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Virgin America will move its operations from Terminal 2 East to a new location in Terminal 2 West at San Diego International Airport, effective Wednesday, Feb. 11.

Faced with half a dozen competing proposals for giant Ferris wheels or a sky tower along the downtown waterfront, the Port of San Diego board of commissioners on Tuesday afternoon decided to speed up its long-term planning process to clear the way for developments in specific areas.

The San Diego Tourism Authority on Thursday unveiled a $9 million advertising campaign for 2015, with billboards touting the city's coastal scenery and peppy commercials boasting about "coasting by the ocean."

Thanks to Macy's and the San Diego Museum Council, you're running out of excuses for never visiting the USS Midway Museum or Whaley House.

Peter Orth has joined the San Diego office of Colliers International as a vice president.

While the inland section of North County is overflowing with breweries and pubs that attract craft beer enthusiasts, the region isn't exactly known as a dining hub. Pete Zacarias, owner of Inland Tavern in San Marcos, wants to change that by giving one of the city's oldest restaurants a completely new identity.

Douglas Wilson Companies has recently closed on a major urban site in Tempe, Ariz., that will be home to a $200 million cutting-edge mixed-use development.

Neighborhood restaurant Alchemy will be closing its doors on Feb. 3, the owners announced Wednesday.

The Port of San Diego's Board of Port Commissioners is slated to hear four proposals for an observation wheel on the San Diego Bay at its regularly scheduled monthly meeting on Feb. 10.

After more than 25 years in the aviation industry, Thella Bowens, president and CEO of the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, is still making her presence known both by her employees and the community.

Jon Fredricks, president and CEO of the Welk Resort Group and grandson of the late bandleader Lawrence Welk, runs a vacation ownership company expecting to earn more than $170 million in revenue in 2014.

Architecture and interior design firm Carrier Johnson + CULTURE is experiencing one of its best times, with record-setting backlog and revenues. Michael Johnson, company president and principal, said it’s because of diversity and experience in the right markets.

Since taking the helm of the city's golf operations four years ago, Mark Marney's duties have ranged from replacing antiquated irrigation systems and improving golf cart paths to preparing for the 2021 U.S. Open Championship.

The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority’s board of directors is considering four ideas to modernize San Diego International Airport.

If there is a restaurant you've been meaning to visit but just haven't gotten around to making a reservation, next week is a great opportunity to do so.

The San Diego International Airport and U.S. Customs and Border Protection introduced eight new automated passport control kiosks.

Los Angeles-based PCCP LLC announced Monday that it has provided a $31.2 million senior loan to refinance the W Hotel San Diego on behalf of the ownership, a joint venture between Rockpoint Group and SCS Advisors.

John Pani, owner of North Park's Waypoint Public, announced Tuesday that he will be taking over two adjacent properties on Park Boulevard in University Heights: the recently shuttered Bourbon Street and Lei Lounge.

Culinary getaways happily beckon Jan. 1 through 31 in Temecula Valley Southern California Wine Country.

Tracy Borkum's Urban Kitchen Group, owner of Cucina Urbana in Bankers Hill and three Cucina Enoteca locations, announced that Fish Public in Kensington closed permanently Wednesday after dinner service.

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