Content for Tuesday, November 19, 2019

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Showed up for coffee. Wound up eating tacos.

Dos Tierras taco cart pops up in surprising places

It was a Sunday morning, and following a sunny hour at the Grape Street dog park, I decided a cold brew coffee sounded refreshing (this happens a lot). Conveniently, Seven Seas Roasting Company has its ...

Faulconer staffer Greg Block flees through revolving door

Mayoral spinmeister jumps to help spouse Rachel Laing's firm

Add another name to the growing roster of ex-staffers for termed-out San Diego Republican mayor Kevin Faulconer ahead of next year's November election, widely expected to result in a top-to-bottom political house cleaning by whoever ...

Anger against North River Farms may lead to recall, referendum

Oceanside councilman Rodriguez catching most flak for demise of ag land

Platinum recording artist Jason Mraz has done well with his transition from singer/songwriter to Oceanside farmer. His Mraz Family Farms gained international publicity for growing and marketing homegrown avocados and coffee beans. City councilman Christopher ...

Unhappy hero at Church's shooting in Otay Mesa

"People in the drive-through pulled out cell phones out and started recording"

Over 200 people attended the "peace gathering" at the Church’s Chicken parking lot in Otay Mesa on November 16. The gathering was in honor of the restaurant’s three employees — Mario Rojas, Humberto Ruiz and ...

A Coronado dog park, on paper

City council tables alternatives to Dog Beach

Where is a good location for a dog park in Coronado? After years of discussion between city officials and the public, of workshops, a survey, 1,285 written comments and 230 markers placed on a map ...

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