Do Not let greed ruin Opportunity to heal habitat

The City of San Diego is planning to lease De Anza Point for another 50 years. Having diverted funds from the Mission Bay Improvement Fund to elsewhere and Balboa Park, it’s eager to protect and boost the revenue that it receives from the rental of our lands. The programs of the city, but jeopardize the […]

Cox Digital Academy Provides online resources that are free to make Studying fun

Cox Digital Academy, designed with the entire family in mind Cox Communications has established the Cox Digital Academy, a website which provides families access to free online resources such as computer basics , sociable websites safety science projects, and games. When it’s homework help and a “making it rain in a jar” activity for students, […]

NCAA transfer reform May backfire

Put down the pens and notepads. Close the laptops. Step away from the table. Walk out of this room. There are many scary things in our world, but few evoke such utter dread as when the NCAA assembles a “working group” of supposedly qualified administrators to repair the ills of college athletics. That is code […]

HWAC mobilizes to rescue shelter animals

RANCHO SANTA FE– Animal rescue employees rallied after the wrath of Hurricane Harvey, which abandoned overwhelming amounts of flooding waters behind into action. 1 organization lending a hand was Helen Woodward Animal Center in Rancho Santa Fe which rescued 64 creatures after getting a call in Operation Pets Alive! on Aug. 31. Four HWAC staff […]

KAABOO reignites this weekend with Muse, Pink Petty — here's a Trailer and daily schedule

KAABOO Del Mar that kicks off its third annual edition this weekend in the Del Mar racetrack and the adjoining fairgrounds, is an upscale music, comedy, food and drink festival. It isn’t an upscale music, comedy, food and drink festival. Confused? Don’t be. To estimate the KAABOO website: “We’re not a ‘festival.’ We’re a new […]

Lick the Plate: Taste of San Marcos is back featuring a restaurant scene

It was great timing I was alerted to the upcoming Taste of San Marcos occurring  Sept. 23  as I just had a very nice dining experience in The Bellows and Decoy, both in San Marcos. There’ll be more than 20 other San Marcos restaurants participating plus breweries and a kid’s craft area which will feature. Rick Rungaitis […]

The Way San Diegans are a threat to smart STEM school in L.A.

The San Diego Union-Tribune Editorial Board has repeatedly called for a bigger emphasis on science and engineering in public education as part of a ambitious academic schedule. That is why we admired great local examples of schools, beginning with High Tech High’s various branches and The Preuss School UCSD. So it sounded like a fantastic […]

L.A.'s Chargers* Seemed flat, sloppy before rally

L.A.’s Chargers* are away to a 0-1 start after a sloppy performance Monday night that was almost salvaged with a turnover-fueled comeback. If the Denver Broncos blocked an attempted 44-yard field goal in the final seconds Team Spanos dropped, 24-21. Was this a case of “same old Chargers” despite the L.A. designation and the presence […]

Pot abatement Finds Prove Powerful

VISTA — In an effort to reduce fire risk, property inspections were conducted in Vista resulting mailing a total of 708 weed abatement notices out. During the Aug. 9 meeting, Fire Inspector Mike McFadden signaled a 96 percent compliance rate. “We continue working together with other property owners to reach 100 percent compliance,” McFadden said. […]