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For four days each year, Tom Cruise, Quentin Tarantino and some of the biggest movie stars on the planet head to Comic-Con International: San Diego to get grilled by a goofy, somewhat dashing stand-up comedian named Chris Hardwick.

It’s impossible to avoid a meal with lobster in Canada’s Maritime provinces and the state of Maine.

Opening Day at Del Mar is an iconic mark of summer in San Diego, and more than 40,000 people are expected to attend the largest outdoor party in Southern California when the 76th racing season begins July 16.


The Maritime Museum of San Diego has received a $5 million donation from Dan McKinney, a long-time museum supporter.


Comic-Con International will be staying in San Diego through at least 2018, Comic-Con and city officials announced Thursday morning.


San Diego’s Jack in the Box (Nasdaq: JACK) chain is in a three-way tie as one of the least-liked fast-food chains in the United States, according to a report issued by the American Customer Satisfaction Index on Wednesday, based on surveys of 70,000 customers nationwide.


Carlsbad-based HomeFed Corp. announced Tuesday that it has successfully closed a private placement of $125 million of 6.50 percent senior notes due 2018.


The first half of 2015 brought news of high-profile public and private projects, and new state regulations for contractors.

2015 started out with the sad news that a beloved local restaurateur had passed. By summer, the number of San Diego’s craft breweries and restaurant openings and closures dominated headlines.