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A large number of local restaurant workers say their bosses often siphon off their tips, force them to work through breaks and fail to pay for overtime, according to a survey released Tuesday by San Diego's Center for Policy Initiatives.

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer worked a brief stint as a beer tapster this week as he helped kick off the three-day National Homebrewers Conference at the Town and Country Convention Center in Mission Valley.

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Bertrand at Mister A’s has been a go-to spot for celebratory meals for generations of San Diegans.

Next weekend’s annual AirShow San Diego at Gillespie Field in El Cajon will commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II and will feature a number of fighter aircraft from that period.

Seattle-based Nordstrom Inc. (NYSE: JWN) announced that it plans to open a 124,000-square-foot store in a new as-yet unnamed 585,000-square-foot shopping center to be developed by Caruso Affiliated at the junction of Cannon Road and Interstate 5.

The city of San Marcos still has room for large-scale projects, although the lack of redevelopment funds may make construction difficult.

Time to get out the stretchy pants and elastic waistbands.

A major portion of the Town & Country Resort & Convention Center property is planned for residential use, as one of numerous redevelopments planned for Mission Valley.

Effective June 4, airlines currently operating out of the Commuter Terminal at San Diego International Airport will be relocating to gates in Terminals 1 and 2.

The San Diego Convention Center Corp. voted Thursday not to move forward with a deal to extend its lease on a site previously seen as necessary for a contiguous expansion of the facility.

San Diegans have even more options to get a ride around town when they’re not able to drive. The number of available ridesharing services has surged fairly recently as new, smaller companies have launched apps to compete with Uber and Lyft — along with traditional taxis — for passengers and market share.

University Heights’ newest night life spot, Park & Rec, opened its doors Thursday.

San Diego's array of arts and cultural organizations -- including museums, bands, choirs, ethnic centers and neighborhood fairs -- generate around $200 million in spending activity within the city.

Wang’s North Park has closed for good.

Tijuana will need 300,000 residential units and tens of millions of square feet of industrial, warehouse, office, retail and hotel development by 2025, according to Softec, a Mexico City-based demographic and real estate research firm.

The Automobile Club of Southern California is predicting San Diego will the No. 1 destination for Memorial Day travelers this year, as overall travel is expected to grow by 4.6 percent from 2014.

New products such as the Buttery Jack have boosted sales at San Diego’s Jack in the Box (Nasdaq: JACK), but the real secret to its success is real estate, according to Wunderlich Securities analyst Robert Derrington.

The owners of Gaslamp Tavern, an open-air sports pub that has been at the corner of Fifth Avenue and G Street for nearly a decade, unveiled the tavern’s remodel last week along with their newest project, Quad AleHouse.

On the Depot Springs Beer Co.'s website, there's an electronic clock ticking down the days, hours, minutes and seconds until the scheduled opening of its brewery in La Mesa.

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