Let’s be honest, all I thought about this week was Taylor Swift.
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Atkins tries to delay the vote to replace her, minimum wage bill gets shelved and the week in people-made-of-paper news.
North County Transit District comes out on top in bias lawsuit, Vogue gives props to a San Diego surf enthusiast and — just in! — Joshua Tree can get a little hot in the summertime.
About six years ago, I was sitting in my then-boyfriend’s tiny apartment in downtown L.A., and he mentioned that an old friend from Indiana was in town looking at grad schools. She’d stopped by that day and they’d hung out for a while, he said. Ours was a toxic, tumultuous relationship, so my first reaction […]
The first of at least three laws based on programs started in San Diego passed this week. Plus, Jerry Brown out-Browns himself at a transportation press conference, lawmakers re-examine Prop. 39 and more in our Sacramento roundup.
Life imitates art — especially if you live in California.
The future of Civic San Diego, infrastructure and affordable housing, oh my!
The week in fake news, followed by the week in real news.
New measures aim to boost turnout, Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins doesn’t rule out a challenge to Sen. Marty Block and more in our weekly Capitol roundup.
If your audience doesn’t understand what you cover, that’s probably your fault, not theirs.