SIRO-AMar 09, 2014A six member Japanese performance group from Sendai, Japan who combine interactive entertainment with electronic music and visual illusions that has been described as "Japan's answer to the Blue Man Group.44 other events on Sunday, March 9
Spin reached out to the Faulconer folks to get an idea how the new mayor plans to govern in the short term, particularly in the 30-day window afforded the City Council to pick his District 2 replacement.
One bright spot for Democrats—unless they mess this up, too—is the coming San Diego City Council decision on who’ll fill the remainder of Mayor-Elect Kevin Faulconer’s District 2 council term, which runs through early December.
If you’re a registered voter, perhaps you’ve received the placemat-sized, full-color campaign mailer with the blaring headline “David Alvarez, A Mayor for SOME.” It went out early in the campaign and has appeared again in recent weeks.
Spin Cycle joined Gloria on the inaugural—and somewhat jerky—tram ride into the park, along with a few dozen other city officials, park enthusiasts and Ace Parking employees who will operate the tram system under a contract with the city.
The hotel industry is firmly behind Faulconer in this mayoral run. So it’s not hard to fathom how a $1,000-a-night presidential suite at the pristine Courtyard Marriott on Broadway was made available for a half-hour press conference that drew four reporters.
Last week, City Councilmember and mayor-wannabe Kevin Faulconer stood outside City Hall before a bevy of cameras (in this case, two, with possibly one from the campaign) and a pittance of reporters to unveil his five-point “Transparency First” plan.