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San Diego Reader Classified ads, October 16, 2019

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Jean Starr Untermeyer: poetry outlived her marriage

She focused on nature and domestic life as her subject matter and self-discipline and loss as her themes

Forget-Me-Nots For Amy Lowell We walked through garden closes Languidly, with dragging Sunday feet, And passed down a long pleached alley, And could remember, as one remembers in a fairy tale, Ladies in brocade, and ...

Special SDQT feature: FutureNews from 2050!

How the elite beat the retreat

Biotech executive Jackson Powell enjoys a low-tide visit to the rooftop deck of his Del Mar home. “The people who talked about managed retreat back in 2019 forgot the fundamental rule of life: every problem ...

On the War(ren)path

During visit to San Diego, Presidential candidate lays out ambitious plan for monopoly-busting

On October 3, Democratic Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren visited downtown San Diego to hold an outdoor Town Hall, “not unlike the powwows held by the Kumeyaay and other tribes that once called this land home, ...

Gutenberg Bible marked the advent of the printing press in Europe

It served as dynamo for the ideas that fueled the Renaissance, the Reformation, and the Enlightenment

Johannes Gutenberg God suffers in the multitude of souls whom His word can not reach. Religious truth is imprisoned in a small number of manuscript books, which confine instead of spread the public treasure. Let ...

Eppig Brewing grows up, moves to North County

The popular North Park brewer got its own place in Vista

Three years almost to the day after brewing its first beer in North Park, Eppig Brewing officially became a North County brewery this month, producing the first batch at its new brewhouse and headquarters in ...

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