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Michael Perry May 27, 2015 The radio host, songwriter, and bestselling author will sign and discuss The Jesus Cow, a comical novel about a cow whose fur has a pattern that resembles Jesus.  64 other events on Wednesday, May 27
 
From the Editor
The taxpaying citizens of San Diego should not pay for a new stadium
Music feature
Providence duo are busting eardrums for the long haul
Seen Local
The media artist/designer wants women to challenge the idea of what’s expected of them
News
Lawsuit challenges city-funded nonprofit’s authority to make land-use decisions
Seen Local
The third in our series on the artists awarded grants through the Creative Catalyst Fund

 

 
 
Home » Articles »   By Eric Wolff
 
Tuesday, September 22,2009
Fall Arts

Homegrown

Local authors Eric Peterson and Ella deCastro Barron take control

By Eric Wolff
Local authors Eric Peterson and Ella deCastro Barron take control
Tuesday, September 15,2009
News

Marijuana raids answered

Pot providers are considering suing Bonnie Dumanis and others

By Eric Wolff
Pot providers are considering suing Bonnie Dumanis and others
Tuesday, September 15,2009
News

For sale

Some local TV stations sell content to advertisers

By Eric Wolff
In February 2008, public-relations professional Gayle Lynn Falkenthal got a message from one her clients: A salesperson from KUSI had called to talk about getting the client on the air. 
Tuesday, September 8,2009
News

Still not fair

City of San Diego isn’t providing opportunity for minority- and women-owned contractors

By Eric Wolff
City not providing opportunity to minority- and women-owned contractors
Tuesday, September 1,2009
News

The hidden link

How jockey agents finesse relationships among riders, trainers and horses

By Eric Wolff
In the summertime, dawn at Del Mar Racetrack means the workday is an hour old. Most of the action is in the stables, on the side of the track farthest from the grand stand.
Tuesday, August 25,2009
News

Never super again

NFL says Qualcomm ain't spiffy enough for the big game

By Eric Wolff
NFL says Qualcomm Stadium ain't spiffy enough for the big game
Tuesday, August 11,2009
News

Adm. Len Hering speaks

The retiring commander of Navy Region Southwest talks sustainability, our fighting sailors, and why the Navy Broadway Complex puts San Diego in no extra danger

By Eric Wolff
The retiring commander of Navy Region Southwest talks sustainability, our fighting sailors, and why the Navy Broadway Complex puts San Diego in no extra danger
Tuesday, August 11,2009
News

Sometimes stimulated

Is economic recovery money helping San Diego businesses? Like good undergarments, it depends

By Eric Wolff
Is economic recovery money helping San Diego businesses? Like good undergarments, it depends
Tuesday, August 11,2009
News

Ironic divorce

Protector of traditional marriage Doug Manchester leaving wife of 43 years

By Eric Wolff
On Oct. 9, 2008, Manchester ended 43 years, eight months and nine days of marriage to Elizabeth Manchester by moving out of their La Jolla abode. 
Tuesday, August 4,2009
News

No park in the loading zone

The fight between green space and industry continues at the base of Broadway Pier

By Eric Wolff
The fight between green space and industry continues at the base of Broadway Pier
 
 
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