Culture Report: Mingling Ahead at Meeting of the Minds
The revitalization of Tijuana (not to mention the good grubbin'), a dim outlook for the Che Cafe, San Diego Police Museum seeks a new home, San Diego Opera gets a progress report and more in our weekly culture roundup.
Alex Zaragoza | 6 hours ago |
A Relentless Campaigner – for Better or Worse
School board president Kevin Beiser has racked up an absurd amount of campaign funds, and a wide, diverse group of supporters who praise his responsiveness. But there's evidence his tireless campaigning bumps up against his classroom duties.
Mario Koran | October 17, 2014 |
Marco Gonzalez Calls ‘Bullshit’ on Dense Development Objectors
Andrew Keatts | October 20, 2014 |
Tijuana’s Winning Streak
Last year, Filner's binational Olympics bid was nearly laughed out of the room before it fizzled with his exit from office. But even without going through with the bid, we seem to have come to the collaborative place with Tijuana Filner was promoting all along.
Catherine Green | October 16, 2014 |
Exploring Tijuana’s Cultural Scene and More at Meeting of the Minds
Alex Zaragoza | October 17, 2014 |
Ex-Staffers: DeMaio Can Be Demanding and Demeaning But They Saw No Sexual Harassment
Several former staffers of congressional candidate Carl DeMaio said they'd ever seen or heard of him doing anything like what another ex-staffer, Todd Bosnich, alleges. But they all acknowledge he can be an extremely difficult person to serve, and some are no longer supporting him because of the way they were treated.
Scott Lewis | October 16, 2014 |
Who Does What for San Diego’s Business Community
Not sure how the Chamber of Commerce differs from the EDC? Or whether CONNECT's mission overlaps with CommNexus? This guide can help you differentiate between some of the biggest organizations that help cultivate San Diego's business climate.
Matthew Hose | 9 hours ago |
Morning Report: With State Money in Doubt, a Deal Is Struck
Randy Dotinga | 16 hours ago |
The City Puts Its Showdown With the State on Pause
The City Council, city attorney, state representatives and the mayor's office figured out a way to temporarily end a conflict between state and local law that threatened to close the tap to hundreds of millions of dollars in state money for local construction projects.