The front bar at Modern Times.
Somewhere under all that mozzarella and marinara, there are three smoked pork meatballs
Because it looks good and tastes awesome
Gang’s Singapore Sling
My koffai yen, iced milky coffee
Campo Santo, Antonio Garra’s grave, with D’O Thai Cottage in background
Jok is rice porridge with ground chicken or pork added in, plus ginger, green onion, ...
A forest of communication towers are on top of Mt. Woodson.
Hikers take a break at Potato Chip Rock.
Rich and Winnie’s one-time tchotchke shop is now a movie-lover’s paradise.
Brother/sister team Guy and Pam continue to keep Kensington Video all in the family.
Lifeguard Luke Woodworth
Towers 36 & 36 B at Carlsbad State Beach
Guy Hanford amidst the stacks.
“How about Steel Wagon?”
Dan Watman and the unplugged microphone
Poet Nasheili Gonzalez (second from left), who was kicked out, listened with other attendees to ...
Kites slipping through border fence
Dan Watman, with unplugged microphone and Border Patrol watching closely from behind.
Todd Gloria working the crowd after the parklet's ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Parklet pictured prior to the dedication
“There’s a quarter in your ear…no, wait, that’s a government tracking device.”
Emily Gray was hired to restart the music program at Crawford High School.
Trustee Pearl Quiñones was part of a "very bizarre meeting" with Jesus Gandara regarding how ...
Gary Cabello and Jesus Gandara, former superintendent of Sweetwater Union High School, pose with football ...
A company exposed for shady dealings in Chicago is lobbying for work in San Diego.
America’s bad acting poster boys: Bob Filner and Anthony Weiner
Bond underwriter Gary Cabello’s sad face might be due to being indicted by the grand ...
Michael Benge plays trombone with the B-Side Players and is also the associate music director ...
Bonnie Wright, creator of the Fresh Sounds series, says back off to cover bands. She ...
Skidmore’s Sleeping Bear comes with a coloring book and cookies.
Davis knew Freedom “had the potential to become really big.”
In keeping with “the whole pirate-radio aspect,” 91X used this Tijuana-based broadcast station
91X crew of 1987: Oz Medina, Susan DeVincent, Billy Bones, and Wreckless Erik
Ian Anderson 3 p.m., Dec. 12
Garrett Harris 2 p.m., Dec. 12
Ed Bedford 1 p.m., Dec. 12
Scott Marks noon, Dec. 12
Jay Allen Sanford 11 a.m., Dec. 12
Robert Bush 10 a.m., Dec. 12
Dryw Keltz 9 a.m., Dec. 12
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