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Simón Limón Brings Local Handmade Gifts to Barrio Logan

Owner Alexandra Perez Demma is supporting makers on both sides of the border
October 15, 2018

Project Homeless Connect—East County Gets Welcome Funding

Plus good news for San Diego police and shelter pets
October 15, 2018

Where to Scare Up Some Fun This Halloween in San Diego

The spookiest beer gardens, pub crawls, haunted mazes, and where to score $2,500 in a costume contest
October 11, 2018

This San Diego Startup Is Teaching Men How to Shop

Cayenne puts a little spice in guys' wardrobe, one garment a day
October 11, 2018

Step Inside Kristie Nova's Del Sur Abode

Interior designer Kelly Hinchman helps the boss mom flip a house into an elegant, albeit practical, home for eight
October 10, 2018

Shop Like a Tastemaker with Treci Smith

The interior designer divulges her must-haves in home décor this season
October 9, 2018

Volunteers of America Southwest Raises $115,000 for Homeless Veterans with Disabilities

Plus the California Center for the Arts, Escondido, New Children’s Museum, and the Burn Institute receive grants
October 8, 2018

8 Ways to Recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month in San Diego

Cycling, rowing and beer fundraisers, plus free mammograms and educational events
October 5, 2018

A Local Favorite and Something New To Do This Weekend in San Diego

For just the second year running, a food and wine festival in Guadalupe Valley promises to enchant, and the Maker Faire returns
October 3, 2018

Ninth Annual Forte for Children Gala Brings in Over $448,000

Plus good news for the ovarian cancer community, the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank, and more
October 1, 2018

San Diego Neighborhood Guide: College Area

Spreading from SDSU to El Cerrito and Rolando, the enclave has global dining, third-wave coffee, and more
September 27, 2018

An Oktoberfest, a Street Fair, and a Film Festival Come to San Diego

There’s a lot to choose from to make the most of this week
September 25, 2018

The San Diego Foundation Increases Access to Early Childhood Education with a $13.8 Million Mega-Gift

Plus Alliance Healthcare Foundation starts an innovation fund, Mission Fed and SD Humane Society "Clear the Shelters," and more
September 24, 2018

3 New Cocktail Menus to Try, Including One Very Legit Mezcal Bar

New drinks that are worth getting out of bed for—and some better enjoyed in pajamas
September 18, 2018

'Hamilton' Star Leslie Odom, Jr. Brings the House Down at The Salk Institute’s Symphony Gala

Plus Sharp HospiceCare’s annual regatta brings in $400,000, local foster kids get a back-to-school boost, and more
September 17, 2018

From the Archives: A Working Woman in 1950

More than 50 years ago, being a "career woman" meant jobs in art and modeling and an income for clothes and dinner parties
September 14, 2018

Everything You Need to Know About Fall Restaurant Week in San Diego

Don’t worry, no passes or tickets are required. (Reservations are a good idea, though.)
September 11, 2018

Fall Fashion 2018: 6 Looks Inspired by the '80s

We're, like, totally wigging out over these bold colors, patterns, and details inspired by the raddest decade
September 10, 2018

La Jolla Music Society Scores $360,000 for its Artistic and Education Outreach Programs

Plus: Seacrest Foundation, The San Diego Women’s Foundation, and San Diego Social Venture Partners celebrate funding good causes
September 10, 2018

San Diego Neighborhood Guide: University Heights

Multicultural cuisine and cafés have always been this enclave’s calling card. Now it has trendy cocktail bars, eclectic theater, and vegan-friendly eats, too.
September 7, 2018

Two Food Festivals You Won’t Want to Miss in September

Two mid-month food festivals to take in much of what these foodie neighborhoods have to offer
September 5, 2018

The Best Ways to Celebrate Labor Day Weekend

Give summer the sendoff it deserves.
August 31, 2018

Serving Seniors Serves Its Milestone 12-Millionth Meal

Plus a new program for kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder and a $2 million boost for The Salk Institute’s Conquering Cancer Initiative
August 27, 2018

From the Archives: Vanna White Was on Our Cover

In June 2003, the Wheel of Fortune star graced our cover—and that wasn't the only shocker
August 20, 2018

Living Coast Discovery Center’s Farm to Bay Culinary Event Breaks a Fundraising Record

Plus Promises2Kids welcomes its largest class of Guardian Scholars ever and the Drive Out Hunger Golf Classic brings in $140,000
August 20, 2018

