By Frank Sabatini Jr.
The year was 1980. President Ronald Reagan was elected to the White House in a Republican sweep. Ted Turner had launched CNN. And on Mission Gorge Road, a new Chinese restaurant opened its doors to meet the growing demand of consumers on the hunt for meals that exuded feistier flavors than standard, Cantonese-style chow mein. Read More
By Charlene Baldridge
Opening night arrived Nov. 9 with many assurances that the critic — making her way through a pre-curtain crush of revelry, press packet in hand — would love the show. These assurances and the ensuing vociferous response to every musical number might as well have been accompaniment to football attended by well-dressed fans intent on proving they know the game. Read More
By Lisa Halverstadt | Voice of San Diego
San Diego leaders have a message for businesses seeking subsidies: You’ve gotta give us something before you get something.
The city’s three most recent business incentive deals, doled out to a biotech company and two breweries, require each company to deliver new tax money before those businesses can collect tens of thousands of dollars in tax or permit rebates. Read More
By Kelly Ostrem
This Thanksgiving, as you break bread with family and friends, talk about your health. November is diabetes awareness month, and knowing if you are at risk for diabetes can be a major step in slowing or preventing its onset. Read More
By Julie Ann White
Happy fall to everyone — my favorite time of the year! This soup has many variations, all of which are delicious. You can peel and cut the squash yourself, but I prefer to buy my squash already prepared. You can find squash that is already peeled and cut, usually in a 10- to 16-ounce package, at Trader Joe’s, Vons and most grocery stores. Read More
By Genevieve Suzuki
While it may be common knowledge, no one actually tells you when you become a parent you’re in for a lifetime of worry.
As soon as you figure out you’re pregnant, you worry for the first 12 weeks that the pregnancy will be healthy. After that, you hope the baby will be healthy. Read More
Names: Ozzy and Harriet
Age: 7 months old
Gender: Neutered male and spayed female
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
ID #: 150523 and 150524
Adoption Fee: $125 Read More
By Sari Reis
With the holidays quickly approaching, you may be seeking care for your pets while you travel. The two basic choices are either boarding or having someone come to your home to look after them. Making the best decision depends on several factors. To assist you, I have listed some things you need to consider. Read More
Saturdays: Douglas Kvandal with the LiveJazz! Quartet at the Amigo Spot at Kings Inn. Free. 7 p.m. KingsInnSanDiego.com. 1333 Hotel Circle South, Mission Valley. Read More
Linda Vista Planning Group General Meeting
Monday, Nov. 24, 5:30 p.m.
This is an open meeting of the Linda Vista Planning Group. The public is encouraged to attend. Visit lindavista.org/lvpg. Read More
“Ask the Lawyer” Free Legal Clinic
First Tuesday of the month, 6 to 7 p.m.
Join attorney Mark Miller the first Tuesday of every month to talk about your legal issues and learn about your options. No appointment is necessary; just show up with your questions. Read More
San Diego’s largest mall has gone through some recent changes with the addition and expansion of several stores, along with remodeling and improvements to a number of others. Read More