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Restaurant openings, new chefs, events around town

Just in time for warmer weather, there’s a new option in Del Mar for open-air dining and sunset cocktails.

LAW

Court ruling could affect San Diego hotel surcharge case

California's 4th District Court of Appeal has tentatively ruled that assessments levied on hotels by a tourism marketing district in Ontario and often paid by visitors are not taxes, so voters had no right to vote on them or mount a legal challenge.

La Jolla sushi chef reflects on 25 years of success

It’s well known that opening a restaurant is a risky endeavor. Staying in business for a few years is an achievement. Twenty-five years is remarkable, an eon in an industry that is fiercely competitive.

Hotel Palomar renovating top floors for skyline rooms

Maritime Museum appoints development director

REAL ESTATE

Development in Carlsbad pushing the city's limits

Guests sickened by norovirus on two ships

GOVERNMENT

SD to be featured as a National Geographic 'Smart City'

Pageant of rare cars on display in La Jolla

GENERAL

Launch delayed for replica of Cabrillo's San Salvador

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Will Obama force corporate donors to disclose?

A coalition of liberal groups is pressing President Barack Obama to sign another controversial executive order.

Business aviation: When charter and aircraft ownership make sense for your company

Nestled along San Diego ’s North County pacific coastline is the fourth busiest single runway in the United States. Just shy of 5,000 feet of runway is Palomar Airport in Carlsbad, CA. Palomar Airport averages 425 flights each day. Today, more than half of the average daily flights are General Aviation operations including corporate business jet flights.

Restaurant openings, new chefs, events around town

Just in time for warmer weather, there’s a new option in Del Mar for open-air dining and sunset cocktails.

Court ruling could affect San Diego hotel surcharge case

California's 4th District Court of Appeal has tentatively ruled that assessments levied on hotels by a tourism marketing district in Ontario and often paid by visitors are not taxes, so voters had no right to vote on them or mount a legal challenge.

Movie theaters battle for iPhone generation so they don't become zombies

In a world full of economic uncertainty and numerous entertainment options, can a movie theater hope to lure teenagers, and will they shut off their phones and sit quietly for two hours?

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April 24, 2015 -- San Diego’s business news has the One Paseo project going back to the City Council, and George Chamberlin writing about how Real Estate is the No. 1 investment for Americans right now.

Hospitality Videos

High-end outlet shops open at San Ysidro shopping center

Oct. 23, 2014 -- Visitors to the various outlet stores in San Ysidro now have more shopping options, as a new outlet center opened in October. The Outlets at the Border will have stores like H&M, Armani Exchange, Nixon and A'GACI.

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Newsmaker Videos

Interview with Cessna's Russ Meyer

Russ Meyer, chairman emeritus of Cessna, visits Jet Source, Inc. in Carlsbad to check out the display of a Citation X Elite aircraft, which was designed by Cessna.

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