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Fruits, nuts, and flowers instead of Glocks, gin, and blunts

Pacific Beach Alehouse's Daisy Me Rollin'

Pacific Beach Alehouse is brewing up more than beer on its menu these days, says Pacific Beach bartender Sierra Berryessa. The surfside suds factory still spins its palate wheel of beers and ales, Berryessa says, ...

Two poems by Jax NTP

"a fish rots from the head down" and "dear patron saint of unsung effigy,"

a fish rots from the head down i. grandma said white men love poverty porn that sepia distance from hard work and low to no pay strokes their appeal to tradition egos fat wallets and ...

Faulconer's State of the City: "You don't have to be crazy to live here...but it helps!"

Mayor Faulconer’s colossal cranium delivers address from within enormous sinkhole

“It seemed like the right thing to do,” said Mayor Faulconer about the decision to give his annual State of the City address from within the sinkhole, which opened last week on the 805’s Kearny ...

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Manufacturers of super-effective painkiller release new ad in response to public outcry over opioid death epidemic

“To be alive is to suffer,” says Jeff Benum, Chief Anesthetizing Officer for NarcoCorp, makers of Actiq, one of the fentanyl brands that has come under fire following a year that saw a 155% increase ...

Horned zoo filler strikes again at San Diego Safari Park

First a baby giraffe, then a baby elephant — which more beloved species will be next?

On December 29, a roughly six-month old baby giraffe named Kumi was discovered on the grounds of the San Diego Zoo Safari Park with a gore wound to his stomach. When the wound proved inoperable, ...

The ancients ruled the world by doing nothing

The Zhuangzi on the Dao

"Notwithstanding the greatness of heaven and earth, their transforming power proceeds from one lathe; notwithstanding the number of the myriad things, the government of them is one and the same; notwithstanding the multitude of mankind, ...

Vista child grabber gets four years prison

Admitted kidnap of girl outside library and punching her sister

A 60-year-old homeless man admitted trying to kidnap one small child and then beating up her teenaged sister who had intervened. In a plea deal, Alan Ray Sasseen will get four years in California State ...

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