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These were the most-read stories for the week of Dec. 24-30.
In a year of transitions, photos captured the ongoing story of San Diego.
The most diverse district, VOSD’s standout stories, Top Quotes of 2012, Critical Mass criticism, and a schoolyard suit.
The VOSD Encyclopedia entry on Filner, debate over widening (the I-5, not your belly), and the master of disaster.
Consider this the Voice of San Diego encyclopedia entry on the new mayor.
San Diego is in the process of updating 12 community plans. First up is Barrio Logan.
An update from Liz Hirsch, a woman who has been staying in the San Diego Rescue Mission shelter.
We combed through all the noise to find the most telling quotations of 2012.
Three ways the city’s changed, City Heights kids getting some notice, Filner criticized for halting Transit-friendly project and what we learned this week.
Barrio Logan will face some tough decisions, the San Diego Opera’s poster designer has a unique resume, and District 4 is the city’s most diverse.
There are plenty of responsible cycling enthusiasts in the San Diego County area. Too bad the group Critical Mass is not among them.
Dagny Salas is the web editor at Voice of San Diego. You can contact her directly at email@example.com or 619.550.5669.
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