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San Diego · San Diego

Peter Sprague does Pat Metheney, who returns the favor

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San Diego · San Diego

Pondering pernicious Papas: Jasper Hadley, Wade Hunnicut, Joey LaMotta, and others

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Robert Keith is the real life sire of the strapping Brian Keith, who played dad to Hayley Mills split-screen siblings in The Parent Trap. Arthur Kennedy is pure scum in Some Came Running. The father of the year award goes to the younger LaMotta brother in Raging Bull.See the Story
San Diego · San Diego

Trax Bar & Cafe: rollicking towards Wellington Central

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New Zealand has a reputation for home-made pies at railroad stations. The pies have a dozen flavors, like chicken and curry, steak and cheese, and one huge one packed with bacon. You feel like you're in a submarine when you sit down in a glass-sided eatery.See the Story
San Diego · San Diego

Reunions, relocations, revisions, and more good news/bad news

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San Diego · San Diego

Gonzo Report: Part Time Lover sells the sound

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San Diego · San Diego

Beach Party: Disney’s Annette Funicello branches out

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Ocean Beach · Ocean Beach

Kensington pepper tree fight moves to Ocean Beach palms

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The city's tree policy is being challenged in court. The city wants to cut back on the number of mature trees that can be cut down. But the city says it needs to plant more trees to meet its goal of 15 percent tree cover by the end of the decade.See the Story
San Diego · San Diego

Which San Diego newspaperman did John Glenn get to spike the astronaut sex story?

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John Glenn and Alan Shepard squared off in front of their colleagues over the issue of skirt-chasing. Glenn lit into those who were incessantly playing around, warning that, like it or not, they were now public figures. Shepard, who from every historical account despised the media, hit back hard, arguing that what they did with their free time was their own business.See the Story

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