5 Must-Book Spa Treatments for Summer

We love summer, but not what it does to our bodies. Soothe away the season with these treatments.
August 17, 2018

Van De Vort Moves into Liberty Station

The bohemian clothing and lifestyle brand has a second location within Moniker General
August 16, 2018

How to Beat the Weekend Farmers' Market Rush

Take a walk through the new Little Italy Wednesday Market
August 15, 2018

The San Diego Symphony Notables Raises $75,000 for Music Education

Plus the San Diego Center for Children receives an award for its Successful Transitions Program and more
August 13, 2018

This Encinitas Abode Doubles as Both a Home and a Gallery

Meet the globetrotting couple who made their Encintas house a home
August 10, 2018

3 Beer Festivals Happening This Month in San Diego

Wet your whistle with some of the finest suds from America’s Finest City and the world over
August 8, 2018

What's in Gorjana and Jason Griffin Reidel's Shopping Cart

The owners of Gorjana jewelry, now open at Westfield UTC, share their family's must-haves
August 7, 2018

San Diego Neighborhood Guide: Chula Vista

A prime example of South Bay rising, this city is blending old and new in its cuisine, craft beer, and entertainment
August 3, 2018

The Best Outdoor Movies in San Diego This Summer

Grab a blanket and some snacks. You’ll want to see these flicks at some of the best al fresco venues around town.
August 2, 2018

Inside the Icon: Monumento Abraham Lincoln

Honest Abe has stood tall along Tijuana's Avenue of Heroes for 37 years, but why?
August 2, 2018

The Best of San Diego 2018

We crown 103 winners in food, shopping, fitness, kids’ activities, and more
July 30, 2018

The Cushman Foundation Kick-Starts the Burn Institute’s Intervention Program for Young Firebugs

Plus San Diego Gas & Electric bolsters the San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy’s charter school climate-science curriculum
July 30, 2018

10+ Things to Do at the Del Mar Racetrack This Season

The most fun you can have for $6, seersuckers and fascinators not included
July 24, 2018

Promises2Kids Raises $1 Million for Local Foster Kids

Plus St. Germaine Children’s Charity’s pledge to help homeless mothers and children, and grants promote access to nature in underserved communities
July 23, 2018

From the Archives: We Were Not Dog's Best Friend

Plenty has changed in pet ownership since 1976
July 20, 2018

Trending: Houseplants are Having a Moment

Forget faux ferns. Houseplants—and their accessories—are making a chic comeback
July 18, 2018

4 Fun Things to Do at Comic-Con 2018, No Badge Required

Some of the best ways to fan out, open to the public
July 17, 2018

Kathy Griffin Is Back: Laugh Your Head Off World Tour Comes to San Diego

Post controversy, the Emmy Award–winning comedian still has a lot to say
July 17, 2018

Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego Raises $225,000 on Red Shoe Day

Plus USO San Diego, Sycuan, and Promises2Kids help local families
July 16, 2018

The Best Places to Dock and Dine in San Diego (and How to Get There)

Leave the car at the marina and sail right up to San Diego’s best waterfront eateries
July 10, 2018

San Diego Neighborhood Guide: Solana Beach

Del Mar's neighbor to the north has always been laid-back, down-to-earth, and family friendly; now its cuisine, fashion, and arts are on the way up, too
July 10, 2018

Two New Nurseries Bring High-Style Greenery to San Diego

Point Loma and University Heights are seeing green thanks to Eden plant boutique
July 6, 2018

There's an App for Black Thumb Gardeners

SmartPlant takes that guesswork out of plant care by giving an expert-back voice to your foliage
July 6, 2018

Inside a Florist's Historic Point Loma Home

Smell the roses at Bridget McKenna's eclectic Art Deco-style estate
July 5, 2018

5 Zero-Hassle Things to Do on the Fourth of July

Your last minute, no-ticket-necessary guide to what to do before, during, and after the fireworks
July 3, 2018

San Diego Fourth of July Guide 2018

Celebrate Independence Day all weekend (and week!) long with fireworks, barbecues, cocktails, staycations, and more
June 27, 2018

6 Reasons to Hit the San Diego County Fair This Week

You have until July 4 to sample the new additions of unicorn foods and a not-so-secret speakeasy
June 26, 2018

