Anchorman 2 PG13 San Diego’s top anchorman, Ron Burgundy, and his crew return to take on a 24 news channel with great hilarity. Stars: Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd
Walking with Dinosaurs PG Return to the time when dinosaurs ruled the Earth, and see a small dino become the hero of all dinosaurs. Stars: John Leguizamo, Justin Long, Tiya Sircar, Skyler Stone
Saving Mr. Banks PG13 This story unveils Walt Disney’s struggle to obtain the film rights to P.L. Travers infamous book, Mary Poppins. Stars: Tom Hanks, Emma Thompson, Colin Farrell, Bradley Whitford
They believe in Honor, Courage, Duty, Commitment and Country. They live by an honor code. They make the cliché, “It is not a matter of life and death. It is more important than that,” a true statement.
They are college students who can’t and don’t party every weekend. They are not in a fraternity or sorority but they are brothers and sisters, not only in spirit but in arms. They take an oath to protect and defend this great country. They do not lie, cheat or steal or tolerate among them those who do.
Barbara Wallace, crime prevention specialist at the sheriff’s Ramona station, shares holiday shopping tips for online shoppers.
It’s true that shopping online can save a lot of time and trouble, but it comes with a new set of hazards, she said.
Cuyamaca Rancho State Park is undergoing a transformation, and it’s not too late to get involved. The nearly 25,000-acre park has acquired more land and is adjacent to Anza Borrego State Park as well as other public lands and trails. The third and final public meeting was held on Nov. 12, but the public comment period is still open. Everyone with an interest in Cuyamaca Rancho State Park is invited to send comments and ideas for the General Plan process to State Parks at www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=27169. The website has
There is a lot to be said for prep golf and tennis. In those two sports the players are in charge of policing the game and calling the infractions. In tennis it usually comes down to whether or not a serve or ball is in or out.
In high school golf the players count their own scores and if they break a rule it is up to them to make the call and take a penalty. It is the honor system. To too many, the honor system is interpreted as “You’ve got the honor and I’ve got the system.”
I’m not generally a flag-waver, nor do I adhere to much of the flotsam floating around the Internet. However, this morning’s collection of junk email delivered a message that had some real merit.
As the holidays approach, the giant Asian factories are kicking into high gear to provide Americans with monstrous piles of cheap merchandise produced at American labor’s expense. Our economy isn’t expected to grow much, even as the Chinese economy takes off like a jackrabbit.
With so many exercise options, diet plans and fitness fads available to you, it can be confusing which route to take. From infomercials touting rock hard abs in just three minutes a day to CrossFit and Latin dance cardio like Zumba, or the traditional gym workout — the options are endless.
What works, what’s safe, and what’s effective? The answer is what’s the goal, and it depends.
Thor: The Dark World PG13 Thor reunites with Jane Anderson to battle an ancient race led by Malekith intent on destroying the universe.
Bad Grandpa R Jackass TV chronicles the road trip of an 86-year-old grandpa and his willing companion, his 8-year-old grandson.
Everybody knows how hard the players and coaches work to prepare for a varsity football game.Games are played on Friday nights in the fall but they are won in the weight room in the winter, spring and summer.
Some schools in the San Diego CIF Section and other areas around the country still play on Friday afternoons. There are several reasons for the afternoon games. I won’t go into
Door No. 1 — Accountability
No, we don’t always like being accountable to someone. We live in the land of independence and individualism. We strive to pull ourselves up from our bootstraps and be our own person.
Accountable to none, but one — yourself. Good, bad or indifferent, that is our cultural norm.