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- “I don’t take my kids to the park anymore on Sundays,” says Luís, a young Tijuana father of three — eight- and six-year-old sons, and a five-year-old daughter. “Too many shootouts. We stay home, play Game Boy, watch TV, or rent videos.”
- By James Iverson, April 1, 2009
“Living in Tijuana is easy. It’s surviving that’s hard.”
- “Wow! This is huge!” said Reed. Thousands of five- to seven-foot-tall marijuana plants, with bud tips as fat around as Louisville Sluggers, blended in with the native mountain lilacs.
- By Chuck Harper, Feb. 8, 2012
Another rope held strips of freshly killed deer meat.
- Clyde Romney, who served almost five years as bishop of the church’s Palomar Ward, Escondido South Stake, often bragged that his drive and organization of the county’s Saints had made the difference for Congressman Packard.
- By Matt Potter, Oct. 24, 2012
Matt Romney, Mitt’s son, who currently lives in Rancho Bernardo, takes public credit for calling his part of the Romney clan to San Diego County.
- Dear reader, union men and women slaved in the Arctic outback just to keep your ungrateful ass alive, and did it for a lousy $1800-a-week in 1980s dollars.
- By Patrick Daugherty, Nov. 9, 2011
Daugherty at Barter Island, Alaska, 1983. It was the place to be in summer.
- I’m sitting on a leather couch in the middle of a darkened black-walled, black-ceilinged room talking to a man who, at taxpayer expense, takes hormones to become more like a woman yet is in the middle of an experimental performance in which he seeks to become a dragon.
- By Ernie Grimm, March 25, 2009
Cárdenas isn’t sure what form of body hacking he may perform on himself or what the end of his transsexuality will be. “I’m still a work in progress.”
The drawings were stick figures of men, rectangular grids, and most notably, a tall sailing ship, complete with a mast and furled sail.
- The drawings were stick figures of men, rectangular grids, and most notably, a tall sailing ship, complete with a mast and furled sail. It sounds stupid, but after waiting a lifetime to see a petroglyph I was unhappy to find a drawing of a sailing ship. Damn! Where were the woolly mammoths and saber-toothed tigers?
- By Robert Marcos, June 3, 2009