These were the most-read stories for the week of July 23-29.
In his run for mayor, DeMaio has changed his views on Balboa Park, arts, Social Security, roads and downtown.
The inspiring pioneer fought against sexism and refused to be a gay icon.
Thousands don’t pay their own hospital bills in San Diego County each year, passing the cost to everyone else. We illustrate how this trend and the costs have grown over the past decade.
Chaparral and controversy are native to Balboa Park, first set aside in the 1860s.
Behind the dispute over killer whale captivity and human safety.
Our event’s less than a week away, you can spend the night in the Museum of Art and other things to check out on the weekend.
Despite being set aside in an era ‘heyday of shady land deals’ in the late 1800s, the land known as City Park remained generally preserved.
Four billion dollars in unpaid hospital bills, what to do this weekend and an open letter to the LGBT community from DeMaio’s partner.
The Democratic mayoral candidate often puts on a show. Sometimes he seems like he’s the only honest person in the room. Sometimes he looks like an out-of-touch crank.
A remarkable Ride, the week in arts, GOP upset over military marchers and the auditor is miffed.
Dagny Salas is the web editor at Voice of San Diego. You can contact her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 619.550.5669.
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