Stories for June 21, 2006
Some think they've got the secret to unlocking the power of the grill while some of us feel like we don't even have our learner's permits. Either way it's a stable American pastime that has its own regional dialects.
Guest host Dwayne Brown will explore the health of San Diego's beaches with Rob Rundle from SANDAG and Stefanie Sekich from the Surfrider Foundation.
Is the smoking ban for San Diego parks and beaches fair? Host Dwane Brown speaks to City Council President Scott Peters about the motivation behind the ban, and to Ted Martinez, Jr. about how the ordinance will be implemented.
A Defense department official says the Marine Corps plans to charge seven Marines and one sailor with murder today in connection with the April death of an Iraqi civilian.
A new study by Scripps Institution of Oceanography indicates a considerable amount of strain is building on the southern end of the San Andreas fault, and could result in a significant earthquake at any moment.
A U.S. appeals court has denied the city of San Diego's request to suspend a court order to remove the Mount Soleded Cross. The decision upholds a 14-year-old ruling that the cross violates the separation of church and state because it is on city owned land. KPBS reporter Alison St John has more.
This year summer cooking is all about being gourmet. Dwane Brown learns about everything from grilling fruit to how to make the perfect ginger lime cocktail.
San Diego City Council voted themselves another $1.3 million to cover their legal bills. KPBS reporter Alison St John has more.
Guinness is perhaps the most well-known and most consumed Irish stout in the United States. Almost every American bar offers the beer. Host Tom Fudge speaks to a Guinness Brewmaster about the brewing process and the success behind this beer company.
The Seven marines and one Navy corpsman charged with murder have all hired civilian defense attorneys at their own expense. They've also been appointed military council. And their attorneys are coming out swinging. KPBS reporter Beth Ford Roth has the story.