Catherine Spearnak 10:30 a.m., March 31
San Diego may have to adopt the Borrego strategy: fallow farms in order to permit development.
Tapping the power to change things in Tijuana.
Miguel Buenrostro sits on the second floor of the old Mexicoach station, half a block from the nocturnal nexus of Sexta and Revolución. We are in a vacant, black-walled room that will soon be converted ...
Mike Peevey, president of the CPUC, has a reputation for being crude. Worse, he works for utility profits at the expense of ratepayers.
San Diego grape growers don’t blame it all on the rain.
When it comes to the California aggie scene, news headlines scream “drought,” conjuring up, at least in the minds of outsiders, sepia-toned images of impoverished farmers toiling in Dust Bowl grit. But whatever havoc has ...
Convention center propaganda machine is lubed and ready to spew.
Suppose San Diego spends $2 billion on a stadium and convention center expansion — then goes without adequate water
Fanny packs, Somalian dresses, and hijabs
Mother/daughter pair, Madina Mah and Khadija Musame, infused some serious style into the City Heights farmer’s market with their beautiful and vividly colored traditional Somali Bantu dresses. 21-year-old Mah told me that she always dresses ...
Flag them down, ride for free.
At a time when the taxi-versus-rideshare hubbub takes on momentum, a player slinks into San Diego and sets up shop downtown. The Free Ride offers a wave-us-down ride service in a coverage area between Little ...
San Diego's Allen Group has found out that Texas is friendly to business — particularly Texas-based businesses.
City checks on City Farmers’ recycling practices.
“When you’re running a small business and you get this stuff in the mail, you go, like, ‘Oh, crap.’” That was the initial reaction of Bill Tall in June when he received a letter from ...
Some companies move to Texas, but venture money flows to California.
Texas governor Rick Perry touts low taxes and wages, but the companies wanting brains stay in California.