Takeaways from SeaWorld’s Big Anti-’Blackfish’ Campaign
Lisa Halverstadt | March 4, 2014 |
Meet the Anti-Minimum-Wage Group Funding Those Minimum-Wage Studies
Lisa Halverstadt | February 10, 2014 |
It’s Getting Better — Not Worse — for San Diego Restaurants
Matt Gordon | February 10, 2014 |
U-T San Diego CEO John Lynch Hands Reins to President Mike Hodges
In a memo to U-T San Diego staff, President Mike Hodges announced that he would be taking over day-to-day operations in place of CEO John Lynch, who would be managing new mergers. Lynch followed with a memo implying it may only be temporary.
Scott Lewis | February 7, 2014 |
What the New Craft Beer Study Does (and Doesn’t) Say
Randy Dotinga | February 6, 2014 |
Inside the Plan to Fix San Diego’s Hourglass Economy
Andrew Keatts | December 16, 2013 |
San Diego Explained: The Sports and Active Lifestyle Cluster
Catherine Green | December 12, 2013 |
‘I See a Lot of Underserved Populations in San Diego’
Andrew Keatts | December 2, 2013 |
Kevin Faulconer’s Bipartisan Bona Fides Have Helped Ocean Beach
Kevin Faulconer has seasoned experience after serving as chair of several City Council committees. They’re not very sexy or exciting but that work is what this city needs – major hands-on experience coupled with an interest in problem-solving on a neighborhood level.
Denny Knox | October 16, 2013 |
That Time Kevin Faulconer’s Own Community Plan Threatened a Manufacturer
A new mailer claims Kevin Faulconer "helped bring leaders together from the community and nearly every level of government to keep Solar Turbines in San Diego." That may be. But five years earlier, Faulconer helped create the reason Solar Turbines felt threatened in the first place.