Start your day off with good, local coffee, head to the beach, go on a hike, peruse the city’s marvelous murals — seize the Leap Day, SD.
We hope our SAN guide makes your traveling process plane and simple.
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.
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.
From Little Italy and the Gaslamp Quarter to North Park and East Village, “Taste of” gatherings are alive and well in 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 team will also host a celebration of life ceremony to honor the late chairman and founder before the start of the 2024 season.
From a dance party to a cider pairing, you’re going to love these ideas.
The contenders represent two local shelters: Helen Woodward Animal Center and The Animal Pad.
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.
Find out how you can score hats, a City Connect poncho, bobbleheads, a Joe Musgrove basketball jersey, and more.
We tap into how SD’s craft brewing scene has grown — and where it’s headed as the mature, experienced, and renowned beer mecca.
The historic venue on Fourth Avenue debuted in March 1924 as a vaudeville and movie theater.
The high-profile PGA Tour competition takes over the local links Wednesday, Jan. 24-Saturday, Jan. 27.
These shows prove that San Diego is a great city for live music, and they’re just a sample of the shows coming this year.
The local theater signed a new, three-year lease thanks to community support, with a new production coming this month.
The museum in Balboa Park will debut a new exhibit, plant garden, film, and special events to ring in the milestone throughout 2024.
A chrome art installation of a giant soccer ball emblazoned with the names of the 18 cities that make up San Diego County will be traveling all over SD in 2024 — pass it on.
The local art scene is drawing us in, that’s for sure.
These beloved businesses served San Diego for 10+ years but no longer exist in 2024.
From soccer and baseball to the San Diego County Fair, Pride and superheroes, 2024 is shaping up to be a mighty eventful year in America’s Finest City.
Fireworks. Hiking. Kid-friendly activities. Capybaras. Festive events. Dang, you’re dynamic, SD.
The annual college football game takes over the ballpark and brings more fun to downtown San Diego, including the Holiday Bowl Parade
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