Content for Wednesday, February 12, 2020

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Lauren Yee returns to her one basic story

A slight stumble

Rob Lufty’s “From the Director” letter in the program for Lauren Yee’s The Great Leap notes that “Lauren often talks about how every playwright has one basic story that they are trying to perfect with ...

Ankle replaced? I’m looking at having my ankle replaced. Anyone had this done?

San Diego Reader Classified ads, February 12, 2020

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Fear not, last-minute Lotharios

“On the day, it starts getting busy from 7 am and goes straight through to 7 pm”

At least one flower stand will be open early St. Valentine’s Day: The Flower Lady on Isabella and Orange in downtown Coronado. Shanel Albert and her partner and husband, Steve, will be up and making ...

Yes on C and gun owners use Facebook for campaigning

Sara Jacobs exceeds $500K

Facing Facebook While tourist industry advocates of San Diego’s Measure C, the proposition to hike hotel taxes for expansion of the convention center and homeless relief, inch towards a multi-million-dollar funding goal, Michael McConnell is ...

How Coronado Yacht Club fends off the public

Aging clubhouse small price to pay for exclusivity

The Coronado Yacht Club is nestled in a cove on the northwestern end of Glorietta Bay, where where it is flanked by neighbors such as Bluewater Boathouse Seafood Grill and the Coronado Municipal Golf Course. ...

Attorney Bob Ottilie: Mark Larson not fired

Homeless man: I'm less than a farm animal

Mark Larson not fired This office represents Mark Larson and Mark Larson Media Services, Inc. On January 28, 2020, you ran a story in the Online Edition of the San Diego Reader in which Mr. ...

Climate change candidate John Brooks frozen out

“Voting itself should be mandatory, just like going to the DMV to qualify for your license”

It has been hard going for John Brooks, the environmentalist candidate for San Diego’s Congressional District 53 since we talked with him last October 19th. As the elections have been getting closer, he has become ...

Protesting the injustice of no White Claw on tap

Fool me twice, shame on you again!

Dear Hipster: Here is a puzzler for you. I always hear about hipsters being super socially conscious of all the world’s ills, and letting this concern guide their decision-making towards (mostly commercial) activities like drinking ...

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