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The world is coming to an end, but when?

by Staff

October 22, 2008

Filed under Arts & Lifestyle

Courtesy of CERN/MCTI hate to be the bearer of bad news, but we are all going to be sucked into a black hole of our own creation within the near future.How, you might ask? This is the difficult part. In layman's terms, scient...

All sweets go to heaven

by Staff

October 14, 2008

Filed under Arts & Lifestyle

Jason Payne / Staff PhotographerOn the outside, Heaven Sent Desserts may look like any other upscale dessert and coffeehouse, but it is the story woven into every detail of Heaven Sent that makes it unique.Owner Lachlan Olive...

More than just a snack, cheese has value

by Staff

October 14, 2008

Filed under Arts & Lifestyle

Karli Cadel / Staff PhotographerWhen most people think of cheese, they reminisce about the numerous birthday parties spent at Chuck E. Cheese and childhood lunches consisting of macaroni and cheese. What most people do not think of...

The deep blue dive

by Staff

October 6, 2008

Filed under Arts & Lifestyle

Jason Payne / Staff PhotographerMany people who reside in San Diego usually travel thousands of miles, be it to Hawaii or the Caribbean for snorkeling and various water adventures. For some people, it may come as a surprise t...

Transportation has traveled a long way

by Staff

October 6, 2008

Filed under Arts & Lifestyle

Alex Myrwold / Staff PhotographerTransportation can date back to when cavemen were using wheels to roll down hills or even using animals to get around. But the newer inventions, such as cars and planes, were invented in the 18...

ARE YOU THERE TAAKA? IT’S ME, FARYAR: Taking yourself back to the candy shop

by Staff

September 2, 2008

Filed under Arts & Lifestyle

It was somewhere between learning cursive through those endless repetitive lessons and forced reading time when you got to learn one of life's most undeniable and greatest tools of all: bartering. Now I don't mean bartering thin...

Learning to eat without waste can be tasty

by Staff

September 2, 2008

Filed under Arts & Lifestyle

The Linkery doesn't just offer food and recommend the beverages it serves - it gets to know the people who grow and make it.From its farm-specific, all-natural meats, fresh and often organic produce to its crafted beers and fine...

Locals get by with a little help from the MTS

by Staff

September 1, 2008

Filed under Arts & Lifestyle

Some say that public transportation and bike riding will help everyone. Like some kind of fairy tale, the economy would bump back up, pollution would float away and traffic would disperse. But is it really all that easy?Below ...