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The third day of Comic-Con in San Diego will feature sneak peeks of upcoming movies and panels on popular television shows. Warner Bros. will kick off the schedule at 10 a.m. with presentations of: "Jupiter Ascending," a science fiction thriller by
The smoke cleared six years ago when Afghan refugee Ahmad Mesdaq settled for $7.8 million in an eminent domain case against the city involving his Gran Havana Cigar & Cafe Lounge in downtown San Diego. Now Mesdaq, who fled to the U.S. with his family
A $250 million, full-block development, announced Tuesday, could dramatically remake the eastern side of downtown's Broadway corridor. The two-tower, hotel-residential-retail project by locally based Zephyr Partners would be located in an area that
The area around Petco Park has grown tenfold over the past 10 years, reminding us that baseball season isn't all about the action on the field. Ten years ago, coming up with a list of watering holes surrounding Petco would have been a quick task...
The San Diego Padres are strongly encouraging fans to arrive early to Petco Park, utilize public transportation or pre-purchase parking passes online for Sunday's sold-out, opening night game against the Los Angeles Dodgers. MTS has scheduled extra
Sunday's sellout will push quite a bit more traffic through the downtown area well ahead of Andrew Cashner's first pitch to the Dodgers. To get ahead of that craze, San Diego's Metropolitan Transit System has added extra service for the Green Line,
A gunman robbed a Subway sandwich shop in downtown San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter early Monday, police said. The robbery at 422 Market St. was reported at 3:32 a.m., according to San Diego police Officer Dino Delimitros. The gunman was a roughly 5 foot
The final stretch of the mayor's race begins Saturday with Councilmen David Alvarez and Kevin Faulconer crisscrossing San Diego in search of votes. The winner of Tuesday's runoff election will finish the nearly three years remaining in the term of
Cafe21, which already has a location in Gaslamp, will move to the vacated Croce's space. / Courtesy photo The Gaslamp Quarter space that for decades was home to Croce's has a new tenant -- a family-owned cafe that already has two San Diego locations.
Some new signs are starting to pop up, warning of big changes in parts of downtown San Diego. The signs will affect where people can park not just on weekends, but every night. Residents who drive downtown for a bite to eat or just to meet friends