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Manchester's Pacific Gateway featured in pitch selling visas to the rich

Chinese would get EB-5 green cards for the downtown San Diego project

It's been a decade-long slog for mega-millionaire developer and onetime Union-Tribune publisher Doug Manchester's controversial Navy Broadway complex at the foot of Broadway. Project foes vowed that it would never get built, citing its forbidding ...

Two more nonstop flights to Europe from San Diego

Condor to Frankfurt starting May 8, Edelweiss to Zurich starting June 9

As most major U.S. airlines are making money for the first time in decades, and the U.S. dollar's strength is adding value overseas to Americans, two foreign carriers are welcoming San Diegans aboard. Starting May ...

City faces yet another damaged sidewalk lawsuit

Lawsuit comes two months after $4.85 million payout for similar fall

Just over two months after the City of San Diego agreed to pay a cyclist $4.85 million for injuries suffered from hitting a damaged sidewalk, comes a similar lawsuit. On May 4, Van Nguyen filed ...

San Diego dog parks becoming dust boxes

Dusty Rhodes in Ocean Beach, Morley Field, Nate’s Point at Balboa Park, and the dog park south of Mesa College

About two dozen dog and park lovers braved the rain Sunday for a protest over the lack of city care for the very dusty Dusty Rhodes dog park in Ocean Beach. The dog park that ...

Tiny Restaurant, Big Plates

Pillbox Tavern takes over where Dairy Queen left off

“Come on in!” a large group of people yelled from the front patio at the Pillbox Tavern & Grill, toasting us with beers while balancing babies on their hips as my friend Valerie and I ...

Another opah caught

And the first local yellowfin tuna of 2017 hits the deck

Yellowfin tuna have moved into the overnight range within 80 miles of Point Loma. Though they just caught a scratch, a few good sized schools were sighted and metered. The bluefin tuna bite picked up ...