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Empty Event Rally to have 480 empty seats to represent live event workers without jobs because of coronavirus
Expect a standing-room-only audience at today’s 2 p.m. San Diego Empty Event Rally, where all 480 chairs — 10 each at 48 tables — will, by design, be unoccupied. The empty chairs and tables will ...
What Players Could Help Out the Anemic Indians Offense?
The MLB trade deadline is set for August 31st, and the Indians with their offense looking like it's stuck in the mud could use some help. There's going to be plenty of names that the team will take a ...
The COVID-19 Triple Whammy
Two recent reports show that predominantly Black and Latino neighborhoods in San Diego County not only have the highest COVID-19 infection rates and are hardest hit by unemployment, but also ...
Turning Algae Into Environmentally-Friendly Flip-Flops At UC San Diego
UC San Diego faculty and student researchers have devised a way to turn algae into flip-flops. Once discarded, the flip-flops can decompose in as little as 16 weeks.
San Diego Council Still Undecided on Terms for Utility Franchise Agreement
San Diego's utilities future remains undecided after the City Council debated terms for a franchise agreement for its electric and natural gas provider this week.
San Diego Blacks and Latinos most likely to lose jobs and live in COVID hot spots, data shows
SANDAG data shows the minority populations are most likely to be hit hard by economic losses due to the pandemic — and live in areas with more COVID.
Why Joe Biden and Kamala Harris would be a disastrous duo in the year of George Floyd
The theme of this rotten year is racial justice. America needs a fix to our criminal justice system, not a reminder of just how broken it really is.
Cigarette smokers across the border take a hit
I spoke to Baja smokers about the news. “I’ve been smoking about the same amount,” said Elice Tucker, 56, “most of my friends down here in Rosarito, both Mexicans and Americans, are smokers. I believe ...
City of San Diego reveals housing plan to combat real estate inventory shortage
With demand up, supply down and mortgage rates at historic lows, realtors say sellers can’t keep homes on the market long enough to show them.
Local families worried about unemployment benefits expiring
SAN DIEGO — Millions of families that depend on unemployment payments during the pandemic may soon have less money, as the extra $600 in unemployment benefits from the federal government is set ...
What it’s like to start a job as a rabbi mid-pandemic
JTA — This is how Jason Nevarez thought starting his new job as senior rabbi of San Diego ... on their way out of services. “What was really nice was at least I was able to stand by the ...
Another bid percolating to rein in San Diego's short-term vacation rentals
A new proposal is percolating among city, labor and industry officials to rein in San Diego’s short ... sell them on the market,” said Campbell. The proposal would make home sharing legal ...