Ian Anderson 1:56 p.m., Jan. 27
Articles by Glenn Wallace
Santa Ysabel Indians, life of a cabbie, UCSD Med School, Dogpatch U.S.A., Battle of San Pasqual,, Timken Gallery's Putnam Sisters
The spirit of Steve Ponchetti It has forever been the custom of the Diegueño Indians to bury their dead twice: once at death, and then once again a year later. And so it was that ...
Ray and I tried TGI Friday’s,Lehr’s, Diego’s in Pacific Beach, Monterey Whaling Company, or Andy’s Saloon
But he was mostly interested in Westpac widows
When people ask about my friend Ray, I tell them he is crazy. I tell them that with a bit of discomfort, even guilt. Ray is not really crazy, not in a certifiable sense. Psychiatrists ...
Kensington, Clairemont, College Heights, Talmadge? Not Hillcrest or North Park.
Tom was looking for the soul of the city, though not in the same way as I. He chose to live in North Park because he believed that the transience of that neighborhood epitomized the transience of San Diego.
Pearl Harbor, Subic Bay, Japan, Korea
In the fall of 1982 I answered an ad for teachers that appeared in the San Diego Union classifieds. The job involved going to sea on deployed U.S. Navy ships and instructing in reading, basic ...
Bud Muehleisen of El Cajon, Charlie Brumfield of San Carlos plus Bud Held and Bud Leach
When companies like Ektelon and Leach looked at just who was coming to tournaments, they found that the audience consisted mostly of players, their friends, and families — a limited market.
The fierce, brief fight that left the American Army a shambles
A small chapter in American history was written in San Diego nearly 140 years ago. It involved General Stephen Kearny, Kit Carson, and a series of strategic blunders.