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  1. Photos of stingrays and eating 'emRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 16, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    On the morning of August 7, Ravean Aaron took a photo of a pod of dolphins swim through "hundreds of" stingrays from the sky above Black's Beach. "I recently received my pilot's license and have been flying twice a day ever since," he said.

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  2. Stingrays, of course, but scooter accidents, tooRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 14, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    1 swimmer clears to the beach and lifeguards assist 2 surfers in. 05:59 Boating: VHF channel 16 call of a 36 ft.

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  3. What was that smell near Scripps?Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 7, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    On Wednesday August 1, I caught a whiff of rotten eggs. Facilities workers at Scripps and Birch Aquarium checked gas lines to verify that it wasn't methane.

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  4. Welcome yellowfin, skipjack, dorado, and wahooRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 6, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Dock Totals July 29 - Aug 4: 6,072 anglers aboard 232 trips out of San Diego landings this past week caught 192 bluefin tuna, 1,235 yellowfin tuna, 544 skipjack tuna, 1,306 dorado, 6,685 yellowtail, 9 white seabass , 267 bonito, 75 barracuda, 3,367 calico bass, 205 sand bass, 813 rockfish, 34 whitefish, 6 lingcod, 512 sculpin, 67 sheephead, 7 halibut, 25 sanddab, 1 cabezon, 1 leopard shark, 2 thresher shark, 6 bocaccio, 1 striped marlin, and 3 black seabass Saltwater: The highest-ever recorded water temperatures in southern California waters have brought with them the pelagic species that thrive in 75+ degree conditions; striped marlin, dorado, and skipjack and yellowfin tunas.

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  5. The city hall honesty testRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 31, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Eduardo Luna, first hired in 2007 and given a ten-year contract in April 2009, "looked so mild when he came in." When it comes to new San Diego city hires, filling the high-profile job of chief of police is always most contentious, with supporters and detractors emerging from the municipal woodwork to expound their opinions of the mayor's high-stakes choice to maintain public safety.

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  6. The neighborhood is named for Phillip Barber, a wealthy New York heirRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 18, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    This week we look at "a unique opportunity to own a collection of three meticulously restored, award-winning historic homes" in La Jolla's Barber Tract, adjacent to Windansea Beach. Home to some of La Jolla's oldest structures, the neighborhood is named for Phillip Barber, a wealthy New York heir who bought up a swath of land along the coast and sold off French Normandy and English Tudor-styled homes to aspirational San Diegans on newly subdivided lots.

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  7. I haven't been yelled at too muchRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 16, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Matt Nolan has been surfing for three years. His main beaches are Tourmaline and La Jolla Shores, places that are good for beginner surfers.

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  8. Mayor Faulconer's short-term rental idea - pro and conRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 13, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    At the July 16 city council meeting , the usual sea of green and red t-shirts will be joined by blue representing Ocean Beach. The Ocean Beach town council has chartered a bus so Ocean Beach residents can be heard on Monday when the city council is scheduled to vote on the mayor's short-term vacation rental proposal.

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  9. San Diego fishing July 1-7Read the original story

    Jul 9, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Dock Totals July 1 - July 7: 5,236 anglers aboard 171 boats out of San Diego landings this past week caught 307 bluefin tuna, 221 yellowfin tuna, 1 dorado, 4,681 yellowtail, 28 white seabass , 2,645 calico bass, 607 sand bass, 669 rockfish, 74 whitefish, 1 lingcod, 858 bonito, 408 barracuda, 12 sculpin, 24 sheephead, 6 halibut, 1 thresher shark, 1 leopard shark , 5 treefish, 1 opaleye, and 4 black seabass Saltwater: Fish in the relative cool of the Pacific Ocean didn't seem to miss a beat from the week before.

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  10. 15-year-old burglary suspect on Jamaica Court nearly drownsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Lifeguard issues warnings. 12:12 Medical: Lifeguards respond to a 14 year-old male hit in the face by a surfboard at Tourmaline Beach.

