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Kinsee Morlan
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Gay Sinclair, owner of the historic Wonder Bread building, hasn’t spoken publicly about Measure C, which would clear the way for a new joint Chargers stadium and convention center expansion. But she has been privately fuming over the issue since the team first announced its interest in the site in 2009. With the November vote looming, Sinclair is ready to talk.
Gay Sinclair has been selling off many of the buildings she owns in and around East Village. The one she says she'll never give up is the historic Wonder Bread building. Yet she might not have a choice. If Measure C passes, there's a chance the city could use eminent domain to force Sinclair to accept a deal and clear the way for a convadium. It wouldn't be the first time she's been forced to surrender a historic building for a stadium.
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Jacob McKean, founder of San Diego craft brewery and coffee roaster Modern Times, joins co-hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts this week to talk about what’s really going on when big corporations buy small craft breweries.
Jacob McKean, founder of San Diego craft brewery and coffee roaster Modern Times, joins co-hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts this week to talk about what's really going on when big corporations buy small craft breweries.
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Can’t tell Measure E from Measure L? We’ve got you covered.
Deep breath in. Here are all the local ballot measures for the city and county of San Diego — what they would do, how they got here and what your vote would mean. Get to studying.
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Episode four of Culturecast, VOSD’s podcast covering the intersection of arts and gentrification in Barrio Logan, explores community members’ fears that Barrio Logan will follow the same trajectory as East Village if the Chargers get their new downtown stadium. They say the arts scene that’s been flourishing in and around Barrio Logan will die if the stadium’s built.
Episode four of Culturecast, VOSD’s podcast covering the intersection of arts and gentrification in Barrio Logan, explores community members' fears that Barrio Logan will follow the same trajectory as East Village if the Chargers get their new downtown stadium. They say the arts scene that's been flourishing in and around Barrio Logan will die if the stadium's built.
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Activists are walking 130 miles from the border to Los Angeles to urge immigration reform, air monitors arrive in San Ysidro, RIP to Juan Gabriel and more in our roundup of news from the border.
Activists are walking 130 miles from the border to Los Angeles to urge immigration reform, air monitors arrive in San Ysidro, RIP to Juan Gabriel and more in our roundup of news from the border.
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Ducky Waddle's calls it quits, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego contracts before it expands and more in our weekly roundup of arts and culture news.
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José Susumo Azano Matsura, a Mexican businessman who has a Coronado home, and some of his associates were found guilty Friday of illegally funneling hundreds of thousands of dollars into San Diego political races. Azano was found guilty on three dozen different charges centering on donations to a handful of San Diego politicians in 2012, including Bonnie Dumanis and …
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The Barrio Logan arts explosion explodes on, an arts mystery in North Park solved, more on craft beer and “selling out” and more in our weekly digest of arts and culture news.
The Barrio Logan arts explosion explodes on, an arts mystery in North Park solved, more on craft beer and "selling out" and more in our weekly digest of arts and culture news.
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Can’t tell Measure E from Measure L? We’ve got you covered.
Deep breath in. Here are all the local ballot measures for the city and county of San Diego — what they would do, how they got here and what your vote would mean. Get to studying.
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Carol Williams to step down as the city’s civic organist, artistic interventions along the border and more in our weekly digest of arts and culture news.
Carol Williams to step down as the city's civic organist, artistic interventions along the border and more in our weekly digest of arts and culture news.
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The biggest race in November isn't a race at all, it's the ballot measure that would eliminate the possibility of citywide candidates winning outright in the June primary. Officials with both the Democratic Party and the local labor coalition said they anticipate Measure K to be a top spending priority.
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In the weeks since District 4 City Councilwoman Myrtle Cole said black-on-black crime justified racial profiling by law enforcement, a split has emerged in the community. Younger advocates have called for her resignation, while established community leaders have urged reconciliation.
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Engagement editor at @voiceofsandiego. Author of the Culture Report. Proud mom of two boys. Podcast nut. Send stuff to kinsee@vosd.org.
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    Arts, culture and web editor for a local altweekly newspaper and website, 2005 - 2015
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