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  1. When Pigs Fly brings barbecue to an unlikely locationRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    When I moved to Vista in the 1980s, there was a barbecue place located in a run-down shack on S. Santa Fe Avenue which served great food, but the venue took some getting used to. Now there's a barbeque place that serves up ribs and coleslaw in a Chevron gas station on the other side of town.


  2. Vogue Theater for sale - not to be destroyedRead the original story

    Dec 6, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    After more than 60 years in business, the Vogue Theater in Chula Vista closed its doors in July 2006 - and people have been waiting for it to reopen ever since. The single-screen theater opened in 1945.


  3. Fri 12/4: LIFE at MiraCosta College LecturesRead the original story

    Dec 4, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    Hear how it has contributed to the region's burgeoning reputation as a Craft Beer Capital. 2:30pm: Pat Flanagan will discuss The Monarch Butterfly/Native Pollinator Conservation.


  4. Chula Vista fetes casino as FBI investigates itRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    Travel Interstate 5 through the South Bay and you will notice the flashy billboards beckoning you to Seven Mile Casino . Located on Bay Boulevard in Chula Vista, the casino is an extravagant piece of work replete with haute cuisine, an elegant bar, a glassed-in patio, a waterfall, and valet parking.


  5. Chula Vista schools' east side-west side divideRead the original story

    Nov 2, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    "I think there's a perception out there that literally the majority of students from the west are going east," Manuel Rubio, director of grants & communications for the Sweetwater Union High School District, explained in a recent interview. He was referring to the many community voices that claim middle and high schools west of the I-805 are experiencing declining enrollments because those students are transferring en masse to schools located in eastern Chula Vista.


  6. "The whole reason we limited it to one is so we can have some control."Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    Vista is about to get its third tattoo establishment - after a careful vetting process by a panel of city-council members, economic development folks, and the chamber of commerce. With downtown redevelopment underway, the city council decided to allow a third shop to open and set aside space for one in the downtown specific plan area.


  7. Yield vs. Stop sign debate in VistaRead the original story

    Oct 15, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    After years of watching cars speed through the intersection by her Vista home, Betty Haver got her traffic sign on Tuesday, October 13. After much discussion, the Vista City Council voted unanimously to place "Yield" signs on east and westbound traffic. The 97-year-old, who has lived in Vista since 1976, says the traffic on Warmlands and Calle Sinaloa streets has increased and drivers can't see each other.


  8. Audubon Society buys 3.5 acres once intended for developmentRead the original story

    Sep 29, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    The Buena Vista Audubon Society announced this week that they have reached their fundraising goal of $1.5 million to purchase a 3.5-acre parcel on the west side of Coast Highway, on the border of Oceanside and Carlsbad. The large sign next to the southbound lane advised that the plot could be a saved and how to contribute to the society's campaign.


  9. Vista's beer buzzRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    Kat Woronowicz Johnson, a professional photographer, lived in Bankers Hill for more than five years. She loved the vibrant neighborhood with its proximity to downtown, parks, and hip places to eat and sip coffee.


  10. The fight for freedom of street sleepRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 30, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    After dark, parking a home is a problem. It was clear in 2010, when advocates for the houseless opened the first overnight safe parking lot.


  11. Vista City Council delays vote that would spell out source requirementsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 26, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    Even though pet-store operator David Salinas's legal bills are mounting, cities are outlawing his puppy-supply pipeline, and animal-welfare activists continue to bite into him, he plans to continue selling puppies. "If you run a small business and you love what you do, then you just keep working," Salinas says.


  12. New La Mesa library? Eh.Read the original story

    Aug 14, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    Although the La Mesa branch library wasn't included in the study unanimously authorized by the La Mesa City Council on August 11, La Mesa Friends of the Library president John Schmitz implored the council to give the branch library some consideration in a project involving the civic center/old police station site. The council voted to allocate $116,900 for Keyser Marston Associates to prepare a feasibility study and master plan.


  13. Barrio Logan's craft beer scene is growingRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 3, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    North County craft brewer Iron Fist has established a presence in the downtown area. Its new Barrio Logan tasting room officially opened July 24, setting up shop in the Mercado Del Barrio development that seeks to revitalize the neighborhood.


  14. Two new breweries place alongside longtime favoritesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 30, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    San Diego breweries took 13 awards and two Honorable Mentions in this month's California State Fair Commercial Craft Brew Competition. 1086 Beers were judged in 34 Categories overall, with locals recognized in 10 of them.


  15. Brewing Class of 2010Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 23, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    The craft beer landscape looked a lot different in 2009. Yes, by all accounts this was still an objectively great beer city, but we had about a quarter of the number of breweries we do now, and roughly a third of those were built on a brewpub business model - kept afloat by food as well as beer.


  16. Hops and spouse in the houseRead the original story

    Jul 16, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    A little outside Ensenada, Valle de Guadalupe has a reputation as Baja's wine country. For a couple of years it was also home to a small brewery with a loyal following and key restaurant placements.


  17. At the Loveland Dam, on the Sweetwater RiverRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 15, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    Loveland Dam, also known as Sweetwater Falls Dam, is a thin arch design of concrete built in 1945. Loveland Reservoir is one of the two manmade lakes made by dams along the Sweetwater River.


  18. Chula Vista University, anyone?Read the original story

    Jul 14, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    "It took years, but we've assembled the land ," Chula Vista city manager Gary Halbert said in an interview on July 14. The city closed on the last piece of land in December and now holds 375 acres of land east of the South Otay Lakes area - a parcel large enough for a four-year college. With the land next to the Olympic Training Center secured, the city has now committed $800,000 to finding a university partner and developing the site.


  19. Desert rats got a thing for Rancho Santa FeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 18, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    The highest priced regular gas in San Diego County on June17 was found at the 76 station in Coronado, at $4.59 a gallon - wait, one station in Rancho Santa Fe posts a much higher price - $8.99 a gallon. The station, at the corner of La Flecha and Via de Santa Fe, is one of the few in the state can dispense racing fuel to the general public - 95 and 100 octane.


  20. Love's 'hoseRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2015 | San Diego Reader

    The Gift Machine's rich with history - and graphics. The band kicks off its West Coast tour at the Carlsbad Music Fest.


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