Media Coverage

Media Coverage

Digital Media

Landscapes of Inequality: “Liquorlining,” Systemic Racism, and Public Health Equity, 04/08/2022

Alcohol Marketing and Youth – David Jernigan, Alcohol Policy Panel Breakfast, 08/23/2013

Print Media

Opinion: Growing ‘Alcoholification’ Ignores The Societal of Costs of Drinking

Persuasive Summer Liquor Ads Sell Fun, But At What Cost?

Jerry Brown vetoes later bar closing times

Op-ed:  It’s Time to Fix the Encinitas Downtown Bar Scene

Radio Coverage

Escondido Police Chief Craig Carter: 4 a.m. Bar Bill Full Interview

Television Coverage

Media Advisories

Alcohol Outlet Density, Equity and Lower Income Neighborhoods

The Impacts of Alcohol on Women: From Cancer to Mental Health

Alcohol Harm And Covid-19: Solutions That Can Reduce Both

Evaluating California Alcoholic Beverage Control’s (ABC) Regulatory Relief During Covid-19

A Vision for Reducing Health Care Costs

The Secondhand Effects Of Alcohol

Alcohol And Sexual Violence

Creating Cities We All Want to Live In

Addressing Alcohol Overconcentration Through Zoning And Planning

Suicide and Alcohol Use In San Diego County

Alcohol Policies at the State Level

The Intersection Of Alcohol, Mental Health And The Environment

Alcohol In San Diego County

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Utilizing the Power of Community Coalitions to Define the Character of Their Communities

Story Ideas

Late night environments: bar ‘‘morphing’’ increases risky alcohol sales in on-premise outlets

Niche theory proposes that in areas of high alcohol availability, alcohol sales outlets will compete for patrons by diversifying their operating characteristics to provide an array of drinking contexts. We aimed to characterize features of outlet operations that contribute to increased risk of alcohol problems across communities. We conducted ethnographic observations in 97 on-premise outlets across six California cities and interviewed staff and patrons in a subsample of these.

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The need for community input for microbreweries: a business and community tool

San Diego likes to think of itself as the craft beer capital of the world, and it’s no surprise since it boasts over 130 breweries throughout the county.

Municipalities are eyeing the craft brewery industry as a source of economic growth, and some are amending their municipal codes and zoning designations to accommodate the industry. National City, Oceanside, and Lemon Grove are allowing “use by right” zoning of microbreweries to expand the areas where they can operate.

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