Stories for December 6, 2010
A new military general is in charge in the border city of Tijuana. Gilberto Laderos Briseño is replacing the general many credit with helping rescue the city from drug violence.
"Les Paul: Live In New York City" is an intimate performance from a music legend, featuring Les Paul & His Trio, and duets with Steve Miller, Keith Richards, Jose Feliciano, Dave Grisman, Sonya Hensley, and others. The special captures a raucous and unadorned Les Paul in 2005 at the Iridium Jazz Club.
This concert captures the intensity and excitement of the sold-out show that marked Bonamassa’s headlining debut at arguably the most prestigious concert venue in the world. Very special guest Eric Clapton joins Bonamassa onstage for one song. The concert also features classics from Bonamassa’s catalog including "So Many Roads," Rod Stewart’s "Blues Deluxe," "The Ballad of John Henry," "Sloe Gin," ZZ Top’s "Just Got Paid" and many more.
A 14-year-old boy accused of participating in four beheadings for a Mexican drug cartel will be tried under a state juvenile law that carries a maximum of three years in prison if convicted, a judge said Sunday.
Topics this week include the bomb house in Escondido, public comments on CalTrans' I-5 expansion plans; the proposed sale of the Del Mar fairgrounds; and perhaps the most expensive municipal golf course in the world.
Cakes! Cookies! Chocolates! What would the Holidays be without tasty treats and delicious desserts? Sugarplums are dancing in our heads on this These Days Food Hour.
It could be the dawn of a new era in San Diego. The city council will consider items this week that could lead to the outsourcing of some city services.
A new legislature will be sworn in today and Governor Schwarzenegger is expected to call them into an emergency budget session immediately. But there are doubts about how much can be accomplished with the lame-duck governor.