Content for Tuesday, August 21, 2018

News & Stories

The squeezed turn from Aero to Murphy Canyon Dr.

Disenfranchised bus passenger

During our conversation about potholes (see “What It Takes to Fill a Pothole” on August 10), Misty Haskins expressed what struck me as an exaggerated worry about her safety on the buses she rides. She ...

Pizza crust doesn't get any thinner

And this pie named after a movie villain is killer

Catching up for a quick lunch with a friend, I found myself back at the Little Italy Food Hall, scanning its several restaurant counters for something we can agree on. As often happens in such ...

Not everyone loves food-scraps-to-energy

Industrial zoning looms over Lakeside

In the past year, three new projects have been announced for the Moreno Valley area in Lakeside and the locals are not happy. Last year, San Diego County planning commissioners approved Bob Turner’s new sand ...

Live in Alpine? Get a generator.

SDG&E cuts power to replace wood poles

SDG&E sent out a letter announcing weekly power outages for the months of August and September in the Carveacre neighborhood in Alpine. Over 100 customers will be affected up to nine hours a day, one ...

Zonie gets sick after Coronado swim

Banner U. docs say it was Gram-positive cocci

While visiting San Diego from Arizona, Travis Moncur enjoyed a swim in the ocean off Coronado beach, but on his way home things took a turn for the worse. “It’s super important that we really ...

It's not just for homebrewers

Bear Roots brings good taste to Vista Village

When I go to Vista, it usually has something to do with beer. Seventeen brewhouses call the hourglass shaped North County city home, offering at least that many reasons to visit. However, twelve of them ...