Content for Monday, September 17, 2018

News & Stories

Back to the brewpub life

A good hard day of making beer beats your desk job

Fifteen years ago, recent college grad Ignacio Cervantes moved to San Diego for what was supposed to be a six-month adventure living rent-free near the beach at a friend’s place around Del Mar. He didn’t ...

This is not my beautiful pasta

A new restaurant, an old favorite, and overcoming expectations

When I heard late last year that local hospitality group Whisknladle had sold its Prep Kitchen brand to a Las Vegas hospitality group, my gut response was, “What will happen to the Bolognese?” That would ...

Farewell to a professional love

Don Bauder retires

In 1960, I entered the journalism profession with a Master’s degree and an addiction to work in a field I already knew that I loved: writing and reporting. I had worked 40 hours a week ...

Sleepers – they look slow and drive fast

Michael Bream's junk car version of Tesla

Michael Bream’s original down to the oxidized paint 1965 VW twin cab pickup is what auto racers call a “sleeper.” Sleepers are cars that look slow and drive fast. Bream’s vintage VW qualifies by appearing ...

Suspected yacht thief shot and killed by owner

Sailboat scratches Midway

Sept 8 Harbor Police located a small catamaran sailboat that was adrift near Harbor Island after its mast broke. Harbor Police towed the vessel back to its nearby slip. Harbor Police located an adrift small ...

Fishing off the three Californias

From Bahia Tortugas to Channel Islands

Dock Totals Sept 9 – Sept 15: 5,549 anglers aboard 249 trips out of San Diego landings this past week caught 442 bluefin tuna, 7,681 yellowfin tuna, 8,170 skipjack tuna, 1 bigeye tuna, 804 dorado, ...