Content for Tuesday, April 23, 2019

News & Stories

The sewage that Imperial Beach wants to put near San Ysidro

Surfrider site shows meeting with stakeholders only

San Ysidro residents were stunned and angry when they learned that neighboring Imperial Beach and the Surfrider Foundation are pushing a plan for an 80-acre capture basin for sewage, sediment and trash within a mile ...

AEG and H&S lobbyists vying for fresh Sports Arena deal

San Diego seeks new operators

After more than a year of closed-door negotiations with AEG Worldwide to extend the company's lease of what is currently known as Pechanga Arena San Diego, the city has launched a public solicitation for possible ...

Returned to Carnitas Uruapan and ordered the burrito again

The greatness starts with the carne

Every so often, a meal comes along that is so memorable, it plants a flag in your appetite and becomes a landmark to look back upon and fondly remember for the rest of your life. ...

Will San Diego aquaculture bring back abalone?

Coastkeeper and local fishermen cast a wary eye

Port officials looking to expand local aquaculture heard some good news this month. A two-year project by federal scientists that mapped the potential for aquaculture in the U.S. found ample promise in San Diego. And ...