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Beer cans on the beach South Korea

Abnormal sees and takes opportunities out west

In June, Rancho Bernardo's Abnormal Beer Co. opened its first offsite location: in Busan, South Korea. Abnormal Taphouse + Cantina opened in the popular beach community Haeundae, where it serves street tacos in addition to ...

Homeless friend dies next to Auto Park Way

"I talked to him just yesterday and he seemed fine"

My husband came home on July 24, red-faced and on the verge of tears. "You aren't going to believe what happened," he said. "I was walking down the bike path near Auto Park Way and ...

A volcano erupts in Coronado

Upend the guac to create the lava

Villa Nueva wanted to be original. For starters, Coronado had enough Taco Tuesdays going on. So they made theirs Taco Friday. Then the owners introduced a jewel from their native Mexico City, the volcán. It’s ...

San Diego cop worried she might have miscarriage, blamed for late notice

You're what?

The City of San Diego will pay $175,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by a San Diego police officer who said her supervisors discriminated against her for becoming pregnant. On August 1, city councilmembers are ...

Dental board opens investigation of La Jolla firm

Osmolinski couple still under Pennsylvania suspension

The Dental Board of California confirmed yesterday that it has opened an investigation of La Jolla Family Dentistry. The two top executives of the dental office, Dr. Eric Osmolinski and Dr. Jana Osmolinski, a married ...

Broadway pier swept by divers

To get it ready for the Giffords

July 21 HPD Dive Team members conducted a security sweep and assessment at Broadway Pier prior to the arrival of the newly named USS Gabrielle Giffords, which is an Independence-class littoral combat ship of the ...

Bus company has clout

City listens to their complaint about the pipe on University Ave.

The city water department and its contractor, Burtech, are responsible for the temporary yellow pipeline running along both sides of University Avenue in North Park. It’s been like that for many months. Normally, it’s not ...