May 17, 2021


Veteran Republican lawmaker says House Republicans is as ‘united as any time I can remember’

With the two new venues approved by the Port of San Diego, the reinvigorated Seaport Village is now 90 percent leased as it awaits a major redevelopment still several years off

The Navy made headlines when it moved to decommission the first four San Diego-based ships after less than half their service lives

Gaza conflict

Israeli warplanes have staged another series of heavy airstrikes in Gaza City hours after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu signaled the fourth war with Gaza’s Hamas rulers would rage on


Subscribers are reading

  1. A three-day cease-fire marked by violent attacks claimed mostly by the Islamic State group has ended in Afghanistan amid calls for renewed peace talks

  2. Haifa Khoury and Hiam Khaireddin, both mothers with three children, met in the 1990s at an Arab American social gathering.

Monday, May 17

San Diego News Fix
Today we’re talking about working from home. At the height of the pandemic, it seemed like this new way of life might be here to stay for certain jobs. But a new report shows most San Diego employers want their workers back in the office.


Get the story behind the story. Kristy Totten interviews reporters about what matters in San Diego.

A weekly podcast celebrating people who have shaped San Diego and been shaped by it.

Padres beat writer Kevin Acee and sports editor Jay Posner discuss all things Padres.


See more editorial cartoons from Steve Breen here.

Racial Justice Commentary

Jerardo Velazquez watches as his sister, Isabella Moreno, 15, receives the Pfizer vaccination.

Images from Union-Tribune staff and contributing freelance photographers


The Migrant Voices Today Film Challenge showcases diverse short-form films exploring loss, separation, current political realities and COVID-19’s effects on migrants, refugees and asylum seekers on a worldwide scale.


Cleotilde Dimas has sold ice cream in Logan Heights for 20 years. Business took a hit during the coronavirus pandemic, and as she slowly rebuilds, she — and hundreds of other pushcart vendors — anxiously wait for street-vending regulations in the city.

A new survey shows that unvaccinated Hispanics are almost twice as likely as unvaccinated Blacks or whites to want a covid vaccination. But many still face a variety of access problems, ranging from fear to time squeeze.

Nearly half of Californians disapprove of Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s job performance, according to a Berkeley IGS Poll released on Thursday. Sen. Alex Padilla has higher approval ratings, but fewer have an opinion on the state’s junior senator.

The school offers classes to children at the shelter where hundreds of asylum-seeking families expelled from the United States are living

WASHINGTON — The AFL-CIO and other groups filed a complaint with the Biden administration Monday over claims of labor violations at a group of auto parts factories in Mexico, a move that will pose an early test of the new North American trade deal and its labor protections.

New collaboration between the long-time San Diego restaurant and the celebrity chef introduces three new tacos to the Rubio’s menu.

San Diego rock band celebrates the 20th anniversary of “Satellite” with a three-day livestream event

The rankings are based on the number of high-starred reviews, diner recommendations and other factors


Doc’s Sports Seeking Iowa Based Sports Bar Liaison – Dinner and Drinks on Us!


Sauk City, WI, September 30, 2020 – Doc’s Sports Service is the most successful sports picks and handicapping service in the world. Doc’s has been in business for five decades and is one of the most recognizable names in the sports information industry.

The backbone of the company is Doc’s annual publication, Doc’s Sports Journal. Since the 1970s, this pocket-sized NFL and college football schedule and information booklet has been a mainstay in Las Vegas, as well as in sports bars, card rooms, and newsstands across America.

Doc’s is looking for a liaison for their publication for local sports bars and other establishments in Iowa.

This is THE ULTIMATE JOB for a sports fan.

All a liaison would have to do is introduce Doc’s publication to establishments in their area. Doc’s Sports will pick up the tab for food and drinks for the liaison and their plus-one.

“Doc’s Sports Journal has been the top pocket-sized football schedule in the nation for years,” said Jeremy Martin, content manager for Doc’s Sports. “Anyone that has spent any time in Las Vegas over the years knows about Doc’s ‘little red book’. For more than three decades, we have had the same couple of individuals that have traveled the country for us, introducing our publication to various establishments. But with expansion in our minds, we need help in getting more eyeballs on our already extremely popular annual publication.”

That’s it!  There is no selling or distribution involved.

Doc’s would also like the liaison to provide a short review of the food and drinks for the establishment as well as any pictures they could take with a phone.  This will be for Doc’s to help promote the establishment on their website.

This position is available for this football season as well as the upcoming 2021-22 season.

Qualified candidates could also receive up to $1,500 in a cash bonus on top of Doc’s picking up food and drink tabs at these establishments.

It doesn’t get much better than that!

This unique offer allows sports fans to do what they love to do – food and drinks at their favorite establishment, and Doc’s Sports will pick up the tab for two people.

For more details, and to find out how you can sign up for this unique opportunity, visit the following page

Contact Jeremy Martin
Contact Max Power

Originally Posted On:
Data & News supplied by
Stock quotes supplied by Barchart
Quotes delayed at least 20 minutes.
By accessing this page, you agree to the following
Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions.