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Spreckels and the train over Carrizo Gorge, Ike and S.D. Country Club

140-Mile Mistake Ritz calls the Chinese the railroad’s “unsung heroes,” but new evidence suggests that labor problems were perhaps the major reason why the railroad took so long to be built. The route of the ...

January 17, 2022
Cathedral City, an artsy desert town you shouldn’t ignore

This is not another getaway to Palm Springs article. The Coachella Valley actually consists of nine cities, and Palm Springs is the best-known one. Indian Wells is where the very rich have second homes, including ...

Sapience, Augustana

Sunday | 23 Sapience Elsa is a primatologist with a secret that’s easier to bear when she’s at work with Wookie, the orangutan she’s training to speak. Her worlds collide when her nephew AJ, a ...

January 16, 2022
Santa Ysabel dairy land ebbs away, Jamul casino dreams

Moo Twilight Feed he buys directly from farmers in the Imperial Valley. Because he trucks it himself, it costs around $80 per ton for sudan grass, $100 for alfalfa. But with a herd of 200 ...

January 16, 2022
John Fogerty, Local Author Talk: T. Jefferson Parker, Tijuana Street Food Tour

Friday | 21 John Fogerty Creedence Clearwater Revival co-founder John Fogerty is the songwriter behind that group’s hits like “Proud Mary,” “Bad Moon Rising,” “Fortunate Son,” “Down on the Corner,” and “Who’ll Stop the Rain.” ...

January 15, 2022
Luman Gaskill and the bloody gunfight at Campo, Americans invade Baja

Captain Billy Hunts a Human Martinez escaped in the brush. But his wounds— three buckshot near his right lung, two lower down — and the December cold forced him to the Gaskills’ house at 4:00 ...

January 15, 2022
The French Oven, hidden among family homes

Wander the tightly packed, urban neighborhoods of Paris, and you may expect to find a boulangerie on nearly every city block. Drive the sprawling blocks of Scripps Ranch, on the other hand, and it’s a ...

Amtrak is flying blind on crumbling Del Mar bluffs, auditor finds

As the failing bluffs at Del Mar play havoc with passenger and freight rail service, officials of taxpayer-subsidized Amtrak, otherwise known as the National Railroad Passenger Corporation, have been chronic no-shows at discussions to fix ...

January 14, 2022
Black Lives Matter issues statement praising effects of omicron variant

BLM Spokeswoman Rachel Justice: “It’s true that covid-19 has, in the past, exhibited racist behavior, hitting black and brown populations much harder than whites. But we have always believed that change is possible for those ...

Local living historians mark anniversary of 1/6

A man calling himself the QAnon Shameless frolics in the fountain outside the County Administration Building in commemoration of the January 6 riot at the Capitol. Said Shameless: “Vice President Harris compared 1/6 to 9/11 ...

Prebys donation aims to restore California pioneer “to his proper place.”

Last week, the Contrad Prebys Foundation announced that it was donating $330,000 to aid in the restoration of the Junipero Serra Museum, home to the collection of the San Diego History Center. Given the controversy ...

Covid's game of chicken in classical music

“Due to the recent surge of Covid-19 cases in San Diego County and after consulting with local health experts, the San Diego Symphony has made the difficult decision to cancel this concert.” Thus reads the ...

January 14, 2022
At five, Burgeon is burgeoning

The desire to explore the new flavors brought about through unique brewing and aging processes is a big part of what draws die-hard beer geeks to breweries. Burgeon Beer Company played to this exploratory urge ...

January 13, 2022
Charles Hughes: Child’s Play

Child’s Play “Back in the day, . . . almost every boy would come to school . . . with . . . marbles (small colorful glass orbs about three-quarters of an inch in diameter).” ...

January 13, 2022
Curryosity serves South Asia in South Park

Hot curry on a cold night? I think so. Besides, this place, as the day fades and the lights start winking on, just calls my name. “Come in! Get warm! Taste the chutney, the curry, ...

January 13, 2022

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