By Frank Sabatini Jr.
Diners with a penchant for international cuisine have grown familiar with curry dishes from the Punjab provinces of India and Pakistan, where they are often laced with butter or cream in their American incarnations. In many cases they taste the same, and the restaurants that serve them are everywhere. Read More
By Liam Dillon | Voice of San Diego
The appeal is obvious. With new football stadiums costing more than the annual economic output of small island nations, why don’t cities just fix up their old ones for a fraction of the cost? Read More
By Frank Sabatini Jr.
San Diego’s barbecue scene is about to expand when Wood Ranch BBQ & Grill finishes remodeling the space previously occupied by Randy Jones All American Sports Grill at the Hazard Center in Mission Valley. Read More
By Erica Moe
Are you trying to lose weight? According to the Gallup Annual Health and Healthcare Survey, half of all adults want to lose weight, and they spend $40 billion dollars per year to pay for pills, potions and programs that claim to help. Read More
By Katy Kaufman
Food prep is a great way to make some healthy lifestyle changes. Preparing meals and snacks ahead of time on the weekend allows you have fast, nutrient-dense options during the week. Read More
By Sari Reis
As a professional dog walker and pet sitter, I have cared for hundreds of dogs over the years, and one thing I have noticed is that although they are all different and have their own personalities, there are a lot of things they have in common. Some of their very endearing and not so endearing behaviors, for instance, have always stood out. If you have a dog or are a dog observer, I am sure you can relate to some of these. Read More
By KC Stanfield
The whole issue with the Chargers and the city of San Diego over a new stadium is nothing but drama. It is completely unnecessary and only ends up harming the relationship between the fan base and the team. This drama is so tired and monotonous, it perfectly mirrors the plot of a stereotypical romantic comedy. Read More
By Alan Pentico
The Internet is rife with horror stories about tenants successfully suing property owners over bed bugs. Blogs, news articles and columns gleefully recount court cases in which “bad” landlords have been smacked with huge fines for “allowing” bed bugs on the property. Read More
Californians ‘need death with dignity’ law
By Judy Waterman
I am writing in strong support of the “End-of-Life Option Act” (state Senate Bill 128). This legislation would allow a mentally competent, terminally ill person in the final stages of their disease to request medication from a physician to bring about a peaceful death. Read More
Assemblymember Weber’s mobile office
Tuesday, April 14, 6 – 8 p.m.
Connect with Assemblymember Shirley Weber’s staff here in your community, get help with any problems you are having with public agencies, ask questions about legislation and learn about state and local services. Read More
Linda Vista Planning Group General Meeting
Monday, April 27, 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
Thursday and Fridays: Antonio Fe at the Cosmo at The Cosmopolitan Restaurant and Hotel. Free. 6:30 p.m. 2660 Calhoun St., Old Town. OldTownCosmopolitan.com. Read More
A unique opera comes to San Diego
David Dixon | Contributor
An opera about a former president of the United States visiting communist China in 1972 might seem like an unusual idea.
In fact, when “Nixon in China” first premiered in 1987 at the Houston Grand Opera, many critics had mixed reactions. Some were not sure what to make of John Adams’ minimalist music or Alice Goodman’s libretto. Read More
Mario Koran | Voice of San Diego
At a time when San Diego Unified is selling off properties to balance the books, it has quietly entered into negotiations to buy a piece of land where it can build a school in Mission Valley – a community surrounded by under-capacity schools. Read More