Content for Tuesday, March 6, 2018

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History lessons with a side of suds

Longship Brewery's lectures on beer-drinking Vikings and beer topics

Longship Brewery opened in 2016 with two specific areas of interest: Vikings and beer. Thanks to a new lecture series Longship is hosting in its Mira Mesa tasting room, beer fans are getting an opportunity ...

There are no alleys in San Diego

Typo or truth?

Who jumped the opening date of Flower by posting their rave review almost one month in advance? Color me guilty, but with an excuse! Make that a pair of excuses. This year, both February 23 ...

SDPD gets pricey mayoral PR makeover

$350K "Branding and Marketing Strategy" rushes cop recruiting

Despite the offer of hefty new pay boosts, worthy prospects aren't exactly falling all over themselves to sign up to be San Diego cops. Now, with SDPD ranks dwindling to 1787 by recent count (down ...

Racial disparities alleged in aerospace hiring

Lawsuit aimed at General Atomics

Increased federal spending in the defense industry over the coming years could lead to a sizable production boost for San Diego's aerospace industry. But a group of activists organized by the local chapter of Al ...

There goes the affordable neighborhood

Bulldozers ready to obliterate Peñasquitos Village apartments

It took three years of planning, hours of contentious debate before the city council, and a last-minute deal with opposition forces that left some tenants feeling blindsided, but Lennar Homes ultimately got approval March 5 ...