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Cosplay at Comic-Con

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Models of make-believe

How they drink beer on the other side of the county

An overdue visit to Legacy Brewing Co.

It’s my first time passing through the doors of Legacy Brewing Co., and I’m not sure what to expect. The place has been here five years this fall, but. I count about forty miles and ...

County unemployment rate rises sharply

But jobs only drop by 800

The county unemployment rate rose to 3.7 percent in June, up from a revised 2.9 percent in May. Non-farm jobs dropped by 800 in the month, which is not alarming — at least yet. Leisure ...

Stop eating poke bowls

Choose donburi instead, at the new Little Italy Food Hall

After years of construction, Little Italy’s pedestrian-friendly Piazza Della Famiglia has opened, and the ten-thousand square foot, Euro-styled plaza has proven an ideal venue for the neighborhood’s Saturday farmers market. When I showed up on ...

Investor-owned utilities with sky-high rates

Want to pass even more costs to ratepayers

California’s investor-owned utilities — San Diego Gas & Electric, Southern California Edison, and Pacific Gas & Electric — already have among the highest rates in the nation. (San Diego Gas & Electric’s are consistently the ...

A poem by Ben Doller

Turbocharged Direct Injection

Turbocharged Direct Injection times poetry seems insufficient, say in the morning, swaddled in poly, contorting to prove your recollections exist in alphabetical order, or distinguishing you, you are free and capable of feeling total betrayal, ...

Pushed out to the margins

The church was at one time the center of family life and the community

Grace Presbyterian Church Contact: 1450 E. Vista Way, Vista 760-724-0077 Membership: 200 Pastor: Mike Wallman Age: 66 Born: Burbank Formation: Santa Monica College; California State University-Northridge; Fuller Seminary, Pasadena; Dubuque Theological Seminary, Dubuque, IA ...

San Diego's no-helmet scooter documents under wraps

City refuses records request, cites attorney-client privilege

Critics who have suspected San Diego city hall of being in cahoots with electric scooter interests may raise their eyebrows at an email response by mayoral staffer Almis Udrys regarding a California bill allowing scooter ...

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