Content for Tuesday, May 15, 2018

News & Stories

Will University Ave. west of 30th catch up?

F Street video and Tobacco Rhoda the bad boys of history

While the commercial area of University Avenue on both sides of 30th Street has prospered over the past several years, the west end of North Park has not. University Avenue from Florida Street to Arizona ...

Small sailboat rams Californian

Rigging and spreader damaged

May 8 Harbor Police issued a citation to a boater that was in a slip at the Harbor Police guest slips without a valid permit or reservation. Harbor Police responded to National City Pier 32 ...

Just a Lo Jack recovery at Michaels

The easy way to get your stolen car back

At about 5:20 p.m., on Mothers Day (May 13), four San Diego Police Department patrol vehicles pulled up in front of Michael’s at the Westfield Mission Valley mall. The police officers exited their vehicles, passed ...

Never the same spirit twice

Small batch liquors that show what they're made of

When I walk into the Miramar warehouse home of Seven Cave Spirits, I find owner and distiller Geoff Longenecker celebrating a Eureka moment. After much experimenting, he’d just figured out a new method he will ...

Surfboard left a horseshoe flap

Mission Beach jetty ridiculously territorial

Name: Eric Elmore From: Clairemont Location: Mission Beach jetty Occupation: Water Resources Engineer Eric Elmore has been surfing at the Mission Beach jetty for about 20 years. “It’s ridiculously territorial here,” he said, “a guy ...

Maybe you can use lead sinkers

California ban in question

San Diego anglers are sharing a sigh of relief over the change in a ban on the use of lead in fishing sinker and tackle. On April 24, the bill’s author, Assemblyman Bill Quirk (D-Hayward), ...