Late Wednesday, the California Coastal Commission voted 7-5 to remove its executive director, Charles Lester, after a long day of public testimony and social media rallying. Toni Atkins, the speaker of the Assembly, seemed shocked as the decision became more and more obvious: “Let me apologize to the public. I truly thought my appointees would […]
Craft beer is big business in San Diego, as endless news stories have pointed out, and businesses have tried offering upscale donuts, fancy milkshakes (whither, ShakeAway?) and gourmet vegan peanut butter (RIP, Spread). But what about coffee? “We’re definitely one of the fastest-growing coffee cities right now,” says Daniel Green of InterContinental Coffee Trading, a local […]
Gentrification’s downside, the race to replace Todd Gloria, “Lawful but Awful” fatal shootings, Uber update, fish farm politics, homes for vets and craft beer with sprinkles on top?
Water, water, everywhere (for once) and there’s even too much. City attorney hopefuls tackle body camera issue. Filner costs taxpayers another $667K. And the U-T deliciously trolls the city over a pricey logo.
In an local election season that’s been shaping up to be surprisingly anti-climatic, an intense Democrat-on-Democrat battle was brewing in the race for the 39th state Senate seat, which serves much of the city of San Diego and a few other coastal cities. The race, which began with bad blood between the two over an alleged […]
Inside the villainous world of Filner, attorney general weighs in on school bond rules, beach communities want sand, local debt firm makes (negative) national mark, and vanishing city name raises eyebrows.
Women fight back against Filner’s denial, L.A. mayor fine with Bolts staying here, SeaWorld pulls anti-death safety system, more El Niño predictions and local bee (gee!) trivia.
Ex-mayor in a state of denial, infrastructure fix is limited, Chargers trademark bid doesn’t reveal intentions, tuna treaty’s in trouble, El Chapo roundup and a memorable encounter (Penncounter?)
Chargers face a big dilemma, Poway school chief’s “me-too” negotiating strategy, a bizarre new idea to fix La Jolla stench, feds pitch flood insurance (which you probably don’t have) and another sea snake washes up.
Sheriff mum over nasty email probe, El Chapo could face trial here, UCSD applications on the rise and a dog-sea lion confab.