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  1. Pictographs at Rancho Bernardo, controlled burns, and revolutionist Antonio GarraRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | San Diego Reader

    J. Downey Harvey could now legally remove the Indians. There were five settlements: Agua Caliente, Puerta de la Cruz, San JosA , Puerta Ignoria, and Mataguay; about 215 Indians lived in them, the largest number at the hot springs.


  2. Steal beer and dieRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 29 | San Diego Reader

    The bloodstains have long since faded, courtesy of Scram, sun, and time. More than a decade ago, in the parking lot of a Vons in Santee, Christopher St. Louis, 18, lost his life in the pursuit of free beer, shot by off-duty El Cajon police officer Tenaya Webb.


  3. Gas prices jump but maybe not too highRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 27, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    San Diego area gas prices jumped 10 to 15 cents per gallon last week, with many stations pushing their cash price for regular gas over the $3.00 threshold. Surprisingly, the oil companies are not offering their usual lame explanations.


  4. San Diego's drug pastRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    "Most of the time when I was doing meth, we were always eating fast food, because you don't want to cook. Your kitchen's always a mess, you know; everything is in shambles.


  5. All about El Cajon's Lester BangsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 7, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    Lest anyone think that I have a few bones to pick myself, let me make clear that I wish neither to trash Lester's personal or literary reputation nor to gild his legend with hyperbole and shaggy-dog stories. I suppose Ed Ward, Greil Marcus, Richard Meltzer, Dave Marsh, John Mendelssohn, Jann Wenner, Robert Christgau, Lou Reed, Debbie Harry, or any number of other people who have known Lester over the years have their own versions of his life story.


  6. Sun 5/15: Amgen Tour of CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    May 15, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    The annual professional bike race's first stage, a 106 mile route beginning and ending at Mission Bay and traveling through Old Town, Balboa Park, Downtown San Diego, National City, Imperial Beach, Chula Vista, El Cajon, and Mission Valley. From May 15-22 the Amgen Tour of California showcases nearly 800 miles of scenic California roadways, coastlines, and iconic settings.


  7. Time-out for pot shops, say county supervisorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 28, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    After hours of public testimony and discussion, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted on Wednesday to freeze the status of several proposed or approved medical marijuana dispensaries, potentially for as long as another year. Last month, supervisors implemented a 45-day emergency moratorium on the approval or opening of any new dispensaries within the county's unincorporated regions.


  8. Life's Too Short To Be SmallRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 16, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    "I was caught up in the first DUI sweep in San Diego. I had my picture on the front page of the Union-Tribune.


  9. It was all going well until that last piece of "fish"Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    I've eaten sushi in Montana. So, intellectually, I understand that you don't need to be coastal to get fresh-enough fish.


  10. Learn about birds and plants on this educational hike.Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    There is something for every nature lover and even those who only want to get a bit of exercise at Silverwood Wildlife Sanctuary. With a network of nearly 5 miles of trails, there are both easy walking paths through shady oak woodlands and more extensive paths through the chaparral where there are many wildflowers that bloom in late winter and spring.


  11. Justice sought for Robert BranchRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 12, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    A small contingent of protesters assembled downtown on Thursday afternoon in anticipation of preliminary hearings for the criminal trial of Robert Branch, a security guard accused of assaulting a sheriff's deputy after an apparent road-rage incident that involved Deputy Paul Ward. Ward, allegedly referred to by colleagues as a "loose cannon" followed Branch in an unmarked car and placed him in a chokehold before eventually drawing a firearm.


  12. Tough to be a drunk in El CajonRead the original story

    Dec 11, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    El Cajon's efforts to combat public drunkenness include a "Do Not Sell Alcohol List." The lists - with names and photos of what authorities refer to as "serial inebriates" or "habitual drunkards" - have been created by the police and distributed to liquor-store owners for a couple years.


  13. City slickness for East CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 16, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    Last week, the City of El Cajon closed on the sale of land at the northeast corner of Magnolia and Rea avenues that will one day be occupied by a hotel. The Marriott will be the first four-star hotel in East County.


  14. The house that Sanford built headed for El CajonRead the original story

    Oct 8, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    Jerome Navarra, co-founder and owner of Jerome's Furniture, kept his 2014 promise to move - rather than demolish - the formerly historic Sanford B. Myers Spec House on 16th and J Street on Wednesday, October 7. The house, on a flatbed hauler, trundled slowly through downtown, briefly blocking 16th Street and attracting onlookers - including a motorcycle cop who asked people to take a picture of him scratching his helmeted head. "I've been on the job 17 years - you rarely get a chance like this," the officer said, posing for the pictures.


  15. What it was like to sit next to Lester Bangs for six yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    Uhelszki started at Creem magazine the same day as Lester Bangs. She'll talk about those days at Grossmont on Tuesday, October 6. On October 6, rock critic Jaan Uhelszki appears at Grossmont College, spotlighting her friend and fellow critic Lester Bangs , who grew up in El Cajon and attended Grossmont.


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