November 13th, 2016

Does Election Mark a New Era at City Hall?

Leadership, Composition of City Council Could Alter the Playing Field

Conjecture abounds about the meaning of Tuesday’s local election results and the impact, if any, on the workings at San Diego City Hall. A solid Democrat majority will take a full grip of the city council reins and is expected to heavily influence the selection


October 30th, 2016

Thinking Beyond Election Day

Hotel Tax Increase Will Remain Topic of Discussion Post November 8

With election day a little more than a week away, the consensus among local pundits is that neither stadium related ballot measures C or D will gain anywhere near the 66.7 percent required for passage.

Less certain is the possibility that one of the two initiatives might


September 11th, 2016

San Diego — At The Forefront of Animal Conservation

Zoo, SeaWorld Lauded for Leadership Initiatives.

This week, San Diego played proud host to the Association of Zoos & Aquariums (AZA) during the organization’s 2016 annual meeting. The five-day gathering brought together professionals from around the country and throughout the world dedicated to wildlife preservation.

High on the agenda for this year’s meeting was the


September 4th, 2016

ICYMI: The Week In Headlines

As the Summer Winds Down, the Politics Heat Up

It’s the Labor Day weekend, the unofficial end to summer and the traditional kick off to the fall campaign season. And this year, perhaps for the first time in a very long time, it will be a particularly meaningful one for the region’s tourism sector.