Most Popular: Aug. 10-16 These were the most-read stories for the week of Aug. 10-16. Image via NBC 7 San DiegoGloria Allred, center, holds up a Filner warning sign. Partner Voices Subscribe to San Diego's top stories. Sign Up By Voice of San Diego | August 17, 2013 These were the most-read stories for the week of Aug. 10-16. 1. The 3 Most Absurd Media Stunts of the Filner Scandal 2. Locks Changed, Mayor’s Back, Council Unites Against Him 3. Morning Report: For Filner, One Mistruth After Another 4. The Trouble With a Filner ‘Deal’ 5. San Diego Should Be Proud Support Independent Journalism Today I would like to donate $ Per Month Per Year One Time Donate Now What benefits do VOSD members get? 6. Morning Report: The Mayor Stands Alone 7. SD’s Top Cop: City Needs ‘a Very Steady Hand’ 8. Breaking Bad in 1970s Coronado 9. Amid Filner Troubles, a Major Policy Shift 10. Where’s the Mayor? This article relates to: News, Top Stories Written by Voice of San Diego Partner Voices Related Articles For the Homeless, the Mayor Wants a Big Tent Now, Homes Later City Council, Government, Homelessness The 7 Types of Fake News Media, News San Diego Explained: A Patchwork of Pot Policies City Council, Marijuana, News, San Diego Explained Comments We're striving for the best possible discussion and may delete comments using our editorial judgment. To read our full comment policy, click here. Post navigation ← Morning Report: City Comptroller Unplugged The Recall Bid: Questions and Answers → 0 comments   Get Livefyre FAQ Sign in + Follow Post comment Link Newest | Oldest The Latest We Know Why Teachers Leave Poor Schools – But Not How to Make Them Stay Southern California Is Drowning in Drought-Proofing Projects San Diego Explained: School Bond Funds Can Be Spent on Employees After All Morning Report: Poor Schools Set to Bear the Brunt of Teacher Layoffs The District Schools Facing the Most Layoffs Are Overwhelmingly Poor North County Report: Behold, a Development Battle With a Happy Ending Density Decisions Hinge on Logic, Not Party Morning Report: Why Bilingual Job Applicants Are So Scarce San Diego’s Bilingual Paradox Culture Report: We Reap What They Sew For the Homeless, the Mayor Wants a Big Tent Now, Homes Later Morning Report: Even Arts Districts Can’t Stop Rising Rents Even in a Space for Cash-Strapped Arts Groups, the Rent Is Too Damn High Morning Report: Not Much Help for San Diego’s Newly Homeless Quick Fixes Won’t Work for San Diego’s Disabled Homeless Population San Diego Has Few Resources to Ensure the Newly Homeless Don’t Become the Chronically Homeless What We Learned This Week Morning Report: Fixing the System Behind San Diego’s Transportation System Top Stories: Mar. 11-Mar. 17 VOSD Podcast: Your Vacation Rental Is Now Illegal Here’s How the Public Can Get Answers on SoccerCity Before the Window for Input Closes Sacramento Report: Taking on Human Trafficking, Round 2 Gonzalez Bill Would Reform SANDAG – and Make San Diego’s Mayor Way More Powerful This Change Could Rein in Costs on the Wildly Expensive Mid-Coast Trolley Project Morning Report: Teacher Layoffs Hurt Poorest Schools Most San Diego Explained: Local Officials Are Wary of the Gov’s Water Plan Why District Layoffs Hit Poor Schools the Hardest The Most Effective Ways to Advocate for Your Cause Good Schools for All: How Cajon Valley Is Killing it Top SD Water Official Wants Tijuana to Prioritize Sewer Water Over Desal Water Morning Report: Airbnb Is Blowing Up Again North County Report: Town Halls Long on Anger, Short on Local Issues Residents Get Ready to Rip Another New Trolley Stop Density Plan State Outsourcing Law Could Complicate San Diego Unified’s Plan to Kill Internal Audit Office Morning Report: South Bay’s Unexpected Beer Boom Culture Report: Meth Addiction Takes Center Stage The South Bay’s Craft Beer Boom Is Upending Assumptions Morning Report: The School Bond Spending Loophole School Bond Money Can Be — and Is — Used on Employee Salaries Border Report: Baja’s Farm Laborers Demand Better Treatment, Again Morning Report: The Battle for Struggling Students San Diego Unified Wants to Shut Down — and Mimic — Online Charters What We Learned This Week Morning Report: Crackdown on Brewery Catering Top Stories: Mar. 4-Mar. 10 VOSD Podcast: The Other Thing SANDAG Hid Sacramento Report: State Regulators Crack Down on Beer Distributor Scheme ‘A Hopeful Tale of What San Diego Might Become’ It’s About to Get Harder to Buy Food at Your Local Brewery Morning Report: What the Heck Is Community Choice Aggregation?