We grew up in San Diego and for a local there’s a lot to be proud of: from our attractions, to our beautiful location, to our diverse population, our city of over 1.3 million people tends to feel like a close knit little community of friends. One of our cities greatest friends died today, Mr.
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In lieu of everything going on, we thought it’d be important for all of us to know how to be as fire ready as we can. At the news conference this morning, County of San Diego Deputy Chief, Ron Lane, informed us all that this is only the start of a very long fire season in San Diego County.
We are so excited to announce our new website is up and running! It’s still going through a few changes but the function is there to explore A LOT of attractions, performances and events in San Diego. We’ll give the lowdown on everything new in the coming week but one thing to keep in mind
Fall is many things to many people. Football. School. Sweaters. Pumpkin Spice Lattes. Here in San Diego, the unofficial Fall season has started and while temperatures may not have dropped, the season can (and will!) be just as enjoyable. Here are ways to enjoy Fall this year: Take a harbor cruise. Julian! Pick some apples
Did you know there are over 40 historical societies in San Diego? And we didn’t even include the countless number of societies preserving the history of museums, buildings, ethnic groups, military groups, women’s groups and more! In the spirit of San Diego’s amazing past, here are 10 historical societies of San Diego to know and
Balboa Park is a big place. 1200 acres to be exact! One of the best ways to get info about the Park on your smart phone is the Balboa Park App by Meridian. Featuring over eighty points of interest, the app gives interesting facts about much of the Park. It includes maps, event lists and
Art is beautiful. While seeing art in a museum is a wonderful experience, you don’t have to go to one to enjoy the beautiful art within our city. Here’s a list of 9 places where you can see art in San Diego without going to a museum. Libraries. Many libraries throughout SD have inspiring art
The app we’re featuring this month is great for locals and visitors in San Diego. It makes Little Italy, the Italian neighborhood of San Diego, easy to navigate. The app is called San Diego’s Little Italy and is free to download. It’s very handy. It’s an easy-to-use directory of places in Little Italy. If you’re
San Diego is rich in history. Everywhere you turn, you see a historic site of one kind or another. Here’s a list of the best spots within the city to take in history: Balboa Park: so much history in the buildings, in the museums and in the trees (seriously, the plant layout was designated by
How often do we hear about a friend or even a visitor doing something really cool in our city? Talk about jealous! Instead of being too jealous, start your own San Diego Bucket List and get out there and be cool in SD! Here’s our San Diego Bucket List: Skydive from Otay Lakes (Click on