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Peep “The Animation Academy” and “Cover Story: Five Decades of Comic-Con.” 👀
Expect the new signage to be rolled out in phases at park attractions, historical sites, tram stops, and parking lots. ↗️
From pothos to pots, these spots have all your indoor plant needs and desires covered.
We take a look at five fun images from the city archives — and dig into what the heck we’re looking at. 📸
Scoops and java, you say? Where do we sign up? ☕
The immersive exhibition takes you inside the life — and tomb — of ancient Egypt’s legendary boy-king. ⚱️
The savory Latin American staple sure makes its mark around these parts. 🥟
Through community surveys, a committee will determine how to shift the exhibit to better reflect modern-day, local life.
The high-profile PGA tourney takes over the links Wednesday, Jan. 25-Saturday, Jan. 28. ⛳
The extreme high and low tides are forecast to hit San Diego’s shorelines Saturday, Jan. 21, and Sunday, Jan. 22. 🌊
Oh, it’s festival season alright.
From suits made of sauce packets to immersive works — the local arts scene is calling. 🎨
From flowers and baseball to superheroes and craft beer, 2023 is shaping up to be mighty eventful in America’s Finest City.
Golfers can swing in from Thursday, Jan. 12-Sunday, Jan. 22. ⛳
Forever Balboa Park says the iconic attraction should be spinning again by this spring. 🎠
The biggest step in completing your New Year’s resolution? Show up.
The Padres rally goose. Stunning shorelines. Big cats. Dinosaurs. We sure unlocked some core memories in SD this year.
Check out park passes, learn a new language, rent tools, and more.
Restaurants. Beaches. Comic-Con. Charitable Causes. Dang, you’re dynamic, San Diego.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers and P!nk will light up the venue in Mission Valley in the next year.
Johnston’s will open at 4628 Park Blvd., with a sign dating back to 1924.
We spanned the county searching for java gems — and boy, did the local coffee shops shine. ☕
A toast to grape discoveries — from Little Italy to Liberty Station.
Mission Vista High School grad David Spitzfaden plays guitar on the pop star’s song.
Access will be restricted until May 15.
10 things Monica and Michael can’t live without.
These three exhibitions span contemporary photo and visual arts — and mark some firsts for the artists.
The 52-year tradition returns to the waterfront on Sunday, Dec. 18.
These displays truly dazzle. ✨
The eatery will roll back its prices to the original 1992 menu at both of its locations and raise money for a good cause.
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