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- Rewriting local history: Charlottesville standoff echoed in San Diego battles - UT San DiegoAugust 20, 2017 1:58 pm
- Can Craft Breweries Transform America's Post-Industrial Neighborhoods? - CityLabAugust 17, 2017 9:27 am
- UCSD's 6th College, a 995,000-square-foot, seven building complex: Construction to start in a year - UT San DiegoAugust 13, 2017 4:52 pm
- Balboa Park project upheld, more lawsuits pending - UT San DiegoAugust 13, 2017 4:44 pm
- What does "gentrification" really mean? | Modern CitiesAugust 13, 2017 4:38 pm
- San Diego Mayor's top aide explains state of the game for SoccerCity - UnionTribAugust 7, 2017 11:10 am
- Another Nail in the Coffin of the Internal Combustion Engine? - PlanetizenAugust 1, 2017 6:09 am
- Newschool block sold for $34M, redevelopment planned at East Village site - UT San DiegoJuly 27, 2017 11:54 am
- State Supreme Court sides with SANDAG in environmental lawsuit - UT San DiegoJuly 17, 2017 11:18 pm
- Tiny Homes Are Baby Steps Toward Reversing the Housing Crisis - CityLabJuly 17, 2017 11:03 pm
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I’ve been driving my electric car (aka EV for electric vehicle) for a little shy of a year now. While I love it (I even bought a second one), I realize they’re not for everybody. Below are some reasons you might hate an EV:
The idea for grand pedestrian routes through downtown San Diego is not new. In 1908, John Nolen famously had vision of a Promenade from Balboa Park to San Diego Bay along what is now Cedar Street. Just imagine how that would be today if it had been implemented 100 years ago, with the beautiful County […]
The San Diego Region will struggle in every neighborhood to accommodate the population growth forecasted by SANDAG – as many as a million new residents by 2050. San Diego already has a widely-recognized housing shortage that results in major annual price increases and undermines the city’s climate action plan as commuters go farther afield in […]
Well, San Diego and Imperial Counties, have you had enough? Has the lunacy in the rest of California finally gotten to you? Do you listen to the political drivel emanating from our “leaders” in Sacramento and wish for a divorce? Does the recent talk of a “Calexit,” California leaving the U.S., have you wishing that […]
- Labor, Environment, and Social Justice Groups create coalition to facilitate and advocate for affordable housing in San Diego.
- Series of Events to Address San Diego’s Housing Crisis
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- Post-Traumatic San Diego – An insider’s guide to surviving demons and hard luck in “America’s finest city”
- AIA-SD and E+DC open letter regarding the Soccer City proposal for the Qualcomm Stadium site
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- The bad news inside the good news about the end of California’s drought.