Read about the city’s craft beer scene, tourism issues and a controversial delicacy in this special report on hospitality.

  • 'Sud culture' finds home in San Diego

    San Diego has built a reputation for being the craft beer capital of the United States, which is no surprise to locals.

  • Chefs say 'adieu' to foie gras

    Foie gras draws oohs and ahs from those that delight in its rich, full flavor and eeks and shrieks from others, offended by the process that exponentially plumps a duck's or goose’s liver.

  • Local airport arrival numbers stable, port takes huge hit in 2011

    There are two sides to every coin, and in San Diego, it might be difficult to imagine the two sides of the travel coin — one marked by air arrivals and the other by sea — looking more different than they did in 2011. Crippled by circumstances largely out of its control, the Port of San Diego is reporting some rather deflated leisure cruise statistics, while the airport is experiencing some relative stability.

  • Where to get gras before it’s gone

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Roundtables

  • SD craft brewing industry looks to foster growth

    San Diego’s craft brewing industry has seen unmitigated growth through the recession. Breweries all over the county are expanding, new entrants are constantly emerging and national press has showered the community in hype paralleled only by its success at recent industry-wide competitions.

Profiles

General Videos

Comic-Con 2010: 'Kingdom of Loathing'

July 22, 2010 -- Erin Stack, "office guru" for Asymmetric Publications, talks about "Kingdom of Loathing" and the conference's potential change of venue.