Content for Monday, May 30, 2016

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Starting small and going wild

Incoming beer company has unique business plan

There's more than one way to start a beer company, and some take longer than others. California Wild Ales has been in the works nearly a year, and secured a Sorrento Valley warehouse in January. ...

Bicycle thieves hit Harbor Island Marina

Plus body found in tent on beach

May 22 — PWC’s inside the surf at AB reef. Rescue west responds along with SDPD. PD was contacted due to unfavorable behavior from the Operator. Operator was cited and released. — Missing person at ...

The Who. The Hits

Standing in ovation, the crowd bridged the (my) generation gap

Thirty-four years after their first farewell, mod-rockers the Who hit San Diego on their latest (rescheduled) swan song. With only two surviving members, this really could be the last time… Okay, it's not the classic ...

Hillary sends husband Bill as one crying out in the wilderness

“Trust me, San Diego, you don’t want to feel the Bern.”

On May 21, Bill Clinton addressed a crowd of Democrats at Bonita Vista High School in Chula Vista in preparation for the California primary election on June 7. Press was excluded from the event, but ...

Troubled Bridgepoint runs into GI Bill problems

Add it to ongoing investigations of school and big first-quarter losses

On May 26, San Diego–based Bridgepoint Education reported more problems: Iowa's Department of Education said the state, beginning June 30, would no longer approve applications for G.I. Bill benefits. Ashford University, the online operation that ...

Hot Gouda and cold IPA

Venissimo Cheese at Bottlecraft

Since I live in the area and regularly “research” craft beer, I probably visit North Park’s Bottlecraft shop more than the average customer. While the Venissimo counter has been selling globally sourced cheeses out of ...

Memorializing the Vietnam War

Refugees arrive at Pendleton, San Diegan deserts to Stockholm, Agent Orange victim, Brute Krulak on early war, Hilltop High grad meets classmate in war, Marine starts at MCRD, gets wounded in war

Camp without Joy Vietnamese have been brought to Camp Pendleton. The Camp Pendleton that sent Marines to Danang in the first place, just 10 years ago. With little imagination, you could think it's sort of ...

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