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  11. Angry PB residents don't like mayor's planRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 29, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    A meeting turned testy Wednesday night as leaders of three different groups vied for the support of the Pacific Beach Planning Group on their concerns with and opposition to the new plan for short term vacation rentals proposed by the mayor June 14. Tom Coats, who has lived next door to a house for years that he calls a mini-hotel, brought a chart of the mayor's plan and the changes he'd like to see and reviewed it with the planning group - to the dismay of Brian Curry and Scott Chipman, who came from other groups. Coats founded the group Save Our Neighborhoods but resigned after it became apparent its members believe they can slam the door on vacation rentals.

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  12. Fashion Plate: When Women Wore HatsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 27, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Until she graduated in 1935, Evelyn wore the prescribed uniform to Hoover High: middy tops and dark skirts in the winter, pastel dresses in the summer. In 1930, the San Diego Yellow Pages were as yellow as an egg yolk, the White Pages listed the occupation of every customer, and the modern woodmen of America met every Wednesday at Germania Hall.

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  13. Sun 5/13: Mother's Day Brunch BuffetRead the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    The Shores Restaurant, has announced its exciting new Mother's Day Brunch menu designed by Executive Chef Bernard Guillas and Chef de Cuisine Percy Oani. Located along the sands of La Jolla Shores with views that extend from La Jolla Cove to the Scripps Pier, the restaurant specializes in local, seasonal ingredients and offers families an ideal location to celebrate special occasions and treat Mom to an unforgettable meal on her special day.

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  14. Seal molesters slip awayRead the original story w/Photo

    May 8, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    11:22 Boating: Person calls Lifeguards reporting two PWCs speeding in the Ski Beach area. Lifeguard vessel stops multiple PWCs in the area, educating and warning.

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  15. Wed 5/9: San Diego Surf Film FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    May 8, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    With the return of the 7th Annual San Diego Surf Film Festival one can only ask themselves what new could possibly be done by a hometown festival which brings together some of the most renown names in surf filmmaking let alone the surf world year after year. The San Diego Surfing Film Festival 2018 runs May 9-12 at over a dozen locations around San Diego with it's hub being the Misfit Gallery in La Jolla.

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  16. Tue 5/8: Peggy Hinaekian: Of Julia and MenRead the original story w/Photo

    May 7, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Peggy Hinaekian, 80 year old La Jolla Resident has written an erotic novel which has had rave professional reviews. She will read passages and sign her book at the University Commons Branch Library.

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  17. New research out of Salk Institute finds genetic, gender-based source ...Read the original story w/Photo

    May 4, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    The Salk Clubhouse, er, Institute says that claims of bias are just expressions of "sad jealousy" in the face of "the super-genius awesomeness of boys." NO, NOT REALLY - The Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla confirmed what everybody already knows today when it revealed that boys are genetically superior to girls.

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  18. Voters still have to approve $250 million projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 25, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Taxpayer-funded San Diego State University, locked in battle with privately-run SoccerCity over who will get to develop the choice city-owned parcel once known as Qualcomm Stadium, has rolled out a glossy mail piece touting its plans for the property called 360: The Magazine of San Diego State University . Says the publication, "There's a gratifying sense of coming full circle in San Diego State University's plans to build a multi-use sports stadium in Mission Valley."

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  19. Back to Doug Manchester's future?Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 24, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Is the ailing San Diego Union-Tribune fated to return to something akin to its days under the lash of La Jolla-based mega-millionaire and Donald Trump donor and ambassadorial nominee Douglas Manchester ? Nearly three months ago, tronc, the oddly-named Chicago-based newspaper chain announced a dea l to unload the Los Angeles Times and Union-Tribune for $500 million, plus $90 million in U-T pension debt, to L.A. physician Patrick Soon-Shiong. But despite April 16's assurances by the billionaire of good times ahead for employees of the Times and U-T , the takeover remains an un-done deal, leaving Wall Streeters speculating that Soon-Shiong has been demanding a lower price for the distressed duo.

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  20. Sun 4/22: La Jolla Half Marathon & 5KRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 22, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    The La Jolla Half Marathon is one of America's most picturesque and beautiful point-to-point races. Starting at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, the course follows a scenic coastal route before reaching the challenging climb to the summit of Torrey Pines State Park.

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