Summer 2017

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Local News Updates And Things To Do In San Diego

Win Tickets to Kaaboo

Two Friday passes get you access to music, comedy, cuisine, and more

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5 Places to Watch the Solar Eclipse in San Diego

But safety first — don’t forget your eclipse viewing glasses!

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Stone Brewing Releases Collaboration Beer with NOFX

The Punk in Drublic lager celebrates the band’s newly announced craft beer and music festival

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Andy Weir: "I'm an Earthbound Misfit"

We caught up with the breakout author of The Martian before his appearance at the Fleet Science Center to talk publishing, lunar heists, and SoCal’s rocket factory

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11 Off-Site Events during Comic-Con 2017

No badge, no problem—these happenings are free and open to the public

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San Diego Fourth of July Guide 2017

Celebrate Independence Day all weekend long with fireworks, festivals, parades, drink specials, and more

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6 Inspiring San Diego Women Give Their Top Advice

Plus, your chance to nominate who you think should be celebrated next

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