By Frank Sabatini Jr.
Like a divided Congress, there are two sides of the aisle when it comes to barbecue: one makes its case by blowing a lot of smoke and the other pontificates with scorching flames. Rarely does either party find common ground. Read More
By Ken Williams | Editor
Want to volunteer to serve on the Community Plan Update Subcommittee to help determine the future of Mission Valley?
The city of San Diego has tasked the Mission Valley Planning Group to update the Community Plan, an important document that guides future development. The timing is apt, since Mission Valley is expected to more than double in population in the next 10 to 15 years. Read More
New local business offers team entertainment adventure
By Alex Owens
Most of San Diego’s top tourist attractions revolve around being outdoors, but the newest one involves getting locked in a room for an hour. Read More
Tough, low-water plants provide rich garden color over a very long season
By Gary Jones
Get that mental picture of the ubiquitous, narrow-petaled golden daylily right out of your mind. Today’s daylilies are so much more than that. Read More
By Frank Sabatini Jr.
Customers coming into BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse with their summer diets in mind can now indulge in several entrees that don’t exceed 795 calories. Read More
By Andy Cohen
It was another interesting month with a flurry of activity in Congress, with some interesting stands from San Diego’s representatives. Read More
By Speaker Toni G. Atkins
Late last month, the U.S. Supreme Court made history by ruling to legalize same-sex marriage in all 50 states. It also marked the second anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act. Read More
By Erica Moe
The ground is dry and my umbrella hasn’t been used in over a year. It is obvious that California is in a drought. Water is coveted and every drop counts — not only for the environment, but also for our bodies. Read More
Do you know what to do?
By Sari Reis
A dog’s inability to regulate his body temperature when overheated causes heatstroke. With summer upon us, it is an ever-present danger. Read More
Thursday and Fridays: Antonio Fe at the Cosmo at The Cosmopolitan Restaurant and Hotel. Free. 6:30 p.m. 2660 Calhoun St., Old Town. OldTownCosmopolitan.com. Read More
Linda Vista Planning Group general meeting
Monday, July 27, 5:30 p.m.
This is an open meeting of the Linda Vista Planning Group. The public is encouraged to attend. Visit lindavista.org/lvpg. Read More
Assemblymember Weber’s mobile office
Monday, July 20, 10 a.m. – noon
Connect with Assemblymember Shirley Weber’s staff in your community, get help with any problems you are having with public agencies, ask questions about legislation and learn about state and local services. Read More
National conference returns to Mission Valley
By Cody Thompson
With more than 100 breweries in operation and countless more in the planning stages, San Diego has solidified itself as the craft beer capital of America. That being said, it’s no surprise that craft beer fans and brewers alike from all over the world look forward to visiting our suds-soaked landscape any time the opportunity presents itself. Read More
By Cody Thompson
For many locals, this time of year means drop everything and get outside. With our beaches, the flawless weather and countless attractions around town, it’s no wonder our city is a beacon of hope for travelers from all over the world. Read More
By Lucia Viti
The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation along with San Diego’s Team Reeve Chapter are working together on “The Big Idea,” an ambitious effort to raise $15 million to afford 36 spinal cord injury patients the opportunity to participate in groundbreaking epidural stimulation therapy. Read More