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Secrecy cloaks SDSU's Mission Valley land deal

Lobbying costs hidden as CSU spurns public records request

As the California State University system pushes forward with its efforts to grab a major chunk of Mission Valley for "SDSU West" and a new stadium costing a currently estimated $250 million, negotiations between the ...

10 Best lists for classical music

The Marriage of Figaro, Carmen, Otello, Trout Quintet – everyone would agree

In speaking with a friend the other day, the topic of “10 pieces of classical music everyone should hear before they die” came up. We came up with three pieces before the parameters of the ...

Clairemont braces for density

Will NIMBY suburban go YIMBY urban?

Our mayor has a dream, a dream in which NIMBYs click their heels three times and turn into YIMBYs joyfully proclaiming, “Yes, in my backyard.” In this perfect world, constituents no longer have any anti-housing ...

Linda Vista's Skate World, you're fine, now go away

Plans for big box store

Linda Vista residents were stunned to learn Monday night that Civic San Diego, a wing of city government, is quietly selling off the land beneath the historic building that is Skate World, where 15,000 people ...

Cars end up on Pacific and Mission Beach boardwalk

Blame Uber drivers, their customers, or Zonies?

“What in the hell is that car doing?” said Stephanie Z. when she saw a black SUV driving along the Pacific Beach Boardwalk — on February 7. “The driver stopped and tried to reverse,” she ...

Whatever Lola's got

Six months in and already a taco destination

San Diegans rejoice, because we are experiencing a golden age of tacos. Great tacos are nothing new here. Taco shops are one of the things people miss most when they move away. But new taco ...

Bitter is back at Bay City Brewing

How can a hoppy beer stand out in a city full of good IPAs?

About 100 new breweries have opened in San Diego over the past five years, posing a significant challenge to any craft beer brand trying to distinguish itself. At least one has proven no slouch at ...

Estimate the enemy with Sun Tzu’s The Art of War

“Who goes to war or builds a house without first counting up the cost?”

Good Shepherd Missionary Baptist Church Contact: 390 South 39th St, San Diego 619-263-5557 Membership: 40 Pastor: Gregory O. Morgan Age: 62 Born: Monroe, LA Formation: Faith Evangelical Seminary (Faith International University), Tacoma, WA Years ...

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