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Lizabeth Yandel's long road to San Diego

She plays, sings, and writes poetry and prose

Lizabeth Yandel had a long road to San Diego: Chicago, where the singer/songwriter grew up singing with church choirs and “my gigantic Mexican-Irish family”; New Orleans, where she sang on the street, and where a ...

Lincoln Club's public integrity league returns

Developers ready last-minute stink bombs

It's fall again, time for some pre-election political shenanigans from the GOP Lincoln Club. The developer-backed group, famous for its direct mail hits on local Democratic hopefuls, has returned for a round of opponent bashing, ...

Trestles pulled down. No, not those Trestles.

Better tidal low for San Elijo Lagoon

A longtime beach fixture in Cardiff by the Sea is coming down after 80 years of use. The old wooden train trestle bridge over the San Elijo Lagoon, behind Restaurant Row, started to be dismantled ...

A little sanctuary surrounded by buffalo wings and Guinness beer

These people were telling stories of hurt, vulnerability, divorce, drug addiction

A little sanctuary surrounded by buffalo wings and Guinness beer

It's a deep fried world

Everything is crispy at this Lemon Grove fish and chips spot

They say the sun doesn’t set on the British empire, but what I think they really mean is there’s never a time of day that a British-styled pub isn’t open somewhere on the planet, serving ...

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