From the monthly archives:

January 2009

Carmel Valley Man Arrested For Painting Condo

by staff on January 1, 2009

CARMEL VALLEY — Dan Mobley, a 32-year-old graphic designer, was arrested from his Carmel Valley home today for painting his condo, which is a clear […]

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4S RANCH — Last week a flurry of gang-related activity sprung up in San Diego’s once-peaceful 4S Ranch community, leaving residents terrified and perplexed at […]

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If news for the Pardres wasn’t bad enough, yesterday it was reported that Petco Inc. refused to sign a crucial contract extension, which would allow […]

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San Diego Featured On New Food Network TV Show

by staff on January 24, 2009

If any of you were up at 2:00am last night watching the Food Network, you should have noticed that San Diego was the featured city […]

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Idiots Continue To Pay $70 For Flannel Shirts

by staff on January 21, 2009

DOWNTOWN — Yesterday yet another person reportedly purchased a $70 designer flannel shirt, this time at a local Urban Outfitters store. Witnesses say Todd Kent, […]

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MISSION VALLEY — The City of San Diego announced that it’s moving forward with its plan to issue a special garbage can to each household, […]

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“You’re going to like the way you look. I guarantee it” – is the famous slogan uttered by CEO George Zimmer at the end of […]

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LA JOLLA, CA – Yesterday a 26-year-old UCSD graduate student named Larry Fung was busted on campus for subletting his college apartment to 700 other […]

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The La Jolla Paragliders and Del Mar Balloonists are engaged in what seems like an endless fight over the coveted airspace strip just above the […]

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Yesterday a grocery shopper in Ocean Beach was assaulted by an environmentalist extremist group for using a plastic bag over an eco-friendly reusable bag. The […]

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CORONADO — Last week the City of Coronodo lifted its 15-year ban on suicide-by-bridge-jumping in an effort to tame San Diego’s population growth. The law […]

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Today a young man from North Park defied all odds by surviving the lunch special from a local Pick Up Stix restaurant. 27-year-old Vincent Conner […]

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Surfer Injured In First Shark Attack Of 2009

by staff on January 6, 2009

A surfer was rushed to the hospital yesterday after suffering a shark inflicted gunshot wound on Harbor Drive in Downtown San Diego. The shark followed […]

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One surefire way to piss off someone from Sorrento Mesa is to introduce them as someone that lives in Mira Mesa during a dinner party.  […]

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San Diegans Bitch About Cold Weather

by staff on January 1, 2009

Every year the same thing happens.  For the span of a few weeks the temperature in San Diego drops to highs of 60 degrees and […]

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MISSION VALLEY — In an effort to compete with high-scale hotels like The Hyatt and Marriott, which offer glamorous New Year’s Eve rooftop parties, the […]

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Rancho Bernardo, San Diego’s largest retirement community, celebrated the grand opening of a new Seniors R Us store — a national chain that caters to […]

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With all the talk of the recent bubbles in our society — the real estate bubble, tech bubble, oil bubble — it seems that the […]

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DOWNTOWN — In an attempt to lift sagging profits, San Diego Hooters restaurants are augmenting their business strategy with new fuller, more supple menus. Hooters’ […]

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LA JOLLA — The City of La Jolla has recently installed a new series of signs at Black’s Beach that make it more obvious to […]

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MIRAMAR — San Diego officials have approved the City of Miramar to add another layer of garbage onto it’s landfill.  The landfill is now visible […]

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