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Check out these brunch restaurants, cafes, and diners in San Diego, serving a variety of egg dishes, mimosas, bloody marys, and more.
We want to know: Where is the best pizza in San Diego? Vote for your favorite to help determine a champion.
The 2024 season of beautiful blooms begins Friday, March 1, and runs through Mother’s Day.
From the San Diego Padres to the San Diego Gulls, we’re sharing details of San Diego’s sports teams.
Eat and Drink
Vintage never goes out of style, right?
Explore these twists on margaritas, including sweet, spicy, and sans-alcohol options.
From Little Italy and the Gaslamp Quarter to North Park and East Village, “Taste of” gatherings are alive and well in San Diego.
Take a sweet tour of stores that sell chocolates and other treats.
Travel and Outdoors
The naturally occurring phenomenon tends to produce a blue glow at night, but results from a sensation called “red tides.”
The effort aims to find natural ways to address searise, protect communities, and preserve natural habitats.
The new bears could arrive at the zoo as soon as late summer 2024 if all permits are approved.
Following another substantial storm, it the end of San Diego’s rainy season in sight?
Real Estate
The project will demolish the three-story headhouse on Navy Pier and create a 10-acre park and memorial
The 100-year-old apartment community at 326 Juniper St. is considered a “hallmark” of its era — and a “real estate jewel” of present-day San Diego.
The landmark’s historic Naval Building 178 will become the Joan and Irwin Jacobs Performing Arts Center — the future permanent home of Cygnet Theatre.
The former site of Horton Plaza is undergoing a redevelopment that will add new retails spaces, housing complexes, and life science offices.
The hotel was built in 1924 at 206 Market St. and offered quality accommodations and entertainment for Black visitors in San Diego during the segregation era.
The city has identified declining road quality, but has conducted studies to find ways to improve conditions.
The facility’s improved layout includes 58 dog rooms, 55 cat kennels, and 53 spaces for smaller pets.
The space is the first city-owned dog park in District 7 and is larger than 68% of dog parks in San Diego.

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