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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.
Take a sweet tour of stores that sell chocolates and other treats.
The historic La Jolla cocktail lounge is set to debut a redesign the blends old and new elements
The Kitchen opens in late February 2024 and The Clubhouse in March 2024 — each featuring dishes by Executive Chef Ryan Bullock.
The former site of Horton Plaza is undergoing a redevelopment that will add new retails spaces, housing complexes, and life science offices.
We tap into how SD’s craft brewing scene has grown — and where it’s headed as the mature, experienced, and renowned beer mecca.
Shop Valentine’s Day chocolates, couple’s games, cookware, candles, and fuzzy socks to spread the love.
The local theater signed a new, three-year lease thanks to community support, with a new production coming this month.
These beloved businesses served San Diego for 10+ years but no longer exist in 2024.
The brewer teamed up with SDSU Men’s Basketball players to concoct the raspberry lemonade hard kombucha flavor dropping this Friday, Jan. 5.
The beloved outdoor movie attraction said loss of customers and competition from streaming services have made it tough to stay in business.
The trade will help the Friars trim salary expenses and give the team more players for their starting roster in 2024.
Topgolf’s vision includes a three-story venue that would house 102 hitting bays — and the Port of San Diego wants to build an entertainment district around it.
Category6LED’s newest neon signs are inspired by three beloved neighborhoods in San Diego.
The labs at 4796 Executive Dr. will be designed to serve as an accelerator space for local, early-stage biotech entrepreneurs and companies — of which San Diego has plenty.
See what Editors Monica and Michael are shopping this year.
Gordon Ramsay, is that really you? 🔱
You really can’t have San Diego without these beloved local spots.
We’re giving you the gift of live entertainment — score tickets to plays, ballets, concerts, and more.
San Diego may not have extremely cold temperatures, but electric and gas prices still make winter costs a concern.
This year’s event features 120+ local makers uniting at Julep — just north of Little Italy — on Saturday, Nov. 18 + Sunday, Nov. 19.
The 85,000-sqft beer garden will also be home to the first-ever Karl Strauss Food Truck.
Together, SD and Tijuana, Mexico, will be the first ever binational World Design Capital.
Honor local veterans at community ceremonies and parades, and find local businesses that are showing thanks with specials and freebies.
Shop the most popular gifts of the 2023 holiday season, plus gifts that support small businesses and the best holiday wrapping paper to tie it all up in.
The slow-stewed dish is well-represented in our city.
The Sorrento Valley-based publishing group has been around for 30+ years — read all about it.
The project will reach milestones in 2024, 2025, and 2028.
These local spots are geared toward cycling enthusiasts of all levels.
The Del’s centerpiece — the red turreted building that houses 367 rooms — will be the final phase of the historic resort’s ambitious, years-long renovation.
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