skip to main content

Listen

Read

Watch

Schedules

Programs

Events

Give

Account

Donation Heart Ribbon

Living

Local Heroes

San Diego Heirs Of Jewish Art Collector Get California Attorney General's Support

Tease photo

California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris asked a federal appeals court to reinstate a case brought by San Diego heirs of a Jewish art collector forced to give up a ... Read more

Meet Black History Month Local Hero Marc Chery

Tease photo

Marc Chery is a dedicated public servant. He's worked with boundless amounts of books and people in his San Diego tenure. And for all this work and effort, he's been ... Read more

Nominate a Hero Now

Food Events

Tower After Hours: Ireland

Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016 Museum of Man

Foodie Friday at La Jolla Playhouse

Friday, Feb. 19, 2016 La Jolla Playhouse

An Artist @ The Table Series

Saturday, March 26, 2016 Private San Diego residences

Check out more food events →

Gardening Events

Gardening 101: Getting Ready For Spring

Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016 City Farmers Nursery

Simple Composting

Sunday, Feb. 21, 2016 City Farmers Nursery

Restore Native Habitat To Help Endangered Birds

Sunday, Feb. 21, 2016 Mariner's Point Park

Check out more gardening events →

Hot Guys And Homophobia Fuel 'Drown'

Aug. 27
By Beth Accomando
Tease photo

"Drown" premiered in San Diego earlier this year at FilmOut where it won six awards including Best Narrative Feature, Best Actor, Best Cinematography, Best Soundtrack and Outstanding Artistic Achievement. "Drown" (opening Friday at Landmark's Hillcrest Cinemas) is a difficult film to watch but for all the right reasons.

Syrians Could Soon Be Next Refugee Group To Call San Diego Home

Aug. 26
By Megan Burks
Tease photo

More than 4 million Syrians are fleeing a violent civil war. The U.S. State Department has agreed to bring some of them into the country.

San Diego Padres Pave The Way For Sustainable Food

Aug. 25
By Matt Hoffman
Tease photo

American sports stadiums aren't just places to watch a game, they’re places to eat. But where does that food come from, and what happens to the waste?

San Diego Travel Experts Share Last-Minute Summer Travel Tips

Aug. 24
Midday Edition
Evening Edition
Tease photo

Summer is almost over, but there is still time to plan for a staycation in San Diego or a weekend getaway.

Barrio Logan Education Program Sends More Immigrants To College

Aug. 20
By Jean Guerrero
Tease photo

A college-preparation program for low-income, mostly immigrant families has been trying to meet rising demand for its services. The Barrio Logan College Institute starts preparing children for college in third grade.

3 Cool Summer Dishes To Beat The Heat

Aug. 18
Midday Edition
Tease photo

From chilled honeydew soup to watermelon pizza, these recipes will cool people down as temperatures heat up across San Diego County.

Rare Fruit Trees Thrive Amid California Drought

Aug. 6
Midday Edition
Tease photo

There are drought-friendly alternatives to thirsty fruit trees. Fig, loquat and pomegranate trees require very little water or no water at all.

Lawmakers Ask Obama To Update Animal Welfare Act

July 31
By City News Service
Tease photo

A group of federal lawmakers called on President Barack Obama's administration to update 20-year-old rules governing the treatment of captive marine mammals, such as killer whales at SeaWorld San Diego.

Roundtable Looks At Terminal 1 Re-Do, ICE Detention Case, Downtown Loos

July 31
By Pat Finn, Alison St John
Tease photo

It's only 48 years old, but Lindbergh Field's Terminal One is approaching the end of its life. Being detained by ICE means entering an alternate legal universe. And should downtown public toilets stay? Or should they go?

San Diego Tourism Authority Books 57 Future Conventions

July 29
By City News Service
Tease photo

The San Diego Tourism Authority estimated that the conventions that were booked will generate around $30 million in hotel tax revenue and pump $1.9 billion into the economy.