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Turn-of-the-century websites — still kicking

Prison penpals, ghost towns, rabbit nuts, Ayn Rand, duct tape, Padres, Russian subs for sale, Lescaux caves, Esperanto, urinals, Hunter Thompson, Russian brides, Ridout Plastics

San Diego's spiritualists battle local scientists San Diego is a logical venue for disputes over the paranormal: it is home to alternative lifestylers and first-rate science and research institutions. The landscape of the region also ...

Call for naught

San Diego water emergencies in 2017 that weren't

July 24 Boating: 911 call for a vessel accident off Ski Beach. Lifeguard boat unit responds, turns out not to be a vessel accident. A PWC was overturned and being harassed by two other PWC’s. ...

Save Civita Because Sudberry Won't

Disappointed homeowners sue city

A group of Mission Valley residents living in the Civita community are suing the City of San Diego for approving a plan to build a freeway connector directly through their development. The group, calling itself ...

Jesse Billauer's second life on a board

Adaptive Surfing Championship at La Jolla Shores

In the mid-1990s while still in his teens, Surfer magazine named Jesse Billauer one of the top 100 up-and-coming surfers in the world. He was surfing Zuma Beach at Drainpipes before school in March of ...

Thanksgiving goats that taste like crab

Boats posted limits of vermilions and whitefish.

Dock Totals Nov 19 – Nov 25: 2,251 anglers aboard 84 boats out of San Diego landings this past week caught 445 bluefin tuna, 47 yellowfin tuna, 4 skipjack tuna, 105 yellowtail, 75 calico bass, ...

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