Vox.com co-founder (and secret San Diegan) Melissa Bell joins us on this week’s special #bosslady edition of the podcast.
A years-long battle between the county’s Water Authority and Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. Plus, a dramatic interpretation of a tense meeting between Qualcomm and stadium boosters and more on this week’s podcast.
Consider the options: Pay upwards of $1 billion for a brand new Chargers stadium, or fix up the old one for a fraction of that cost.
The city attorney joins us on this week’s podcast to talk Chargers stadium, Plaza de Panama and the things he regrets about his time in the office so far.
Inside the fascinating world – really – of signature-gatherers. Plus, getting the facts straight on the Chargers’ 2005 plan for Mission Valley, why you should care about the status of your community plan’s update and more on the podcast.
On a special edition podcast, land use consultant Marcela Escobar-Eck gets in deep on some of San Diego’s biggest projects she’s worked on.
Stadium task force spokesman Tony Manolatos joins us on the podcast this week. Plus, disputed “best neighborhoods” and the challenges of education reporting.
One Paseo isn’t smart growth, it’s “actually very dumb growth,” the City Council president tells us on this week’s podcast.
Airbnb hosts might get some reprieve when the city eventually overhauls its approach to vacation rentals, but until then, it helps to know the rules. That and more on this week’s podcast.
On the podcast: Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts recap the drama that unfolded between the city and the Chargers this week.