SDtoday readers voted on four familiar faces etched into San Diego’s collective memory.
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 celebration of cultural diversity and community takes place this Sunday, Nov. 19, from Shoreline Park to Pearl of the Pacific Park.
The aircraft carrier — yes, the one seen in “Top Gun: Maverick” — shifted its homeport back to America’s Finest City in March 2023.
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.
The artwork by local artist Eva Struble is inspired by the rich biodiversity of San Diego County and Baja California.
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
Old Town, Barrio Logan, and Chula Vista will host special community events to pay tribute to loved ones who have passed.
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.
The top-seeded team will head directly to the semifinals in the NWSL Playoffs 2023.
From the San Diego Padres to the San Diego Gulls, we’re sharing details of San Diego’s sports teams.
The neighborhood spans nine blocks along Imperial Avenue — from 61st to 69 streets — and hopes to become a unifying hub for the Black experience in San Diego.
These burial sites hold stories of the people who founded, developed, and protected the city.
Consider these our Hollywood signs.
The consortium of historic cottages represent 31 countries and cultures across the globe.
San Diego has centuries of history. In this guide, we’re diving into the city’s oldest streets and how they got their names.
Elvis Presley, the Beatles, and Tina Turner each headlined America’s Finest City at some point in SD’s musical history.
Take a look at the star-studded history of this North Park hotel, leading to the $31 million renovation in 2023.
Bill Brown began working at the historic ride in 1972, when he was just 16 years old; last year, the City of San Diego proclaimed Oct. 3, 2022, Mr. Bill Brown Day.
Here’s where the project stands as of mid-September 2023.
Since the USS Recruit was the Navy’s only commissioned ship to never touch the water, recruits nicknamed it the “USS Neversail.”
From festivals and community programs to a themed weekend at Petco Park, here’s how to celebrate in San Diego.
The world’s largest military air show features live, aerial displays in addition to immersive experiences and static displays.
The group of volunteers from the San Diego Natural History Museum will lead 60 free, local hikes from September 2023 to June 2024 — their 51st annual hiking season.
The sand dunes along Central Beach in Coronado — sometimes called Mando’s Dunes — have been crafted to spell the city’s name.
The plankton that caused the ocean water to glow are described by scientists as the “Michael Phelps of the plankton world,” aka super swimmers.
From Coronado and Pacific Beach to Encinitas and Oceanside, San Diego’s beaches are unmatched — it’s an abundance of riches, really.
The tropical storm drenched the region with record-breaking rain
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