David Perloff

Writer

David Perloff is the founder and publisher of PACIFIC.

Recent Articles

  • Return to Paradise

    By Kevin Leap and Steven PersitzaPhoto by Sean Capshaw In purgatory for the past year, a prominent Hillcrest landmark has been reborn. The building that once housed Universal and Dish, a beautiful but short-lived "omni-sexual" nightclub/restaurant on University Avenue at Vermont Street, has been...

  • Ale's Well

    By Brandon HernandezPhotos by Stacy Keck Like pale ale seeping from an upended longneck, craft beer has soaked its way into the fabric of our county's culture. From the breweries that forge these frothy fermentables to the bars and restaurants that serve them and the beer-based businesses inspired...

  • Letter from the Editor

    By David Perloff (Published in the November 2010 issue) In those four little words lay all the vital information the camp nurse needed to assess my health. It wasn't band camp, but there were a couple kids who brought bugles, and after they'd blow shrill renditions of Reveille each morning, each camper...

  • Recipe for Success

    Photos by Brevin Blach In September, San Diego Restaurant Week gave thousands of people the chance to try great local restaurants at a discount. Tonight, PacificSD, the hometown hero of paper products, has scored two blind daters an even sweeter deal: all they can eat and drink, whatever they choose...

  • San Diego Beer Week

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  • Skirting the Issue

    By Ben EisensteinPhotos by Jeff "Turbo" Corrigan For Kris Denton, tending bar at the Tilted Kilt in East Village presents a unique challenge. "We sometimes have a bit of a problem with the ladies that come in here," says Denton, who's come a long way from his three-stoplight hometown of Nevada...

  • No Strings Attached

    By Seth Combs For Bryan Stratman, one half of local electro-rock duo Hyena, the big moment when he knew his band was catching on wasn't when he heard the band on local radio; nor was it when he heard local DJs spinning the band's song, "Kill Kids" in the clubs. Nope, it came with a simple trip...

  • Bringing the Heat

    By Seth CombsPhotos by Brevin Blach When "the roof, the roof, the roof is on fire," it's Jayson Summers' job to put it out. As a captain for the San Diego Fire Department, he takes those old Bloodhound Gang lyrics to heart. But when the sun goes down and the trucks are put away, he moonlights as...

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