When I was a student at USC, people would wear shirts around campus that said, “At USC we’re not snobs, we’re just better than you.” Annoying? Asbolutely. But it was a way of embracing and throwing critics’ “University of Spoiled Children” taunts back in their faces. This is newly relevant, as a certain smug Easterner […]
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Mandatory vaccines move forward, a Supreme Court justice thinks California “does not count” and art imitates life (or something) on “True Detective.”
The amazing names that crop up in reporting, the debates around a non-contiguous Convention Center expansion, Todd Bosnich’s big lie and more.
And people have feelings about it.
Back during the special mayoral race in 2013, I noticed a common thread among some of the photos being shared by different candidates to promote their campaigns. They were all dudes. Like, a lot of dudes. San Diego’s lifeguards endorse @NathanFletcher for mayor. pic.twitter.com/1Fu43Y4HBy — Rachel Laing (@RachelLaing) September 6, 2013 So in the […]
Assemblyman Rocky Chavez has a big fight on his hands: the race to become California’s next senator. But he still had some time this week to scrap with local legislators. In an op-ed for us, Chavez explains his objection to a bill written by another San Diego legislator, Assemblywoman Shirley Weber. The bill, which requires […]
Los Angeles feels like it’s getting closer. What was Beef Week? We got behind-the-scenes of Chargers city feud (and other media followed in various ways).
Atkins and Gonzalez are once again big winners as a major bill-passing deadline passes. But Atkins’ “big one” is still out there.
Welcome to Beef Week.
Decision day on a long list of bills, an Assembly slush fund meets its end, new questions about California’s congressional lines and more in our weekly Sacramento roundup.