September 9, 2020

3D Artifact Photogrammetry

One way to preserve artifacts for future study is through 3D Photogrammetry. PanGIS Senior Archaeologist and Geospatial Data Specialist, Alberto Bello Foglia, MA RPA, created this […]
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 […]