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Beheading for treason was fashionable at the time

The Last Wife at Cygnet

The Last Wife is playing at Cygnet Theatre in Old Town through February 11. Who is the last wife? She is Katherine Parr the only woman to survive being married to King Henry VIII. Parr ...

His best friend and a good girl accused of murder

D'Angelo Maurice Charon's body was found on the side of the road

A man and woman were held equally liable in the death of their friend and ordered to face murder charges at the end of a hearing on January 24th. Shyrehl Joseph Wesley, 21, and Sheffah ...

Ballast Point joins forces with Disney

A Sculpin house for the Mouse

They took San Diego beer to the World Series, and now they're going to Disneyland. Ballast Point Brewing has announced plans for later this year to open the first-ever brewery at the Disneyland Resort in ...

Bone-dry Broadway Fountain will be wet again

No, hepatitis scare did not shut down the Gill-built 100-some-year-old

Gregory May was at Horton Plaza last week when he noticed the historic Broadway Fountain was drained. He asked the mayor and councilmember Chris Ward via social media why it wasn't operating and "wasn't this ...

Public records purge in Poway

Older than two years, and that’s enough by law

The City of Poway passed a resolution to destroy 87 boxes of public city records that are more than two years old. The list of documents proposed for destruction at the January 23rd city-council meeting ...

January 25 Sudoku Contenders

Tony Abboud, Coronado. Claiborne Alford, San Diego. L. Barling, El Cajon. Frank Barnes, San Diego. Virgil Barrozo, San Diego. Isabella Bosch-Sorensen, San Diego. Sheila Brown, Golden Hill. Julie Burel, San Diego. (winner!) Mark Burton, San ...

January 25 Brainstorm Contenders

Johanna Barry, Pine Valley. (winner!) Joseph Ciprian, San Diego. (winner!) John Strauch, San Diego. (winner!)

January 25 Crosswords Contenders

L. Barling, El Cajon. Ed Barrno, San Diego. Johanna Barry, Pine Valley. Evelyn Bowser, San Diego. Orville Brown, San Diego. Mark Burton, San Diego. Jon Christianson, El Cajon. Joseph Ciprian, San Diego. Mary Clauss, San ...

Damaged sidewalks cost city big bucks last year

Settlements of 35 claims amounted to $5.3 million

The City of San Diego paid out more than $5.3 million last year for injuries and property damage caused by broken sidewalks. Public records indicate there were 35 claims submitted to the city from January ...

New pie shop to take place of old Nati's

Plan for O.B. mainstay Mexican restaurant is more than a remodel

In December it was announced that Nati’s Mexican Restaurant in Ocean Beach was sold and would close for renovations and remodeling. On December 13th, Nati’s co-owner Dennis Kerr issued a press release, saying, "It is ...

Border outlet store robberies up

“Some of the thieves are coming from Mexico and returning there.”

Robberies are up 38 percent at the outlet malls in San Ysidro, police say, and the new pedestrian crossing to Tijuana seems to be playing an unintended role. Officer Carlos Lacarra, a community relations officer ...

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