These were the most-read stories for the week of April 19-25.

1. Lincoln High’s Polarizing Principal Bows Out

2.How San Diego Became a Cultural Institution Graveyard

3. School District Puts Teacher Evaluations on the Table

4. The Height of Trolley Tensions

5. Where Uber Dominates in San Diego

6. New Tech Companies, Old Buildings and the Downtown Space Jam

7. Tijuana Violence Ticks Up, But Don’t Blame Cartels

8. Fact Check: Zapf Takes a Car Allowance – But She’s Not the Only One

9. Local Economists: Yes, We Should Build a Stadium. No, It Doesn’t Make Economic Sense.

10. Two Mothers, Two Losses, One Unexpected Bond

Ana Ceballos is a reporting intern at Voice of San Diego. She can be reached at

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