The Nat’s 150-year-old foundation is solid — thanks in part to these women.
The iconic author lived in La Jolla from 1948 until his death in 1991 — but his local legacy lives on.
Vintage never goes out of style, right?
From the San Diego Padres to the San Diego Gulls, we’re sharing details of San Diego’s sports teams.
Explore these dog-friendly places in San Diego that span from places to eat, drink, shop, exercise, swim, and stay the night.
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.
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.
From Harrison to Bush, many US presidents visited America’s Finest City while holding the position.
From murals and public artworks to museums and cultural centers, local Black history is all around us.
The historic La Jolla cocktail lounge is set to debut a redesign the blends old and new elements
The historic venue on Fourth Avenue debuted in March 1924 as a vaudeville and movie theater.
The space restored historic elements and will serve as a supper lounge and host live music performances.
The application announces intent to tear down and replace the landmark pier, but approval is pending a public hearing.
The museum in Balboa Park will debut a new exhibit, plant garden, film, and special events to ring in the milestone throughout 2024.
Where to remember the civil rights leader and event to observe MLK Day
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.
These laws and regulations will impact San Diegans in the New Year.
San Diego won’t have a white Christmas this year, but the city has been covered in snow before.
These local events study the seven principles of Kwanzaa and celebrate family, community, and history.
The beloved outdoor movie attraction said loss of customers and competition from streaming services have made it tough to stay in business.
If you don’t want to give a thing, share your love of San Diego with fun, educational, and romantic experiences.
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.
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