Help local families have happy holidays by contributing to one of these seven nonprofits.
The 53-year tradition returns to downtown SD’s waterfront on Sunday, Dec. 10 + Sunday, Dec. 17.
You can see the seasonal display on shoreline, where Newport Avenue meets the sand.
The project received $4 million in the 2024 fiscal year budget and will include automated license plate recognition technology.
Why San Diego scored 100 out of 100 in the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index.
The organization will tell its story on a float with an ‘It Began With a Roar’ theme.
The Mayor of Flavortown has gotten a taste of San Diego on many occasions
This list includes everything from helping the hungry and mentoring local youth to helping animals and cleaning up local beaches.
Stay grateful this Thanksgiving with these San Diego-themed talking points that aren’t going to cause any arguments over dinner.
Balboa Park’s biggest event of the year returns Friday, Dec. 1, and Saturday, Dec. 2, with merrymaking opportunities aplenty.
You really can’t have San Diego without these beloved local spots.
The park in the Marina District has new spaces for children, adults, and dogs, plus it features a public art installation.
The celebration of cultural diversity and community takes place this Sunday, Nov. 19, from Shoreline Park to Pearl of the Pacific Park.
San Diego may not have extremely cold temperatures, but electric and gas prices still make winter costs a concern.
The vision includes the development of three new library branches plus renovations and expansions of existing public libraries.
The instillation will welcome visitors at the intersection of Lytton and Rosecrans streets.
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Together, SD and Tijuana, Mexico, will be the first ever binational World Design Capital.
The aircraft carrier — yes, the one seen in “Top Gun: Maverick” — shifted its homeport back to America’s Finest City in March 2023.
The plan has a goal of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2045.
Honor local veterans at community ceremonies and parades, and find local businesses that are showing thanks with specials and freebies.
The changes include proposals to add more housing, public transit, and high-rise buildings that could more-than-double the population.
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The Hotel del Coronado has been the filming location for multiple Hollywood pictures, including a lesser-known horror film.
You’ll find many ghost stories in San Diego, and we’re taking a dive into a darker side of history that still remains with us.
If you’re not in a position to adopt a pet right now, there are many ways to help local animal nonprofits
The project will reach milestones in 2024, 2025, and 2028.
The team’s crest celebrates the 18 cities that unite to form San Diego County.
Your home, your favorite coffee shop, your daily commute aren’t just written in the skyline — they may be written in the stars.
The former Naval Training Center was dedicated to the City of San Diego on Oct. 27, 1923
Monica and Michael talk with AJ and Sara about developments coming to San Diego by 2030.
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