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Double bluff collapse at Pelican Point again

"Pretty gnarly down there"

Pelican Point Apartments in Ocean Beach (5107 Narragansett) suffered a bluff collapse in January 2017, and was sold in May, 2018 to Michael Mills for $6.75M. Less than a year later, there have been no ...

Emerald Isle Golf Course concerned with every little bird

Even your abandoned pet turtle

It’s been over half a century since comedian Jack Benny cut the ribbon signaling the opening of Emerald Isle Golf Course in southeast Oceanside. Since then the course has doubled its original hole count from ...

Ensenada begging children ready to run

Just wait till summer

"Their parents force them to beg for money and the children become very insistent,” Max said. “Our tourists will spend less money on the boardwalk, Calle Primera (1st Street) and at the entrance of the ...

Tues., Jan. 15 – no San Diego boats left their slips

A week of tough fishing conditions

Dock Totals Jan 13 – Jan 19: 595 anglers aboard 32 half day to three day trips out of San Diego landings this past week caught 42 yellowtail, 15 bonito, 77 calico bass, 519 sand ...

Encinitas rolls back ban on dancing at Peabody's

“What is this? Footloose?"

The Old Testament quotes, and the 1960s band, the Byrds, sang of Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 – “To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven . . . A ...

Rosarito, Ensenada get 14-foot waves

"But weren’t the beaches closed?"

On January 10, Alfredo Haro saw the local news: “14 foot” waves crashing against rocks protecting loading docks at Port of Ensenada. Instead of staying warm in confines of his Playa Hermosa Surf & Skate ...

The most terrifying thing is the stingray

I’m going to keep surfing until I can’t

Name: Doc Waske Age: 74 From: La Mesa Location: Tourmaline Surf Park On a sunny day in Pacific Beach, Don Waske was heading to the showers after a morning surf session. Waske started surfing San ...

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