The renovated space offers nine themed classrooms
The project will study the relationship of fresh and coastal waters.
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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.
Some places recorded over 10 inches of percipitation
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.
Restaurants. Beaches. Comic-Con. Charitable Causes. Dang, you’re dynamic, San Diego.
Prepare for winter weather in our city with these seasonal temperature and precipitation outlooks.
The 60-ft giant sits at the end of Newport Avenue.
Get ready to run into this holiday season.
From Coronado Island and Liberty Station to East County, there are plenty of cool options.
One million lights line a 1-mile trail, twinkling to holiday tunes along the way.
The trek is part of a program that works to maintain the genetic diversity of species in zoos and aquariums.
The new addition is the four of the species.
Among its amenities, the Seaport San Diego proposal promises more public rec space, a tower, new piers, and an ‘urban beach’ for the waterfront landmark.
Balboa Park used to be a little more bare.
Volunteer trail guides will lead a twilight interpretive walk all about the “misunderstood aerialists” on Sat., Oct. 29.
From seasonal offerings and community gatherings to food + live music, our city has it all this month.
The new outdoor space is a collaborative drink + food hub helmed by Deft Brewing and Lost Cause Meadery
You don’t have to go far to enjoy some rest + relaxation in your RV.
The special strolls give attendees access to Scripps Pier, which is otherwise only open to researchers.
The group of volunteer “citizen naturalists” from The San Diego Natural History Museum has been leading free, guided hikes locally since 1973.
Hot tips to survive the hot temps.
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