Content for Wednesday, September 5, 2018
News & Stories
Church and city adamant the tree is theirs
On August 15, Bay Park resident Laura Schumacher saw her husband's favorite ficus tree being cut down (above Mission Bay Park on Clairemont Drive between Denver and Galveston). The workers told her they were there ...
The views of the surrounding hills and of San Pasqual Agricultural Preserve are outstanding
Follow part of the early stagecoach line between Poway and Escondido
A good laugh, a good cry, or a pleasant waste of a couple hours
When theater goes bad
Putatively progressive prelate McElroy goes old school; exhumes body of whistleblower Richard Sipe and has it burned
Bishop Bob’s Backyard Bonfire
A full-body hit of the gorgeous agressions of late 19th and early 20th-century art.
A certain kind of God
Trump chumps Hunter after embattled Congressman attempts comparison between them
The Art of the Steal
“When he comes back, will I be ready?”
Self-absorbed black hole of a tyrant
Events September 6-September 12, 2018
Fun Home, 50 Short Hikes, Greek Festival, Kidpreneur Expo, Murder By Death
“Artwork will be done by a local artist after listening to the album"
Sign of emerging Barrio Logan
If you’re looking for parking along Logan Avenue in Barrio Logan’s hip arts-and-eats district south of Chicano Park, there’s a good chance you’ll give up and park a block east or west. I wound up ...
The future needn’t always come at the expense of the past
Univision/Netflix series to appear late fall
How embarrassing! I just looked out my balcony, all hungover and disheveled, to find un chingo de gente afuera,” (an f--- of a lot of people outside), comments Lalo, my neighbor from the building in ...