One of the biggest crowds at Politifest was at the debate over Measure C, the Chargers’ plan to build a convadium in East Village. City Councilman Chris Cate, architect Rob Quigley and former San Diego Economic Development Corp. CEO Julie Meier-Wright argued against the measure; while Chargers adviser Marcela Escobar-Eck, the San Diego Stadium Coalition’s Jason Riggs and Save Our Bolts’ Thomas Powell made […]
Politifest’s most raucous debate was over Measure K, a ballot measure that would require mandatory runoffs in the city.
Watch our two Politifest keynote speeches, given by conservative political commentator Reihan Salam and activist DeRay Mckesson.
Food writer Troy Johnson joins us on the podcast to talk about his big investigation of the local food scene. Plus, Comic-Con and fudging the numbers, Airbnb’s new SD taxes and more.
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.
On this San Diego Explained, Scott Lewis and NBC 7’s Catherine Garcia talk through what the Taxpayers Association’s trash law recommendation could mean for single-family homeowners.
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 this San Diego Explained, Andrew Keatts and NBC 7’s Catherine Garcia lay out what the hold-up has been with the community plan update process, and what small changes might make a big difference.
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.
On this San Diego Explained, NBC 7’s Catherine Garcia and VOSD’s Caty Green lay out your rights while dealing with police, whether that’s on a public street or your own front stoop.