CityBeat had to stop traffic to get this week’s cover shot by Jeff “Turbo” Corrigan. And believe it or not, the artists and activists pictured on the cover aren’t the only folks behind the ongoing renaissance of one inspired block of Logan Avenue.
Ari Zelkind (right, pictured with writer Jennifer Coburn and photographer Jeff “Turbo” Corrigan) displayed maturity beyond his 14 years of age during a photo shoot for our cover story on Zelkind’s transition from a girl to a boy.
Brittany Maynard’s decision to move from California to Oregon to take advantage of that state’s Death with Dignity law sparked national interest and created political movement in California’s state Senate.
Photographer Stacy Keck shot the Out Here brothers for this week’s cover feature on San Diegans who are doing exciting cultural things in Tijuana. Armed with her Canon 5D Mark II, the local shooter didn’t need much convincing when it came to the idea of a Mexico adventure.
New CityBeat art director Carolyn Ramos gets kudos for the cover two weeks in a row. She read Michael Gardiner’s feature story about how local restaurants are considering using flat service charges instead of traditional tipping for servers.
This week’s cover design features a collage of photos of legendary Tacoma garage rock band The Sonics, who formed more than 50 years ago, and just released their first album since the 1960s, This Is the Sonics.