Culture

The naturally occurring phenomenon tends to produce a blue glow at night, but results from a sensation called “red tides.”
Vintage never goes out of style, right?
Check out these brunch restaurants, cafes, and diners in San Diego, serving a variety of egg dishes, mimosas, bloody marys, and more.
The 2024 season of beautiful blooms begins Friday, March 1, and runs through Mother’s Day.
The team is owned by Olympian Kerri Walsh Jennings and features a 15-player roster with serious pro experience.
The new bears could arrive at the zoo as soon as late summer 2024 if all permits are approved.
From the San Diego Padres to the San Diego Gulls, we’re sharing details of San Diego’s sports teams.
The fair — which returns June 12-July 7 — will boast headliners like Ludacris, Jay Leno, Pepe Aguilar, and TLC.
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.
Whether you’re a history buff, art aficionado, or science fan, these 28 museums in San Diego have it all.
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.
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.
Take a sweet tour of stores that sell chocolates and other treats.
Thanks for sharing your sweet stories, SD.
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 team will also host a celebration of life ceremony to honor the late chairman and founder before the start of the 2024 season.
From Harrison to Bush, many US presidents visited America’s Finest City while holding the position.
From a dance party to a cider pairing, you’re going to love these ideas.
From murals and public artworks to museums and cultural centers, local Black history is all around us.
From downtown San Diego and Balboa Park to City Heights and Mira Mesa — there are many fun community celebrations of the Lunar New Year in 2024.
The Kitchen opens in late February 2024 and The Clubhouse in March 2024 — each featuring dishes by Executive Chef Ryan Bullock.
The 35th annual celebration of SD’s arts and culture scene will offer half-off admission at 70+ participating cultural attractions Feb. 1-Feb. 29, 2024.
Hannah Jones, Senior Economic Research Analyst for Realtor.com, helps us understand why the local housing market remains so hot.
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.
Dining in San Diego is always a fresh experience with new restaurants popping up all the time — and more on the way.
Average daily walking trips dropped by 36% in the US between 2019 and 2022 — see how San Diego compares.
The historic venue on Fourth Avenue debuted in March 1924 as a vaudeville and movie theater.
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