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Meet the Freshmen: San Diego's Marcus Harris

Meet the Freshmen: San Diego's Marcus Harris Marcus Harris became the first member of the San Diego Toreros recruiting class after his early commitment, and the scoring machine could make his name known when he hits campus this Fall. Harris committed to USD back in November of 2013, not long … Read more on West Coast […]

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The Silver Lining to San Diego's Obscene Housing Prices

The Silver Lining to San Diego's Obscene Housing Prices San Diego's expensive housing market is often touted as one of the key impediments to economic growth, and many, including myself, have called for building more affordable housing. The lack of affordability is a barrier to home-ownership, higher … Read more on Voice of San Diego

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Report: Tigers scouring relief market, could show interest in San Diego's

Report: Tigers scouring relief market, could show interest in San Diego's … CBS Sports' Jon Heyman reported Wednesday that the Tigers are among at least a half-dozen teams "thought to be surveying the relief market" and believed Detroit could inquire about two relievers thought to be available in San Diego. Those two relievers? Read more […]

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What We Know About San Diego's Drone Industry

What We Know About San Diego's Drone Industry Local boosters hope to get more updated numbers soon. The San Diego Regional Economic Development Corp. is leading an effort to survey drone companies in San Diego, and perhaps other parts of Southern California, to assess the industry's current … Read more on Voice of San Diego

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Shire Pays Over $260M Upfront in IPO Detour for San Diego's Lumena

Shire Pays Over 0M Upfront in IPO Detour for San Diego's Lumena San Diego's Lumena Pharmaceuticals, which was on the road to raising $ 75 million in an IPO, has instead agreed to a $ 260 million-plus buyout offer from Shire (NASDAQ: SHPG), the Irish pharmaceutical giant. Since it was founded three years ago, Lumena … […]

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San Diego's Best Events in May

San Diego's Best Events in May May 7: Catch a wave, catch a flick, or catch them both at the four-day San Diego Surf Film Festival at Bird's Surf Shed. May 8: Live it up like a Louisiana local and get your groove on at the four-day Gator by the Bay zydeco, blues, and crawfish […]

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Roundtable: San Diego's Olympic Dreams; Sailing into Trouble; District 6

Roundtable: San Diego's Olympic Dreams; Sailing into Trouble; District 6 … Vincent Mudd wants San Diego to host the summer Olympic Games in 2024. He chairs the exploratory committee which has already submitted a preliminary proposal to the USOC, which hasn't decided whether the U.S. will submit any bid to the IOC or not. Read […]

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What's Next for San Diego's Opera Scene

What's Next for San Diego's Opera Scene What a lot of the general public doesn't understand or even have knowledge of, is that on Commercial Avenue there's the San Diego Opera Scenic Studios, and they build … all of the sets. We also build all the costumes locally. So welding shop, a wood … Read […]

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San Diego's Unemployment Rate Remains Unchanged; Stays At 7 Percent

San Diego's Unemployment Rate Remains Unchanged; Stays At 7 Percent San Diego County's 7 percent unemployment rate in February remained unchanged from a revised figure from January, but is below the estimated 8.1 percent at the same time a year ago, the state Employment Development Department announced Friday. Read more on KPBS

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Thursday's rainfall helped San Diego's water situation, but not much

Thursday's rainfall helped San Diego's water situation, but not much This week, the City of San Diego called on everyone to conserve water as California suffers under one of the worst droughts in recent history. Thursday's rainstorm helped out our situation a bit. .26 of rain fell at Lindbergh Field. "That will help … Read […]

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Chicano Park is One of San Diego's Best, Unofficial Skate Parks

Chicano Park is One of San Diego's Best, Unofficial Skate Parks The section of Chicano Park that is bound by National Ave., Dewey St., Newton Ave. and the Estrella del Mercado apartment complex has been turned into a de facto skate park with youths (and some not too youthful folks) from all over San Diego […]

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Culture Report: San Diego's Identity Carved Through 2013's Visual Arts

Culture Report: San Diego's Identity Carved Through 2013's Visual Arts San Diego suffers from a bit of an identity crisis. Are we a border city? Are we a beachy tourist trap? Are we a whale's vagina? It's hard to reconcile what San Diego is when we are so many things. The U-T's art critic Jim […]

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What is San Diego's economic DNA?

What is San Diego's economic DNA? That means San Diego has to be on the ever-changing leading edge. But that's nothing new for the area's leaders, says Mary Lindenstein Walshok, dean of the UC San Diego's extension, who co-authored Invention and Reinvention: The Evolution of San … Read more on U-T San Diego

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Behind San Diego's new-play boom

Behind San Diego's new-play boom Of all the new American plays that will come into the world over the next year or so, plenty will have been born in a San Diego ZIP code. □ Our town is known for fostering a thriving theater scene, topped by two big institutions (the Old Globe and La […]

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Change dispensed in designated parking meters will help San Diego's homeless

Change dispensed in designated parking meters will help San Diego's homeless SAN DIEGO – Those red devices that look like parking meters downtown today are for making donations to help the homeless. The Downtown San Diego Partnership launched its Make Change Count initiative, in which people can stick their spare change into … Read more on […]

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