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Two ex-officers stiffed the Marines

Major bilked military of $205,000

Former Marine Major Jason Wild, a reservist, was convicted by a federal jury today (November 22) of participating in a four-year-long conspiracy that fleeced the United States Marine Corps of more than $205,000. Wild falsely ...

Get rich suing pharmaceuticals!

Founder of scheme admits it was a fraud

David Aldrich, founder of PLCMGMT LLC, also known as Prometheus, pleaded guilty today (November 22) to defrauding investors who were told they would get rich from lawsuits against makers of prescription drugs and medical devices. ...

A window for Ocean Beach's Pac Shores? NO!

"When people walk by during the day, they’re not sure we’re open."

Back in September of this year, OBecians expressed concern about Pacific Shores — a Newport Avenue "dive bar," according to many — installing a front window. Known for its darkness, black lights, and cave-like feel, ...

It’s not all fun in the sun

Summer's quirkiest lifeguard and harbor patrol news of 2016

July 15 — LG requests medics for a combative 42 Y/O male bleeding from the mouth at Oliver ct. Medics transport PT to UCSD. July 14 — HP caught a male subject that was smoking ...

Free advance screening of Sing on Saturday, November 26

Shake off Black Friday by taking the kids to a movie

There will be a free screening of the upcoming Universal Studios release this Saturday morning at 10 am. Here's the catch: you have to be one of the first 200 patrons in line at either ...

Audit hits SDSU interest conflicts and illegal faculty discounts

Campanile Foundation repeatedly broke federal and state accounting rules

An extensive list of financial irregularities and transparency transgressions committed in the name of in-house charities has been uncovered at San Diego State University by auditors for the California university system, raising a series of ...

Beyond definition

The Kid Thing at Moxie Theatre

Margot and Nate have dinner at Darcy and Leigh’s condo in Chicago. Before the two lesbian couples have dessert, Leigh wants to “wind down” the conversation — twin tirades about Michael Jackson’s place in American ...

A budget-friendly burger in San Diego that’s good

Greek Canada beats Ronald McDonald

When we put together a special burger issue a couple of months ago, it gave me a chance to revisit a few old favorites. It also forced me to realize that the price of hamburgers ...

A rare opera performance on Black Friday in Escondido

Intimate La Traviata

There is a chance to hear opera on Black Friday weekend. Pacific Lyric Association is presenting Verdi’s La Traviata at the California Center for the Arts Escondido. Singing the lead role of Violetta is L.A.-based ...

Execs pledged their stock as loan collateral

And then the crooks dumped the stock to fund the loans

A Florida-based financial manipulator was found guilty by a San Diego federal jury yesterday (November 21) of 16 counts of mail fraud, wire fraud, securities fraud, and conspiracy. Along with two others, Jeffrey Spanier set ...

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