These were the most-read stories for the week of May 28-June 03.

1. Trip to Movies Ends with Curfew Arrests 

On Saturday night, four teenage boys discovered the limits of the Police Department’s assurance to not arrest minors outside movie theaters for breaking curfew. They crossed a street.

2. Fifty Kids to a Class: Fact Check 

Statement: “If San Diego Unified goes through with the 1,600 layoffs of teachers, we’re going to have class sizes approaching 50,” Congressman Bob Filner said during a May 16 mayoral debate hosted by AM 600 KOGO.Determination: Barely True

3. A Reader’s Guide to Carl DeMaio 

The fiery Republican has rock-ribbed supporters and lasting enemies. He knows the issues better than anyone and he’s clear about the kind of city government he wants. The question is: Do you share his vision?

4. A Reader’s Guide to Nathan Fletcher 

The candidate’s stunning declaration of independence vaulted him to prominence. But how much can he break from the past?

5. Who City Hall’s Lobbyists Like for Mayor: Graphic 

City Hall’s lobbyists have contributed at least $57,000 to the four mayoral candidates vying to take the helm. See who they support.

6. Gov. Brown Hearts Fletcher 

The governor praises the independent mayoral candidate, but doesn’t make the endorsement jump.

7. Morning Report: Understanding Carl DeMaio 

Opera veteran advises on watching kids perform, shadow of doubt over Stephanie Crowe case and Duke Cunningham just won’t stop talking already.

8. Schools Insolvency: San Diego Explained 

Discussing possible insolvency at San Diego Unified and the battle over teacher layoffs on local television and radio.

9. A Reader’s Guide to Bob Filner 

The lone Democrat in the mayor’s race really wants you to know that he’s the lone Democrat in the mayor’s race. But he’s run a lackluster campaign.

10. The Mayoral Candidate Scorecard 

We take a quick look at the major mayoral candidates’ positions on significant city issues and give you background to learn more.

Dagny Salas is the web editor at Voice of San Diego. You can contact her directly at dagny.salas@voiceofsandiego.org or 619.550.5669.

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Dagny Salas

Dagny Salas was web editor at Voice of San Diego from 2010 to 2013. She was an investigative fellow at VOSD from 2009 to 2010.

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