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Eric Wolff

Staff/news writer

ericw@sdcitybeat.com

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Eric Wolff is a staff writer at CityBeat . He covers a wide variety of issues, but he places some emphasis on city politics, the environment and criminal justice. Sometimes, for a lark, he'll write about pet food.

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In February 2008, public-relations professional Gayle Lynn Falkenthal got a message from one her clients: A salesperson from KUSI had called to talk about getting the client on the air.  more

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Pot providers are considering suing Bonnie Dumanis and others more

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City not providing opportunity to minority- and women-owned contractors more

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In the summertime, dawn at Del Mar Racetrack means the workday is an hour old. Most of the action is in the stables, on the side of the track farthest from the grand stand. more

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NFL says Qualcomm Stadium ain't spiffy enough for the big game more

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Is economic recovery money helping San Diego businesses? Like good undergarments, it depends more

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The retiring commander of Navy Region Southwest talks sustainability, our fighting sailors, and why the Navy Broadway Complex puts San Diego in no extra danger more

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On Oct. 9, 2008, Manchester ended 43 years, eight months and nine days of marriage to Elizabeth Manchester by moving out of their La Jolla abode.  more

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The fight between green space and industry continues at the base of Broadway Pier more

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Is there any way to stop Qualcomm stadium from hemorrhaging money? more

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Admiral exits with passionate plea to break ground on Navy Broadway Complex more

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You know Ben Hueso, but do you know his older sibling Felipe, who wants Ben's job? more

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Council president dogged by campaign-related legal issues more

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Activist grabs political domain names of candidates more

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A battle between over documents leads to new City Hall security more

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Expense of new emergency center not included in accounting for proposed civic center more

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Maybe, just maybe, there's more room for public uses on the property than had previously been acknowledged. more

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Would critics of a new city hall make money if the project isn't built? more

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Understaffed city department takes forever on disability projects more

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