Content for Sunday, March 13, 2016

News & Stories

The half-expected hazards of a taxi ride in Brazil

A beach city in the northeast, Natal's also home to NASCAR-driving wannabes.

Rush job – a rush job summoned me into action. By no means could I depend on public transportation in Natal, Brazil (where I'd ended up due to strategic miscalculations as a travel addict). A ...

North County tales

Dangerous Wildcat Canyon, creamy Fallbrook avocados, Torrey Pines Rd. bridge, west Ramona's grasslands, how is the Coaster doing?

Grisly Grinders in Wildcat Canyon Goodwin acknowledges that Wildcat Canyon has developed a reputation for being a dangerous drive and offers this explanation. "It's a two-lane roadway, it's very windy, it's up and down. Maybe ...

I can't play crazy

Maggie Carney's bucket list of acting roles

I’m asking veteran actors to name five dream roles and say why. The answers not only reveal aspirations, they may put an idea in the minds of artistic directors and producers — even choices that ...

Luciana Souza: Speaking in Tongues tour

...and other jazz happenings around San Diego March 14-20

Monday 14 The Danny Green Trio with Justin Grinnell and Julien Cantelm play the Lyceum Theatre (79 Horton Plaza) in a free concert at 12 p.m… the Ray Briz Trio with Rob Thorsen and Carlos ...

Sushi the size of a burro

Rolled Up goes big with raw fish

When I heard fusion burrito-sushi rolls were being served in Hillcrest, I made it my next meal. Rolled Up recently opened in a storefront with a history of failed burrito shops. Its predecessors built burritos ...

Where hubcaps fly in O.B.

"If it hadn't been late at night with less traffic, he would have been killed."

A sign warning of the ultra-slender median on Sunset Cliffs Boulevard (at Voltaire) was run over sometime during the early hours of March 7. Karen Hoffman (not her real name), who lives nearby the intersection, ...