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Snow goose decoys, $80 in San Marcos

San Diego Reader Classified ads, January 15, 2020

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The torta at the end of the tunnel

Crossing the border to fly has its benefits

For most of my adult life, the intentional misspelling Xpress has been applied to services including oil changes and dry-cleaning — it certainly hasn’t been a word I associate with crossing international borders. But Cross ...

G.S. Fraser: Surrealist successor for New Apocalyptics poetry group

He wrote The White Horseman, and soon after rose to prominence in London’s literary scene

Home Town Elegy (For Aberdeen in Spring) Glitter of mica at the windy corners, Tar in the nostrils, under blue lamps budding Like bubbles of glass the blue buds of a tree, Night-shining shopfronts, or ...

Emmanuel Ax’s hands were 100 percent water

San Diego Symphony shines with Beethoven Piano Concerto

The San Diego Symphony has been holding a January festival for the past several years. This year, the topic is Beethoven at 250. The festival started with performances of Beethoven’s Leonora Overture No. 3, Piano ...

The value of Colossians scripture

“Singing to God with gratitude in your hearts….”

Mar Vista Baptist Church Contact: 888 5th St, Imperial Beach 619-424-7877 Membership: 30 Pastor: Daniel Mullen Age: 62 Born: Glendale Formation: Southern California Seminary, El Cajon Years Ordained: 9 San Diego Reader: What’s your ...

How Mother Earth quietly became one of our most successful breweries

Brewing in Idaho even made its Vista beer better

Fun fact: Idaho’s largest brewery is headquartered in Vista, California. That’s because, in 2016, Mother Earth Brew Co. expanded beer production to Nampa, Idaho, a small city about 15 miles outside Boise. San Diego beer ...

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