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State auditor attacks SDSU for dearth of student parking

San Diego city water staffers dinged

Qualcomm time bomb As the clock continues to tick on super-secret talks between San Diego mayor Kevin Faulconer and the California University System over turning over the city-owned stadium formerly known as Qualcomm to San ...

Red Sox-Padres tickets, disco ball, coffee cart business for sale

San Diego Reader Classified ads, July 3, 2019

Call in your FREE classified ad (619) 450-4293 voice mail. Or text it to us (619) 272-2772. Or visit sandiegoreaderstore.com and fill in classified ad form. (Businesses can use this too for $5 classified ads) ...

Summer showers with Shakespeare’s As You Like It at the Old Globe

What happens during one of these outdoor Shakespeare productions when it rains?

The Old Globe Theatre should probably be called the Old Globe Theatres. Three different venues make up the complex, two of them indoor. It’s the outdoor stage, the Lowell Davies Festival Theatre, that hosts the ...

City Heights renters fearful of lawyers, media

Slide show at Fairmount and University

If your apartment’s plumbing won’t stop backing up, your landlord is abusive, or you’re stuck with a troublesome tenant in a modest rental unit you’ve managed to buy, you may already know Ted Janowsky or ...

4th of July in the 1800s, Avocado Pop-Up Museum, The Tale Of Despereaux, Lady Brain Fest

Events July 4-July 10, 2019

Thursday | 4 4th of July In The 1800s Recreate an Independence Day celebrated on the frontier. The day includes parades around the plaza, wagon rides, period clothing, brass bands, patriotic speeches, flag raising, square ...

UCSD heist costs USC $50 million

Battle of the So-Cal research titans capped by self-denigration

A high-profile 2015 raid by the University of Southern California on the University of California San Diego's home-grown but disgruntled Alzheimer's research unit will cost the Los Angeles school $50 million, according to the terms ...

American movies and the 4th of July

Superman II ruined comic book movies for me

The old man was never one for fireworks. It had something to do with his surviving the Invasion of Normandy. Friends and relatives would take me to see displays of fire-flowers (as my maternal grandpa ...

The ups and downs of Oceanside

Has beer fest jumped the shark?

Mistold taco tale In the article “Every taco tells a tale” (Taco Town, May 16, 2018), writer Chad Deal has El Borrego Restaurant listed as Deleted (no longer in business) caption next to it. As ...

No point of market saturation for housing or craft beer bars

As a famous economist once said,”If you book them, they will come.”

Dear Hipster: I’m no economist, but I think I have learned a thing or two about markets merely by watching the world around me. For instance, I was not surprised to hear housing prices have ...

Martha’s Grove Loop: in memory of park ranger Martha Harville

Enjoy great views in diverse landscapes and habitats

Martha’s Grove Trail is designated for one-way hiking only, so once you leave the parking lot, you are almost immediately climbing up a well-maintained trail. You get an expansive view of the Goodan Ranch in ...

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