These were the most-read stories for the week of June 13-19, 2011.
On the chopping block, the teacher implores the union to explore concessions and save jobs.
For nearly three decades, thousands of Jehovah’s Witnesses have thoroughly scrubbed Qualcomm Stadium of a year of filth in advance of their convention. They’ve built its offices, too.
Where are guerrilla crocheters showing up?
After six months of debate, the state Legislature drove a stake into redevelopment’s heart, threatening just about all of San Diego’s plans.
I take to the airwaves with our news partners NBC San Diego to explain why and how the government builds affordable housing.
A sticky situation in Encinitas, a saucy combo of organs and pizza, a searing spat over Balboa Park and more in our weekly arts roundup.
Before becoming San Diego’s top cop, Bill Lansdowne won praise for how he handled controversy. Unlike those past scandals, Lansdowne’s own decisions here have contributed to the underpinnings of the latest.
Internationally renowned artist and designer James Hubbell has been making his home in the backcountry of San Diego since 1958. Even fire inspires his inventive nature.
The School of Communications at San Diego High was supposed to be a school for English learners. Now it’s a school of English learners, and its future is in question.
Brown’s stroke of the pen comes a day after the Legislature gutted the multi-billion-dollar revitalization system.