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Perry Vasquez: Collaborate Jul 31, 2015 The local artist, teacher and curator will discuss the importance of artistic collaboration at this CreativeMornings talk. 112 other events on Friday, July 31
 
Arts & Culture feature
From SuicideGirls and Walking Dead haunted houses to superhero art shows and Nerdist carnivals, there’s plenty to do without a pass.
All Things Tech
Legacy businesses, like MLB, can’t harness control forever
Seen Local
Real estate company carves out significant space for local art
Seen Local
Artist Carl Raymond Schmidt says it’s OK to play
The Beerdist
A rundown of beer events at this year's convention

 

 
 
News

San Diego cannabis growers see daylight for shadow industry

Proposed state legislation would create licensing program

Advocates in San Diego have long complained that local law enforcement has provided no clear guidelines for cultivation, raiding growers seemingly at random.

By Joshua Emerson Smith
From the Editor Seau’s silent treatment JUL 29 | By Ron Donoho Hall of Fame still won’t let Junior’s daughter speak
Divided State of America Trump is just playing the percentages JUL 29 | By Chad Peace Billionaire candidate only needs a small fraction of voters
Sordid Tales Rihanna’s oversexed take on American history JUL 27 | By Edwin Decker Singer doesn’t know when to lay off the sex stuff
News Facing community pressure, officials to study alternatives to state Route 94 expansion JUL 22 | By Joshua Emerson Smith Transit advocates claim short-term victory in regional transportation fight
From the Editor More poker faces with Chargers stadium game JUL 22 | By Ron Donoho We haven’t seen the river card, yet
Spin Cycle The nomination of Bob Ottilie JUL 22 | By John R. Lamb Ethics Commission spat goes public

Last Blog on Earth

Judge rejects county's request for new trial in Daniel Sisson case

Pending an appeal, a $3-million verdict stands

In November, a jury found San Diego County liable in the death of Daniel Sisson, a 21-year-old inmate in the Vista Detention Facility (VDF) who died in his cell on June 25, 2011, from an asthma attack...
Read more 2015-01-26

What Donna Frye said at yesterday's anti-Carl DeMaio press conference--with video!

During his tenure on the San Diego City Council, rarely did Carl DeMaio not have his laptop open during council meetings. Was he taking notes? Being eco-friendly by not printing up docket material? Maybe. But it was pretty well-known that he was also working on personal business. Staffers would even take covert cellphone photos of DeMaio's laptop screen. But no one would talk about it on the record—until yesterday, when former Councilmember Donna Frye brought it up at a press conference during which she urged voters to pick incumbent Rep. Scott Peters over DeMaio for the 52nd District congressional seat. Frye mentioned it in response to U-T San Diego reporter Mark Walker asking her to expand on a comment she'd made about DeMaio exhibiting "behavior unbecoming of a public servant." ...
Read more 2014-10-30

Gag rule proposed by Civic San Diego board chair

Latest move in the fight over redevelopment 2.0

The war among Civic San Diego’s board of directors continues. On one side, there are those who want elected officials to closely regulate the city-owned nonprofit. On the other, there are those vying for as much autonomy as possible. The most recent salvo came from board Chair Cynthia Morgan, who last week proposed a gag rule for board members. ...
Read more 2014-10-28
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