Once a civic gem, the Starlight Bowl is falling apart and there are no plans for how to fix it. “It’s a big black hole in the park,” says one park advocate.
Sen. Marty Block took the lead in a hearing this week to delve into the possibility of doing away with tuition at California’s community colleges. “As a marketing tool, free can’t be beat,” said Block, pointing out that while the California system is one of the most affordable in the nation, many high school graduates […]
With too much water on their hands, San Diego water officials find themselves paying to treat water not once but twice.
Councilwoman Lorie Zapf has a hard job. It shows.
Our long local nightmare is over.
Unsheltered homeless residents are increasingly settling on downtown streets, according to a business group that counts the homeless each month.
Bob Filner’s former chief of staff Lee Burdick has written a deep insider account of the nine insane months Filner was San Diego’s mayor. We’ve pulled out the most explosive anecdotes.
In ‘Bob Filner’s Monster,’ Lee Burdick describes moment after jaw-dropping moment of Filner’s villainy. But Filner isn’t the only one who looks bad.
Lee Burdick, who served as former Mayor Bob Filner’s chief of staff, offers her own account of why she joined the mayor’s team and stuck in the role as things came crashing down. Since Filner’s implosion, Burdick says her career has suffered from guilt by association. “I’m angry that I am no longer being evaluated – or even valued – based on my own merit,” she writes.
Councilman David Alvarez’s new infrastructure proposal acknowledges a problem that’s been going on for more than five years. Even though the city doesn’t have enough cash to fix its crumbling infrastructure, it can’t spend the money it does have quickly enough.