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  1. Poor taste on Power Surge, wrong about margherita pizza and RBG hagiographyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 22 | San Diego Reader

    When Mr. Joe Deegan approached one of the parents about doing a write-up on this team it was with the understanding that it was going to be in good taste & positive manner. Not only was this article poorly written, there intent is not clear.

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  2. Jack Jocoy, Raquel Martinez, Denise Carabet, Fred Schnaubelt, Ray Huffman, Kile MorganRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 18, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    With that big break - caring for a Derby winner - Jocoy's career began to soar, other trainers reasoning that if Jocoy took care of Swaps, they should have Jocoy care for their horses too. By the early 1960s and throughout the 1970s, Jocoy had more business than he ever dreamed possible, and he was making money in incredible amounts, earning upward of $12,000 monthly, frequently working for a thousand dollars a day.

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  3. Beata Piehl wants buses closer than 3/4 mileRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 14, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Beata Piehl learned that mass transit won't come to her neighborhood when her disabled son began going to Miramar Community College. For him to catch a bus to his 8:00 am class, she had to drive him to the Scripps Ranch Library by 6:30 am.

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  4. Sat 8/11: San Diego's Waterfront: A Historical PresentationRead the original story

    Aug 11, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Step back in time with Jim Bregante's historical presentation of San Diego's Waterfront and Little Italy. Jim Bregante is a native San Diegan and Docent for the Maritime Museum of San Diego.

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  5. The irony of historic districtsRead the original story

    Aug 10, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Two planning groups that share Park Boulevard as a boundary formed a task force to look at the historic district on Park between Upas St. and Robinson street, one that the city's historic resources board reported on in June . "The process is already underway and this gives people a place to go with questions," Roy Dahl said.

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  6. Do Rancho Bernardo and Scripps Ranch enjoy better roads than El Cajon Blvd.?Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 10, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Although, in March, Mark Kersey ended his candidacy to become California's 38th District senator, he may be forgiven for still bragging about all the recent street resurfacing in his San Diego city council District 5. In his July 8 newsletter, at a time when other San Diegans are begging for road repairs, Kersey announced repaving projects on Rancho Bernardo Road, Paseo Lucido and, in the Pasqual Valley, Old Milky Way and San Pasqual Road, not to mention smaller jobs in Scripps Ranch, Carmel Mountain Ranch and Rancho Penasquitos.

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  7. Ocean Beach caught by surpriseRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 10, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Some drivers in Point Loma were thrown for a loop on Tuesday after being waved over for a smog checkpoint set up along Nimitz Boulevard. "Looks like they are testing two at a time.

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  8. Filner's name defaced on Ingraham St. bridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 10, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    On the morning of August 8, I opened an email that linked me to a photo of the Fisherman's Channel Bridge plaque. The photo depicted former mayor Bob Filner's name etched off of the metal plaque on the northwest side of the bridge.

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  9. Don't forget the giant chickenRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 8, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    This slightly upscale but still casual Italian restaurant is a hidden gem for East County foodies. Open and airy with a decor that is shabbily chic like an Italian farmhouse, there are plenty of dishes worthy of return visits, including the meatball lollipops, made from a combination of beef, pork, veal, garlic and tomato sauce.

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  10. Mission Beach jetty better for goofy footersRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 7, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    It was a windy day at the jetty when Bryce Victery pulled his board out of the water after a morning surf. Victery has been surfing the beaches of San Diego since he was 13. "Today is better for short boards, it's pretty choppy out there."

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  11. 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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  12. County specialists attack larvae in I.B.Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 6, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    "You just got one [mosquito] that landed on your chest," Sean Simmons said, "and there's some flying around you." On August 3 at 10 am, I was bitten by over a dozen mosquitos at the Tijuana Estuary in Imperial Beach.

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  13. PB church opens door to refugeesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 6, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Sarah Nichter at Sojourn Grace Collective in Pacific Beach: "A bed to sleep in, a kitchen stocked with food, a safe place for kids." A month into its launch, a network of temporary shelters for asylum seekers arriving at the world's busiest border station in San Ysidro is beginning to take shape.

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  14. Golf has to suffer six or more yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 1, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    It was golf's celebrated United States Open, played June of 2008, at Torrey Pines. The already weak national economy was about to go into a tailspin.

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  15. 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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  16. Unexpected hospitality experience in NolitaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 30, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Attempts to make food halls viable in San Diego have come and gone over the past five years, and when I heard about Nolita Hall opening recently at the north end of Little Italy, I figured we had another contender. When I realized it isn't a congregation of small food counters around a shared dining room, but a self-contained restaurant and beer hall, I thought, well, plenty of those have come and gone too.

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  17. Drink 'em while we've got 'emRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Every time the San Diego brewery count starts to creep toward the 160 mark, word breaks that another local brewery or two are closing. Sure enough, even as a handful of new beer companies have readied to join our "maturing craft beer market" this summer, a pair of small, family-owned businesses have made the decision to close shop.

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  18. Crooked city employees, Susan Davis beats Trump to HelsinkiRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Kept under wraps at city hall are punishments meted out to miscreant employees caught by complaints to the city auditor's hotline. "An allegation regarding a City employee parking at a restaurant for extensive time periods on a daily basis was investigated and found to be substantiated," says the July 5 quarterly hotline report without further detail.

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  19. Peace, after more than 20 years of horrible warfareRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    The one thing you notice about these taxi drivers is they're always talking. Laughing, shouting, arguing, confiding.

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  20. An eight-ball of bars for adultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    This isn't meant to be an comprehensive, exhaustive, or even representative sampling of the options available to the mature San Diegan who seeks a copacetic watering hole. In a city with hundreds of bars, taverns, lounges, faux speakeasies, and a smattering of saloons and a honky tonk or three - the task of reviewing watering holes is Sisyphean at best.

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