North Park Book Fair

Hey all! Next Saturday, July 17, I’ll be participating in the first ever North Park Book Fair. Hosted by Verbatim Books, North Park Thursday Market, and North Park Main Street, it’s an open-air street fair for book lovers, with two blocks of books, zines, and comics, as well as literary art, food, and live performances... Continue Reading →

Mojave National Preserve

Hello all! Hope everyone is planning a safe 4th of July holiday weekend that doesn’t include lighting the Western U.S. on fire. Myself, I’m heading to Mojave National Preserve for two days of field survey, because that’s the type of thing you get to do as an archaeologist in southern California. I’ll be examining “guzzlers”... Continue Reading →

Booms to Burbs in Old San Diego

Did you know the City of San Diego had a local public rail transportation system as early as 1886? PanGIS occasionally uncovers remnants of this network buried beneath the streets. Using route maps and contemporaneous photographs, GIS Intern Rhiannon Killian created a story map outlining the rail networks and history of early San Diego public... Continue Reading →

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