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Family fare

Posted: February 17th, 2017 | Featured, Food & Drink, Restaurant Reviews | No Comments

By Frank Sabatini Jr. Count it among the few remaining holdouts in San Diego that doesn’t try wooing you with pretentious food and trendy design elements. Brother’s Family Restaurant, with its “Grandma Jennie” pancakes and unassuming atmosphere, is revered instead by many as a home away from home.

More from U.S. Rep. Susan A. Davis

Posted: February 17th, 2017 | Congressional Watch, Featured, News | No Comments

By Andy Cohen | Congressional Watch (Editor’s note: This is the finale of a two-part interview with U.S. Rep. Susan A. Davis. Read the first part at tinyurl.com/z9qs82s.) As a new Congress begins its two-year term, Democrats have their work cut out for them. As the Trump era begins, Democrats will be hard-pressed to counteract the […]

5 Things to know about integrative heart care

Posted: February 17th, 2017 | Featured, Lifestyle, Nutrition Matters | No Comments

By Leonel Sanchez Heart disease is the leading cause of death among both men and women in the United States, taking the lives of 610,000 Americans every year. While conventional medicine can offer heart patients the very latest technology in terms of medications, surgeries and interventional procedures to treat heart attacks and other acute heart […]

Dems are fired up

By Linda Armacost and Jeff Benesch | La Mesa Foothills Democratic Club La Mesa Foothills Democratic Club (LMFDC), already one of the largest and most active chartered Democratic clubs in the county, is experiencing a record influx of new members and intrigued guests as we explore the actual facts of a Trump presidency and their effect […]

News from the Del Cerro Action Council

By Jay Wilson At the Jan. 28 meeting of the Del Cerro Action Council (DCAC), police community relations officer John Steffen reported on the crimes in the area and stated that they had declined. There were only three burglaries in the past four months. “People are paying attention to their surroundings and that decreases the […]

The conquering coyotes of Mission Trails

By Audrey F. Baker Coyotes are an infusion of color — buff against gray, tawny chestnut-red beside blond, swatches of brown, balanced against light-whitish underparts. They are readily recognized by their delicate facial features and a gray patch between the eyes that complements the fox-like rufous muzzle. This medium-sized wild dog displays the contour of […]

Border Patrol to speak on current and future fences

Posted: February 17th, 2017 | Columns, Featured, Navajo Canyon Republican Women | No Comments

By Judy McCarty | Navajo Canyon Republican Women Protestors have raised their voices since the recent presidential election — particularly about the proposed extended border fence or wall. Navajo Canyon Republican Women Federated (NCRWF) is interested to hear how well the current fence is doing in stemming drugs, human trafficking and “alien” crossings.