🌇 The businessman helped San Diego develop into a thriving city — and his legacy is all around.
The spotlight on Latino cinema runs Thursday, March 9-Sunday, March 19. 🎬
The iconic author lived in La Jolla from 1948 until his death in 1991 — but his local legacy lives on. 📚
From college courses and scholarships to museum exhibitions, there are many ways to tap into one of our city’s biggest industries. 🍻
The renovation will be used for community celebrations
Hit the road and head to San Diego County’s charming mountain town — we’re sharing all the details about what to do, where to eat and drink, and where to stay. 🚗
Plus, did the restaurant invent the fish taco?
The one-day affair is on Sunday, Feb. 26. 👑
The 5-acre park will transform the North Embarcadero space
From murals and public artworks to museums and cultural centers, local Black history is all around us.
The restored, 94-year-old venue will reopen Nov. 4, 2023. 🎻
Expect the new signage to be rolled out in phases at park attractions, historical sites, tram stops, and parking lots. ↗️
We take a look at five fun images from the city archives — and dig into what the heck we’re looking at. 📸
Through community surveys, a committee will determine how to shift the exhibit to better reflect modern-day, local life.
From flowers and baseball to superheroes and craft beer, 2023 is shaping up to be mighty eventful in America’s Finest City.
Forever Balboa Park says the iconic attraction should be spinning again by this spring. 🎠
Johnston’s will open at 4628 Park Blvd., with a sign dating back to 1924.
The silent movie stars have a neighborhood named in their honor.
A candlelight procession through the landmark begins at dusk on Wed., Nov. 2.
Come for history, leave with ghost stories.
She checked into the iconic hotel on Nov. 24, 1892 — but never really checked out.
The San Diego Chicken. The Padres’ good luck goose. Maverick. Spicoli. Howl is one to choose?
The Padres won three games against the Dodgers — making Friars history. ⚾
The new museum is a community space for all to enjoy and learn about local Chicana/o, Latina/o, and Indigenous culture + history.
The Del began its “Master Plan” in 2019, which included restoring the historic hotel’s sense of “grand arrival” — and so much more.
The group of volunteer “citizen naturalists” from The San Diego Natural History Museum has been leading free, guided hikes locally since 1973.
The shipwreck that went down in 1937.
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