Hints of the unexpected and undesigned cropped up throughout our eighth Meeting of the Minds, this time focused on some of the most inspiring architecture around San Diego.
GOP gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari said California has the most people living in poverty of any state in the nation.
California’s GOP candidate for governor Neel Kashkari shared what he took away from his homeless stint in Fresno, pointed out what he sees as big flaws in CEQA and defended his oversight of the big banks bailout.
State Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins downplayed her political power Saturday even as she committed to push for environmental and business reforms.
We jam-packed our live Politifest podcast with guests spanning several key pockets of San Diego. Check out interviews with BikeSD’s Sam Ollinger, binational affairs guru Mario Lopez, Modern Times beerman Jacob McKean and strategic communications pro Mindy Fletcher.
Our annual civics festival this year is the biggest yet. Join us Saturday in Liberty Station and get these burning questions answered. Bonus: local beer, the finest food truck fare and inflatable jousting for the kids and kids-at-heart.
Now through June 30, we’re accepting your project submissions for how to make San Diego better. We checked in with last year’s Idea Tournament winners to see how their idea for a tech-driven urban garden turned out.
Expect nothing less than a night of community-centric wonkery.
Mark your calendar for Nov. 5 for VOSD’s mayoral conversation at the Birch North Park Theatre.
The other Filner scandals, the city charter’s a mess, more port commissioner vs. city attorney, court says city doesn’t have to do Social Security and more.