The San Diego Union


The San Diego Union, which was established in 1968, held the distinction of being the oldest newspaper in Southern California that maintained its name without any alterations. In 1992, it underwent a merger with the San Diego Evening Tribune, resulting in the newspaper being renamed The San Diego Union-Tribune, and it has been publishing continuously ever since.

1968 June 3


The Mothers Of Invention In Hit Concert
By Dick Barnes, p C4

The Mothers of Invention brought their attack on all things phony to San Diego Saturday night and left 3,000 San Diegans laughing uproariously โ€“ if somewhat nervously โ€“ at their satirical spoofs of American life. (read more)

Source: sandiegotribune, Andrew Greenaway,