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Bibigo Kitchen brings Korean eats to the mall

Hot stone bulgogi bibimbap is far better than the food court

There’s an aisle on the ground level of the B parking lot on the south side of Fashion Valley mall, where two arrows painted on the asphalt point away from the exit. Problem is, you ...

Outrigger canoe paddling, flag football in University City, basketball for non-basketballers

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Harassment claims inspire bold new work for upcoming opera season

Art Imitates Life Imitates Art...

“We were scrambling for a little while there,” says James “Silk Purse” Sowsear, Creative Director and House Composer at San Diego Opera. “There we were, thinking we’d scored a major coup: signing Placido Domingo himself ...

Dazzling stereoscopic table-top animation from Max and Dave Fleischer

“Mommy. Is ‘dancing on the moon’ another way of saying ‘making babies?’”

Welcome to the transmogrifying squash-and-stretch universe of studio animators Max and Dave Fleischer. Much of the humor flies in the face of political correctness, it’s my honor to announce. For links to the shorts, visit ...

How’s the San Diego beer industry doing? It depends who you ask

Stinging small brewery losses undercut reports of economic impact

Last week, the San Diego Brewers Guild revealed that 2018 saw local beer production increase to 1.1 million barrels. The economic numbers likewise continued to rise, with craft beer alone accounting for $848 million in ...

Local Irish pubs rush to commemorate UFC fighter’s barroom assault

Punch Drunk

A video posed on the Internet makes the case that on August 15, former UFC champion Conor McGregor sought to buy everyone at the bar in Dublin’s The Marble Arch a round of his Proper ...

Family of Rebecca Zahau questions use of San Diego special investigators in examination of Jeffrey Epstein suicide

Hanging in Doubt

On July 13 of 2011, Rebecca Zahau was found dead outside the Coronado home of her boyfriend. She had apparently been hung from a second-story balcony. Her wrists and ankles were bound, and she had ...

Hugo Grotius: man ruled by a lasting cooperative peace

He argued that natural law was the only firm basis by which any nation could rule

Hugo Grotius Among all good men one principle at any rate is established beyond controversy, that if the authorities issue any order that is contrary to the law of nature or to the commandments of ...

nkoda – egalitarian sheet music

Reader writer tested Aida for singing in this fall's opera

While I generally embrace digital technology, I don’t consider myself to be an app guy. I don’t follow the top app charts in the App Store or play any games on my phone or iPad. ...