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Thursday, Apr 1, 2010

Chocolate Peeps

Chocolate Peeps

Improving on perfection.

Friday, Dec 3, 2010
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By Ben Leventhal

Thank You For Coming

Thank You For Coming

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Wednesday, Jul 6, 2011
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By Greg Janda

USB Mini Tree

USB Mini Tree

A multi-colored light-up piece to increase your desk's holiday cheer.

Wednesday, Jul 6, 2011
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By Greg Janda

Tablet Unleashed

Tablet Unleashed

Move over, iPad. There's a new tab in town.

Wednesday, Nov 3, 2010
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By Kim Peiffer

Turquoise Flower Scarf

Turquoise Flower Scarf

This handmade scarf is composed of funky flower shapes and sewn together to create an artsy acarf.

Wednesday, Jul 6, 2011
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By Greg Janda

Wet Paper Bag

Wet Paper Bag

What looks like a newspaper, covers like an umbrella, and carries like a bag? This.

Tuesday, Nov 2, 2010
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By Kim Peiffer

Credit Card Cutlery

Credit Card Cutlery

You may not be going camping, but that doesn’t mean you won’t ever need some cutlery spur of the moment.

Wednesday, Jul 6, 2011
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By Greg Janda

Cuero De Los Muertos

Cuero De Los Muertos

This luggable local leather puts the Day of the Dead right on your handmade handbag.

Wednesday, Jul 6, 2011
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By Greg Janda

Dicey Relationship

Dicey Relationship

Need to get out some aggression without actually hurting someone? This unique knife holder might be the right addition.

Tuesday, Oct 26, 2010
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By Kim Peiffer

Godzilla Feet Slippers

Godzilla Feet Slippers

Sure, it’s Halloween time and all, but these Godzilla feet slippers may just be doable anytime of year.

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Hundreds Turn Out for Vista Town Hall

Hundreds Turn Out for Vista Town Hall

More than 500 people gathered for a healthcare town hall at the Brengle Terrace Park Recreation Center in Vista Tuesday night.

22-Year-Old Texts Dad for Help During Home Invasion Robbery

22-Year-Old Texts Dad for Help During Home Invasion Robbery

A 22-year-old woman texted her dad for help after hearing an intruder inside the family's home, the Escondido Police Department confirmed.

Drive-By Shooting Kills Adopted 8-Year-Old in House

Drive-By Shooting Kills Adopted 8-Year-Old in House

An 8-year-old boy adopted from Taiwan by a Southern California family tragically lost his life in a drive-by shooting into a Pomona house Monday night. .

Pipeline Protesters Pray, Set Fires Ahead of Camp Closing

Pipeline Protesters Pray, Set Fires Ahead of Camp Closing

The last people remaining at a Dakota Access pipeline protest camp prayed and set fire to a handful of wooden structures on Wednesday, hours ahead of a deadline set by the Army Corps of Engineers to close the camp. Some of the praying protesters said burning the structures — which appeared to include a yurt and a teepee — was part of the ceremony of leaving. As heavy rain turned to snow, some said they expected no trouble during the eviction, despite a heavy law enforcement presence. "People are being very mindful, trying very hard to stay in prayer, to stay positive," said Nestor Silva, 37, of California. "I am not aware of any plans for belligerence."

Pacific Beach Man Encounters Trouble Returning UGG Boots

Pacific Beach Man Encounters Trouble Returning UGG Boots

A Pacific Beach man said he purchased a pair of UGG boots for a friend but when she tried to exchange them at the store the boots were bought from, the store said the boots were counterfeit.

Mexicans Consider Future Under Trump's Immigration Rules

Mexicans Consider Future Under Trump's Immigration Rules

Mexicans fear deportee and refugee camps could be popping up along their northern border under the Trump administration's plan to start deporting to Mexico all Latin Americans and others who entered the U.S. illegally through this country. Previous U.S. policy called for only Mexican citizens to be sent to Mexico. Migrants known as "OTMs" — Other Than Mexicans — got flown back to their homelands. Now, under a sweeping rewrite of enforcement policies announced Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, migrants might be dumped over the border into a violence-plagued land where they have no ties while their asylum claims or deportation proceedings are heard in the United States. U.S. officials didn't say what Mexico would be expected to do with them.