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  1. San Diego's jobs that attract tough questionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 25, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    I had to walk all the way back to Encinitas from La Costa about two in the morning in my shorts. When I was 18, I robbed a gas station with a ski mask on, so I already had that under my belt.

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  2. Sat 3/24: Race for AutismRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 24, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Featuring: 5K chip-timed run or walk, 1-mile SUPERHERO Family Fun Walk, scenic Balboa Park course, educational resource fair, children's activities, music, commemorative medals and t-shirts, prizes, refreshments, and more. Costumes and strollers welcome.

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  3. Thieves take 90 percent of Boy Scouts' gearRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Even though a scout's motto is to "Be Prepared," two local troops were caught unaware when their trailers were stolen this month. Troops from Vista and University City discovered their trailers missing within ten days of each other.

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  4. Don't tell them you are a reporterRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 22, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Maria Severson. Mike Aguirre and Severson won a verdict against the city's creation of a Maintenance Assessment District their clients didn't want to be part of.

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  5. Jack McGrory -moneybags lobbyistRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 14, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    California politicos insist that nominations to state boards and commissions aren't dependent on the generousness of campaign contributions, but the experience of Jack McGrory, just named to the board of the state university system by Democratic governor Jerry Brown, may test that truism, critics say. The controversial ex-San Diego city manager grew super-rich after departing city hall to sign up to work for La Jolla mega-millionaire Sol Price, and later, Padres owner John Moores.

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  6. Dodge Ram trucks stolen for their Cummins motorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 13, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    On February 26, there were three auto thefts that were reported within a 2 mile radius in North Park. One theft in particular, was for the truck's sought after motor.

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  7. Will the fall of Jacobs starve Faulconer?Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    The finale may finally be coming into view for cell phone chip making giant Qualcomm, currently the target of a hostile takeover campaign Echoes of the company's outsized influence on San Diego politics are likely to resonate for years. Officials of both parties have stuffed their portfolios with Qualcomm stock, at least some allegedly purchased based on insider tips, keeping their hands out for political gifts and gratuities that the company has donated.

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  8. Tiny Island Court has 31 short-timersRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    "What happens when an entire block has nobody living there?" In 2014, when Jon moved to Abbott Avenue in Ocean Beach, he was surrounded by long-term renters. Every year since, he's seen neighbors evicted to make room for short-term vacation rentals.

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  9. Fri 3/9: Shady Ladies and Hop Heads Historical Pub Crawl and Walking TourRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Our newest guided tour to hit the streets -- and this time, the bars! -- of the Gaslamp. Created in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the founding New Town San Diego, now downtown, the combination historical tour and pub crawl explores the historic Gaslamp District.

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  10. Get out of jail, not freeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 7, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    One donor to Mayor Kevin Faulconer's nonprofit is the Deason Foundation, run by Doug Deason, son of controversial part-time La Jolla billionaire Darwin Deason. San Diego mayor Kevin Faulconer, who appears to have successfully survived the worst of the downtown homeless hepatitis crisis that hit the city last year, has lately been raising big money for his One San Diego nonprofit, sponsor of his annual Thanksgiving-turkey giveaway to the poor.

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  11. History lessons with a side of sudsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Longship Brewery opened in 2016 with two specific areas of interest: Vikings and beer . Thanks to a new lecture series Longship is hosting in its Mira Mesa tasting room, beer fans are getting an opportunity to learn about both, while drinking the latter.

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  12. Trash-can salvage 101Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Last year, NBC 7 San Diego reported that "The San Diego City Council decided [June 27] that residents will still have to pay to replace damaged trash bins , despite a county Grand Jury recommendation that the city replace the trash bins free of charge. According to the March 22 Grand Jury report, complaints about damaged trash bins have increased 25 percent over the last two years."

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  13. Pick and poke at a delicious yellowtail headRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 28, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    He tells me about sitting next to a Kenyan couple in Saiko, the sushi place in Coronado , who asked for this deep-fried yellowtail's head and got it at half the price of all the other sushi offerings. "Such a deal!" he said.

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  14. We the people of Normal HeightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 28, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    "The Normal Heights sign is the only original neon sign I'm aware of that still hangs in San Diego," says Scott Kessler. Adam Deutsch and his wife Claire moved to Normal Heights in 2014.

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  15. Latchkey gains entr e into historic Mission Brewing PlazaRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    The brewhouse at 1795 Hancock Street has produced a lot of beer for a number of breweries over the past two decades, and as of last week it's changed hands once again. Part of the historic Mission Brewery Plaza, where the original Mission Brewery brewed from 1913 to 1918, it had most recently been the home of Acoustic Ales Brewing Experiment , which launched there in 2013.

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  16. Ex-professor attacks Soccer City's "ballot box" planningRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    The ballot battle over the fate of the city-owned Mission Valley acreage formerly known as Qualcomm Stadium has been notched up again, this time by the San Diego chapter of the Sierra Club, which has endorsed a measure that would turn the property over to San Diego State University for academic and commercial development. In its February 27 endorsement, the group also took a swipe at SoccerCity, a competing ballot proposal backed by a La Jolla-based group of private investors.

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  17. This way to a Better BuzzRead the original story

    Feb 27, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Better Buzz Coffee is on the move. The Vista coffee roaster has opened its eighth coffee shop in San Diego, its fourth in just over two years.

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  18. Raised sidewalk + broken kneecap = $137,500Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    San Diego city councilmembers were expected on February 26th to give final approval for a payout over injuries caused by broken sidewalks. The city has agreed to pay Lynn Whitehouse $137,500 to settle a complaint she filed after falling on a raised portion of sidewalk in North Park in January 2016.

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  19. Working Class beer combo gets it a second lookRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    At the North Park street corner where Ritual Tavern sat for the past decade or so, a new, neighborhood-oriented bar and eatery has opened, refurbishing the space and offering a different interpretation of the gastropub concept. They call it Working Class , which seems like solid branding these days.

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  20. San Diego lifeguard reports January 28 to February 17Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2018 | San Diego Reader

    Harbor Patrol located a subject in the Glorietta Bay area that was having difficulty rowing his 16' vessel back to the dock due to his engine being disabled. Harbor Patrol Towed the vessel back to the launch ramp.

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