All in Business
On October 25, 2018 the San Diego Federalist Society hosted an event on the competing Mission Valley stadium site initiatives. SoccerCity project manager Nick Stone and SDSU West Steering Committee member Fred Pierce outlined the merits of their respective sides. L.A. Galaxy radio broadcaster Joe Tutino served as moderator. In Part 1, we hear the presentations from the two sides, and in Part 2 we hear the Q&A from the audience.
The SoccerCity Measure E campaign landed a major endorsement on Tuesday when VAVI Sports and Social Club declared its support for the fully privately funded plan to redevelop the Mission Valley stadium site that the Chargers used to call home.
We, as SDSU alumni, should absolutely reject the Measure G option that bears our university’s name on this November ballot.
With just four weeks to go until the November election, and in the wake of the most successful Politifest event in the history of Politifests, I wanted to catch up with Nick Stone from SoccerCity to recap the scintillating debate that so many people attended.
Limited time only. Listen to the full audio from the Politifest debate moderated by Scott Lewis between SDSU West, SoccerCity or neither. Politifest Bonus Pod.
The Community Plan Update sees the area re-zoned for more than 10,000 additional housing units and includes several new roads, 30 acres of new parkland, trails for walking and biking and seeks to connect San Diego Bay to Mission Bay, a new recreation center for future residents and a vibrant entertainment area that incorporates a mix of entertainment, office, retail, housing and park space to be potentially developed with the existing Sports Arena, with a new Sports Arena or even without a Sports Arena.
Several talking points have emerged in the week since Lewis’ story broke, including many that have appeared on this very site in recent weeks and months, but some command more attention than others.
In this episode, Chronicle contributor Denzel Walkes sits down with co-founder Jonathan Barbarin to talk about the origins of Thunderhawk Alements, the process that Jonathan and his business partner Bill Lindsay went through to execute the build out of their facility, some of the bullsh*t hipster beer culture that has sprung up around San Diego, the dearth of diversity in the industry and much more.