Why My Daughter Has a New Zeal for Math (and Why That’s Good for SD Startups)
Blair Giesen | March 3, 2014 |
The One Big Hold-Up for Gloria’s Climate Action Plan
The local business community is already coming out against pieces of the new plan, and the impending arrival of Mayor-elect Kevin Faulconer means their concerns are likely to take center stage as the plan moves forward.
Andrew Keatts | February 21, 2014 |
What Tech Startups Are Doing to Survive in San Diego
Blair Giesen | February 19, 2014 |
Major Parking-Meter Overhaul Botched by ‘Personnel Matter’
Scott Lewis | February 13, 2014 |
The One Property That Could Hold Up Otay Mesa’s Community Plan
Andrew Keatts | February 13, 2014 |
It’s Getting Better — Not Worse — for San Diego Restaurants
Matt Gordon | February 10, 2014 |
‘I Just Wasn’t That Stoked on Where the City’s Going’
Jed Sundwall | February 6, 2014 |
What the New Craft Beer Study Does (and Doesn’t) Say
Randy Dotinga | February 6, 2014 |
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of the San Diego Tech Scene
Blair Giesen | January 30, 2014 |
Prosecutors: Azano Wanted a Navy Broadway Takeover
A federal prosecutor gave the first clue Friday to the biggest unanswered question in the campaign finance scandal: What did the wealthy Mexican national who allegedly conspired to illegally fund San Diego elections want?
Liam Dillon | January 24, 2014 |
Alvarez and Allies Slam Corporate CEO Donors While He Takes Their Money
The mayoral candidates and their allies appear to be trying to do two things: Identify an enormous blob of people to hate — "unions" and "downtown insiders" and "corporate CEOs" — and then tie their rivals to them.
Scott Lewis | January 15, 2014 |
Tax Increases to Pay for Affordable Housing: Who Supports What
Members of the Jobs Coalition say they support tax increases to fund affordable housing. But nailing down precisely which members support which tax hikes is tough since the group never took a formal vote on each item.