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The Maritime Museum's annual Chocolate Festival on April 12 and 13 will serve up the history of chocolate and how it came to our country -- an interesting tale of seafaring travels.

The San Diego Opera announced Wednesday it will cease operations at the end of this season, citing insurmountable financial concerns.

For the first time in history, more than half of the world’s population lives in cities. To support this lifestyle shift, Swinerton Builders is committed to development that is lean, green and promotes a sustainable vision of urban living.

As controversy swirls around SeaWorld's treatment of its prized collection of orcas, Mayor Kevin Faulconer and the San Diego City Council on Wednesday officially designated March as "SeaWorld San Diego Month" to honor the park's 50th anniversary March 21.

At a time when the hotel market seems to be improving, visits by mainland Chinese nationals could represent as many as 700,000 room nights in San Diego County this year.

After a relatively sharp dip in out-of-town foot traffic in 2013, the San Diego Convention Center has bounced back a bit, but the overall number of tourists is still at one of its lowest points since before the recession began.

While San Diego County's retail market continues to improve, mixed-use development may be the key to its future.

Anthony's Fish Grotto, an institution in business since 1946 and on San Diego Bay since 1966, is about to undergo a major face lift.

Bordered by the San Elijo Lagoon to the north, Del Mar to the south and Rancho Santa Fe to the east, Solana Beach sits atop cliffs along 1.7 miles of coastline. Tranquil and charming, the city is known for its shopping and arts and entertainment scene. announces the Summerfest 2014 Top 10 Festivals and Special Events in Temecula Valley Southern California Wine Country, including the Balloon & Wine Festival, Old Town Temecula California-Certified Farmers Markets, Summer Concerts, and more. Welcoming 2 million visitors each year, the valley celebrates casual, friendly, Summerfest fun daily and nightly from May 30 through Labor Day weekend.

Plans for hotels on Harbor Island and Lane Field were unanimously approved by the Board of Port Commissioners Tuesday.

San Diego-based Heritage Golf Group, an owner and operator of private, resort and daily fee golf properties, announced Wednesday that it has been recapitalized as part of a majority investment from private equity firm Tower Three Partners.

You might not know her name, but chances are if you’ve lived in San Diego you’re familiar with her work, which includes Kensington Grill, Laurel, Cucina Urbana, Fish Public and Cucina Enoteca Del Mar. Meet Tracy Borkum, the mastermind behind some of the most popular culinary establishments in America’s Finest City.

The San Diego City Council has approved new regulations for food trucks over the objections of some owners who claim the rules will be bad for business.

Harrah’s Rincon Casino & Resort, which expects to complete a $160 million renovation and expansion in April, has re-named the Valley Center property Harrah's Resort Southern California.

SL Green Realty Corp. has agreed to sell its remaining interest in a Southern California office portfolio -- including eight properties in San Diego -- to a Blackstone Group entity for $100 million.

Notable hotels and a major marina are on the Board of Port Commissioners’ docket on Tuesday.

The Corky McMillin Cos.' Millenia development in Chula Vista and Sudberry Properties' Civita project in Mission Valley are changing the landscape.

There are many professionals who deserve accolades for their contributions to this landmark project. Let me begin by praising the tireless effort of the Indian Wells Tennis Garden Project Team:

San Diegans looking for a new place to dine out, listen to music or dance the night away will have several stylish options within the coming months as construction projects near completion.

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