Looking forward [Re: “The new Pendry,” Vol. 18, Issue 1 or online at tinyurl.com/znz4fer] Wow! Looking forward to checking out The Pendry on my next visit to San Diego! —Dena Morgan via sandiegodowntownnews.com
Suggestions on homeless I’d like to propose a few changes in homeless policies vis a vis the homeless Downtown. First off, I don’t believe that people should be living on the streets in “America’s Finest City.” It’s not only embarrassing, but downright insensitive and inhumane.
Mobility concerns in the park [Ref: “Back to the future,” Vol. 17, Issue 8 or online at tinyurl.com/zxkntgy] I work over in Balboa Park and I thought I’d give you a little heads up about some misinformation on the front page. Interesting article about the electriquettes; Mr. Alex Owens put out an interesting piece but […]
New park has no local focus I can honestly say that I’m a bit disappointed by the long-awaited opening of the new public park fronting Horton Plaza Downtown. Not that it isn’t aesthetic and utilitarian … and don’t get me wrong, as a coffee lover, I really like Starbucks; but there’s a Starbucks on virtually […]
Educating the public about solar Ref: “Solar ‘cap’ is fast approaching,” Vol. 14, Issue 6, or online at tinyurl.com/hhv3ssn] I just wanted to reach out and say that your article on the approaching net metering cap a month ago was awesome, as well as introduce myself and see if you’d like to be included for upcoming […]
The resurrection of Downtown [Ref: “Sparring Proposals,” Vol. 17, Issue 5 or online at tinyurl.com/hne9h5e.] I don’t want to and I won’t read any more editorials after this one about the Chargers proposed stadium Downtown and why it is good or bad for San Diego. I first came to San Diego to live in July […]
The ‘convadium’ conundrum [Ref: “The ‘convadium’ tax hike option,” Vol. 17, Issue 4, or online at tinyurl.com/jvemogv] What do you think about this scam billionaire team owners have done to millions of Americans? Billionaires set up an organization to make $100s of millions every year with their workers making millions. We, the public, spent many […]
A lifetime of art [Ref: “#ArtYouEnjoy,” Vol. 16, Issue 6, or at tinyurl.com/hhulhjs] I enjoyed reading your story and learning about [her] family. I met Phylicia a week ago. I am a multimedia artist; I am 73 and still creating and producing my artwork. We moved from Julian to the city of San Diego almost […]