Dallas McLaughlin, Voice of San Diego

Dallas McLaughlin

Voice of San Diego

Placentia, CA, United States

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Past articles by Dallas:

Morning Report: Is a New Arena-Housing-Retail Plan in the Works?

Just when you thought it was safe to delete all your stadium talk e-mails and blog posts, the Sports Arena rears its head! On the VOSD Podcast this week, Scott Lewis describes a polling call he received that floated changes to the coastal height limit and other zoning issues. The lease for the Valley View Casino Center, … → Read More

I Made it in San Diego: The Theater Company That Went From a Chicken Coop to Center Stage in Carlsbad

In our latest episode of “I Made it in San Diego,” Kristianne Kurner talks about how she turned a scrappy little theater company in Carlsbad into one of the region's most respected. → Read More

Morning Report: Hoteliers Huddle with Left

Andrew Keatts got a scoop. A group of movers and shakers in San Diego has been meeting to come up with a plan for either one or two tax hikes for next year’s ballot to fund the Convention Center expansion, affordable housing and homeless services. The group includes homeless advocate Michael McConnell, Michael McDowell, from the Lodging Industry Association … → Read More

Morning Report: Success of Mid-Coast Trolley Could Come Down to Buses

The $2.1 billion project that will extend the light rail from Old Town to University Town Center may not actually help commuters who need it the most, contributor Alon Levy writes. Levy wrote that as the region waits for other major mass transit projects, we could increase the frequency and timing of the east-west lines from the beaches … → Read More

It's Done: San Diego Sports Media Decides to Largely Stick With Chargers Football

After grappling with months of disbelief and uncertainty about their business models going forward, most in local media have decided to still treat the Chargers as the local favorite worth following, though with a bit of distance. → Read More

Everyone's Welcome in Ocean Beach — Just Not Big Business

OB might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but everyone is welcome. Unless you’re Target. → Read More

Why You’re Hearing the Padres on the Station That Plays Sublime and Nirvana

Two of San Diego’s iconic radio stations are making significant gambles in an effort to bring in new fans. → Read More