph Alessi brings group to La Jolla

...and other jazz happenings around San Diego February 23-28

Tuesday 23 The Steph Johnson/Rob Thorsen Duo play Café 21 (802 Fifth Avenue) from 7 to 10 p.m. No cover charge. Wednesday 24 The Joe Lovano/John Scofield Quartet come to the Price Center Ballroom East ...

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