How Briddie’s Floret Grew into a Nonprofit

Each of Bridget McKenna’s bouquets benefits a social cause
June 26, 2018

Your Guide to Small-Space Gardening

A local gardening duo offers tips and tricks for container gardens
June 26, 2018

Costumed Characters and Charitable Donors Turn Out for Meals on Wheels’ Over the Rainbow Gala

Plus Jewish Family Service of San Diego ups the ante on its Centennial Countdown Campaign, and Bank of America’s push to end homelessness
June 25, 2018

Where to Watch the 2018 World Cup in San Diego

The best venues around town for catching every “Gooaaallll!”
June 19, 2018

From the Archives: 'Scuse Our French

San Diego's French cuisine was more classy than casual in 1976
June 19, 2018

Meet the Tastemaker: John Resnick

The owner of Carlsbad's Campfire restaurant shares his must-have items
June 18, 2018

What Do You Earn?

For an upcoming story, please tell us how much money you make in your job
June 18, 2018

USO San Diego Raises Over $1 Million to Support Military Members

Plus the Monarch School’s annual fundraiser brings in $1.1 million for homeless students and Voices for Children hosts its seventh annual Wine Women & Shoes event
June 18, 2018

San Diego Neighborhood Guide: Pacific Beach

Where to eat, drink, and play in the buzzing beach nook
June 15, 2018

Northrop Grumman's Playground for Engineers

Get to know the technology and innovators making waves in the Rancho Bernardo company's FabLab incubator
June 14, 2018

San Diego Father’s Day Guide 2018

Crack open a cold one or treat Dad to a steak dinner with these Father’s Day deals
June 13, 2018

This New Coffee Company Is Backed by San Diego Athletes

Rob Machado, Alphonzo Rawls, and other local athletes team up with a North County crew for Marea Coffee
June 11, 2018

Sophisticated Meets Coastal at This Coronado Home

The Scurlocks are constantly living on island time
June 8, 2018

OB Playhouse's 'Hair' Is a High-Energy Ode to the 1960s

The Age of Aquarius dawns at the intimate Ocean Beach theater
June 7, 2018

5 Hot San Diego Pools That Are Open to the Public

Where to go for lounging, sipping, dipping, or attending a grown-up pool party
June 7, 2018

PopUp Encinitas: The Hippest New Shop Is a Co-Op

Local retailers band together to run a summer pop-up in Encinitas
June 4, 2018

Feeding SD’s Fuel for Summer Campaign Provides Free Meals to Food-Insecure Youth

Plus, veterans learn to create well-balanced meals with Wounded Warrior Project, and upcoming events for your calendar
June 4, 2018

It’s a Thing: Post-Chargers, 3 New Professional Sports Teams for San Diego

What we're talking about in the office this week
June 1, 2018

6 Ways to Explore San Diego Urban Wine Week

A week of wine-fueled events around San Diego kicks off this Friday, June 1
May 30, 2018

The San Diego History Center Raises $115,000 at Its 90th Anniversary Gala

Plus nearly 100 TVs are donated to South Bay schools, and the Children’s Nature Retreat Foundation raises money for families in West Africa and its local animal sanctuary
May 28, 2018

Inside the Icon: Lifeguard Tower 5C

It has one of the best views in San Diego—and has been crucial to lifesaving in Coronado for over 80 years
May 24, 2018

I Tried It: Baja's New Adventure Race

Baja’s first-ever scrambling race takes you up, down, over—and sometimes through—the otherworldly landscape of La Rumorosa
May 22, 2018

It's a Thing: Invisible San Diego

What we're talking about in the office this week
May 18, 2018

Inside a San Diego Home with Southern Charm

A young family puts personal touches on a turnkey home in Santaluz
May 17, 2018

4 Food and Beer Events to Get You out of the May Gray Funk

Brighten up your week with poke, lobster, softball, craft beer, and tacos at these fun food events
May 15, 2018

From the Archives: The Great Blind Beer Taste-Off in 1981

Back when San Diego craft beer was nonexistent
May 15, 2018

Alexander and Eva Nemeth Foundation Gives $5 million to Sharp Mary Birch to Improve the Lives of At-Risk Infants

Plus: Jewish Family Service of San Diego raises $1.25 million at its centennial gala, and the James M. Cox Foundation funds a tech center for the National City Boys & Girls Club
May 14, 2018

It’s a Thing: San Diego's Best Restaurants for New Moms

What we're talking about in the office this week
May 11, 2018
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