Content for Friday, March 3, 2017

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Coronado Brewing announces plans for new brewpub and distillery

Beer for the literal South Bay

On March 2, Coronado Brewing Company announced it will build a new ten-barrel brewpub in the city of Imperial Beach, located at the southernmost tip of San Diego Bay and Wildlife Refuge, where it meets ...

North Park Main Street hits the road for Iowa

More people, bigger meetings required more space

North Park Main Street has vacated its office space at 3076 University Avenue in North Park and moved to new offices in the Iowa Street Seniors apartment building at 3939 Iowa Street. San Diego Housing ...

March comes in like a wolverine

Logan heads up a strong bunch of new movie releases

I liked the superhero movie Logan a lot, mostly because it was less about superheroes and more about keeping the flame of faith alive as the darkness closes in and about keeping civilization going by ...

San Ysidro School District supe sued

Julio Fonseca accused of sexy-times fumble involving hush money

In a new lawsuit, San Ysidro School District superintendent Dr. Julio Fonseca is accused of using $113,433 in public funds to silence a whistleblower who threatened to go public with allegations that Fonseca had hired ...

Dracula is rather a fearless fellow

My acting bucket list: Ruff Yeager

Actor, writer, director, and cofounder of the Roustabouts, a new theater company: Ruff Yeager Titus, Titus Andronicus, by William Shakespeare. “First, you need to understand that I’m not a fan of the horror genre or ...

County loses jobs, unemployment rises

Up only half a percentage point, but that's 19,000 people

San Diego County's unemployment rate in January was 4.5 percent, up from 4.1 percent in December. The county lost 19,000 jobs in the month. Retail lost 6500 jobs, as people working in the holiday season ...

Pita Guys, not to be confused with Pita Pit

Independently owned, halal, and tasty

Pita Guys barely registered at first. I probably mistook it for a Pita Pit, the fast-food chain that seems to open anywhere there might be college students. There’s a Subway franchise right next door, after ...

Dave Wakeling beats back the storm

The English Beat hits with the hits

Despite a torrential downpour, fans packed the Belly Up in Solana Beach for a fun-filled evening with the English Beat. Just shy of his 61st birthday, Dave Wakeling acted like an old-time vaudevillian as he ...

Alison Krauss's woeful Windy City

...your grandma will probably love it

There exists a battle in the arts: the duality of the pure and the commodity; the passion and the product. This, certainly, is no different with records. There are ingenious albums, those that have the ...

Lifestyle of a hedge-fund real estate baron

High above Qualcomm Stadium's ground war in a Gulfstream G200

In the rarified circles of La Jolla mega-money men, it isn't the length of the luxury car you drive or the sprawling estate you live in that conveys power over the lives of your fellow ...

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