Content for Sunday, September 4, 2016

News & Stories

One year to replace Clairemont grocery store

Keil's moving out, Sprouts moving in not fast enough

After 26 years, Keil’s grocery store is leaving the Clairemont Village shopping center in mid-October. Clairemont residents have been waiting for some sort of written-in-stone news since January when Keil’s lease ran out. A teary-eyed ...

Black and Blue warm-up almost all blue

Just under $1000 a pound

Inshore: The barracuda seemed to disappear this past week while bonito numbers held steady. The calico bass bite is still pretty good, but the average size is going back down, judging by the kept/release ratio ...

Gilbert C and the Hammond B-3

...and other jazz happenings around San Diego September 6-10

Tuesday 6 The Jonathan Karrant Quartet with Joshua White on piano, Ben Wanicur on bass, and Duncan Moore on drums play 3rd Space (4610 Park Boulevard) at 8 p.m. for a $10 cover. Wednesday 7 ...

Manual labor: I sweat right in front of you

House cleaner's dirt stories, appliance repairman propositioned, amazing baseboard tales, tension in Mt. Soledad, intellectual plumber, Reader writer as janitor

Here to Clean Up Bruce’s departed tenant had left telltale signs of the "young bachelor" — a floor so encrusted with dirt in places that I had to chisel it off with a knife, a ...

Zoothanasia? Animal coalition applauds California’s aid-in-dying act

"Next time you're at the zoo, take a good long look at our faces."

Last Tuesday, the San Diego Zoo announced that it had made the difficult decision to euthanize Ranchipur, a 50-year-old male Asian elephant who was suffering from multiple ailments associated with old age. The news was ...

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