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.
Category Archives: San Diego Neighborhoods
We heart the new San Diego State University Student Union. Officially called the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Center (after one of our favorite San Diegans, Conrad Prebys), this great architectural wonder of the SDSU campus officially opened last week. Here’s a little background on the building and what to see when you check it out.
Who doesn’t love trick-or-treating? I’m 25 and I’ve only missed trick-or-treating one year of my life (it’s probably why I’ve been accused of being too old to go door-to-door; if only I’d remember to bring toilet paper…). San Diego is one of the best cities to trick-or-treat in the US according to Zillow.com so we
Solana Beach, San Diego is a perfect place to spend an afternoon or a stay-cation trip. How well do you know the city? Here are 20 snippets about Solana: The main part of Solana Beach was first named Lockwood Mesa. We think SB has the better ring to it. Want to experience the outdoors in
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
Normal Heights is a pretty cool area of San Diego. Founded in 1906, it’s artsy, hip and a fun community to take part in. If you want to spend the afternoon on Adams Avenue between the 15 and 805, here are 5 cool places to check out: Pilgrimage of the Heart. Do you like yoga?