July 7, 2020

Community Outreach: Restaurant Support

If your employer gave you a generous gift to use at a local restaurant, where would you take your business? Remembering her mother’s hard work in […]
June 26, 2020

Ruins vs. Derelicts

“The ruin is a thing of wonder and romantic grandeur; it inspires poetry, whereas the derelict seems to cry out for burial or demolition. It is […]
June 18, 2020

Flying Over San Diego Expansion

Are you looking forward to riding on the new San Diego Trolley Line? Check out the video below for a fly-over on the progress they’ve made […]
May 26, 2020

Community News: Masks made in San Diego

As shops and restaurants begin to open up in San Diego, masks are becoming mandatory for entry. If you’re looking to buy a mask and support […]
May 14, 2020

Inspiring Archaeology: Tzintzuntzan, Place of the Hummingbird – Michoacán, México

By Kris Reinicke Do you remember visiting that archaeological site where you were just in awe of the place and the experience influenced you to make […]
May 9, 2020

Exploring the Discipline: Compliance Archaeology

Discovering Cultural Heritage:  The public has various interpretations concerning the discipline of archaeology. At its base, the practice strives to both understand and protect humanity’s cultural […]
April 18, 2020

Reviews: Podcast Edition

As an archaeologist, we spend lots of time in the field in isolation. Which gives us plenty of time to listen to the latest podcasts! The […]
April 13, 2020

What is Cultural Resource Management

Archaeology: When people think of the word “Archaeology” their first thoughts are often dinosaurs or rocks. I can’t count how many times I’ve told people I’m […]