Content for Monday, November 5, 2018

News & Stories

Developer Moores in last-minute SDSU money move

Will the baseball stadium plaques come back?

Ex-Padres owner John Moores, long a lurker around the margins of San Diego State University's attempts to take control of the city-owned acreage formerly known as Qualcomm Stadium, has finally outed himself. On November 2, ...

A cure for breakfast boredom

Mexipino is here to remind us how delicious combining cultures can be

Most breakfast menus tend to be long reads, just not very interesting ones. You’ll find an entire section dedicated to all the predictable variations of eggs, meat, potatoes and toast. Another to pancakes and waffles. ...

Too bad, San Diego

Edco customers smile about new cans

Bonnie’s lived by Imperial Beach Boulevard and 9th Street for the last 20 years. “I had no idea that the [EDCO trash] bins could be replaced free of charge,” she said. “I actually never really ...

Bonito for dinner? Smoke some.

Fishing in San Diego Oct. 28 – Nov. 3

Dock Totals Oct 28 – Nov 3: 2,228 anglers aboard 112 trips out of San Diego landings this past week caught 256 bluefin tuna, 2,665 yellowfin tuna, 1,882 skipjack tuna, 6 bigeye tuna, 55 dorado, ...

Inside, looking out at great whites

A non-scuba cage on Guadalupe Island

“When I told people what I was going to do,” said Chris Mannerino, “they would ask: “Do you have a death wish?”” On October 23, Mannerino, from Point Loma, couldn’t wait to swim with the ...

Crawfish past and present

From Alvarado Creek to Sierra Nevadas

Alvarado Creek runs through La Mesa along the south side of Interstate 8 from the Mount Helix watershed to where it converges with the San Diego River a few hundred yards east of the mission. ...