This weekend's lineup of events is music-centric, featuring not one, but three live shows and a book signing that Fleetwood Mac fans will want to take note of.
The plan to connect La Jolla and University City to San Diego's Trolley System has been in the works for years and some community concerns remain.
Many San Diego-area children are headed to summer camp during their break from studies. At Suzie's Farm, they'll be getting their hands dirty taking food from the garden to their plates.
Debating the great issues of the day while drinking craft beer in San Diego. It's not just a dream anymore.
According to one academic, if voted upon today, the Senate’s comprehensive immigration reform bill would fail by 15 votes in the House. But this academic is using his data with the hope of changing the bill's fate.
The ACLU announces a project dedicated to upholding civil rights at the border. The new Border Litigation Project will monitor border protection agencies. And, a new lawsuit accuses the Department of Homeland Security of violating the rights of people in detention.
A Prairie Home Companion will be performed live this July at Humphrey's By The Bay.
A foodie movement in San Diego is moving from beyond locally-grown and into the wild.
A visit to San Diego by StoryCorps kicks off today at the USS Midway Museum. The Military Voices Initiative will record the memories of veterans and their families.
Do you have a question for Mayor Bob Filner? He joins KPBS Midday Edition today at noon to discuss the Tourism Marketing District controversy, the five-year agreement with city unions, revised budget and cleaning up La Jolla cove.