The Convention Center Expansion & the Tourism Marketing District In the last few years some of San Diego’s most precious civic assets – the proceeds of tax collections, land leases and control of Balboa Park – have been turned over to the well to do/well connected by our elected officials. A number of those decisions […]
By Cory Briggs TOT – this small word may bring to mind a cute little child, a deep-fried mashed potato, or a dash of your favorite adult beverage. But in San Diego, TOT, an acronym for Transient Occupancy Tax, stands for missed opportunities, fiscal irresponsibility, and a shameful abrogation of civic responsibility to the moneyed […]
By Doug Porter There are more than two dozen community weekly media outlets in San Diego. Most appear on printed tabloid-sized newsprint editions. Some have a rather tenuous relationship with internet editions. Nationally speaking, paid circulation weeklies outnumber daily papers by a 6 to 1 margin. And nobody even keeps track of the smaller free […]
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By Linda Perine When Voice of San Diego (VOSD) began online publication nearly a decade ago the excitement in progressive San Diego was palpable. Here, finally, was an answer to the biased reporting that had been a hallmark of the UT for years (even before it was purchased by Doug Manchester). The world of journalism was being revolutionized as the […]
By Eva Posner Last week we provided an overview of Doug Manchester, the U-T, and the influence this combination has on the electorate of San Diego County. This week, the goal is to delve a bit deeper, using a recent issue to illustrate the intensity of collusion with the publisher of the region’s largest paper […]