From the monthly archives:

April 2009

DOWNTOWN — Today the San Diego Zoo Commission announced that their Chinese Panda population is now growing at an uncontrollable rate. “It seems like a litter of […]

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LA JOLLA — This month’s issue of The Scripps Journal Of Medicine featured its famous yearly ranking of the best 100 medicines.  Surprisingly, Xanax took […]

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MIRA MESA — Today Barnes and Noble unveiled an aggressive plan to sell books to customers who shamelessly spend hours reading them free. The announcement came a day after […]

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Researchers at a prestigious community college released a study which claims that most office workers waste an average of 30 minutes per day reading online news articles. […]

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MIRA MESA — Rather than waking up to the usual morning sounds of helicopters, police sirens, and car windows breaking, today Mira Mesa residents arose […]

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OLD TOWN — Yesterday, as the congregation of Temple Beth Shalom arrived to attend the Bat Mitzvah of 12-year-old Lindsay Rubenstein, they reportedly found two […]

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DOWNTOWN — Yesterday the San Diego History Museum added a recently discovered image to its 1940s photo gallery, which some say will lead historians to […]

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LA JOLLA — According to a recent study published by a renowned UCSD psychology professor, 9 out of 10 women who have profiles with internet […]

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TIJUANA, MEXICO — Today the Tijuana drug war took a turn for the worse when it was reported that two major drug cartels are now […]

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