A trio of business owners took the mic Tuesday to share their stories – from airport woes to life as an entrepreneur in San Diego.
You can’t have a border discussion in Carlsbad. So we held Wednesday night’s installment of Meeting of the Minds, our popular arts and culture event highlighting San Diego’s creative world, as close to the border as we could get.
We kicked off our first VOSD Live podcast recording event Tuesday night, with Mayor Kevin Faulconer, San Diego Magazine’s Troy Johnson and arts commissioner Rebecca Smith. Check out the audio in full.
Our annual civics festival this year is the biggest yet. Join us Saturday in Liberty Station and get these burning questions answered. Bonus: local beer, the finest food truck fare and inflatable jousting for the kids and kids-at-heart.
Now through June 30, we’re accepting your project submissions for how to make San Diego better. We checked in with last year’s Idea Tournament winners to see how their idea for a tech-driven urban garden turned out.
We’re getting park reps and the experts onstage at the Museum of Contemporary Art in La Jolla to talk about SeaWorld’s footprint in San Diego. Watch the livestream video as the discussion unfolds.
On June 5, we’re getting together the experts – including a representative from SeaWorld – to talk through the park’s regional impact and what “Blackfish” means for San Diego’s future.
The department could be more transparent and is going to have to work through a lot when hiring new officers. Also, City Attorney Jan Goldsmith doesn’t seem to agree with some of his own arguments.
We’ll be talking officer misconduct, a potential mass exodus and whether proposed reforms will work at our Tuesday night panel on the future of the department.
We’re bringing in the experts Tuesday night, April 15, at Cherokee Point Elementary School to weigh in on the challenges the SDPD faces as it moves forward.