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News | News

SDPD: Alleged attack on 3 women in hijabs

San Diego Police are investigating a possible hate crime in the heart of Little Italy

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Chipping away at choice

If I’m to believe those who know what they’re talking about, it’s not a matter of if the Supreme Court will take up a case that restricts or even bans certain kinds of abortions, it’s a matter of when.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Freedom from religious discrimination

In this current socio-political climate, it’s become increasingly difficult to have certain conversations without them devolving into arguments.

Entertainment | Entertainment

Lips celebrates 20th anniversary with a recommitment to community

Lips San Diego is celebrating its 20 year anniversary in San Diego since first opening in Bankers Hill, and then moving to North Park 12 years ago.

Music | Music

The Spotlight: Dávila 666

Halfway through the day, Dávila 666 took the stage. I hadn’t heard of them at the time, but after that show, I’ll never forget them.

Music | Music

Local hardcore scene sees benefits in banding together

For years, the San Diego music scene has often been fractured, with bands struggling to find an audience as they compete for booking to open for larger touring acts.

Politics | Politics

He’s not going to resign. Time to expel

Duncan Hunter Jr. needs to resign. Of course, that’s not going to happen.

Politics | Politics

When it comes to local politics, we’re all Eggburt

But are we not all Eggburts? Don’t we all dream of flying first class gratis? Aren’t some of today’s woes tempered by a good chomp on a proverbial carrot?

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

Drink Issue

San Diego CityBeat's special issue focusing on the craft beer and cocktail scene in the city.

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

Under the influencer

They’re hard to miss—@isbeeracarb, with her candy-colored hair and ornate septum ring, rocks tattoos from head to toe. Then there’s @thegirlwithbeer, who sports impeccably manicured eyebrows and thick, chestnut-colored hair.

News | News

Horton Plaza: What could have been

But I’m not here to lament the repugnant idea of having bro-friendly skateparks and break areas among Horton Plaza’s iconic, postmodernist design. Rather, I just want to say that I will miss it.

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

San Diego CityBeat Burger Week

CityBeat's annual Burger Week features over 50 burger specials from local restaurants.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Duncan Hunter’s down with war crimes

There was a time, not so long ago, when a member of Congress admitting to posing for a selfie with the dead body of someone he’d killed in combat would have been a national scandal.

News | News

National City Council reboots effort to force out businesses that cause pollution

The South County city will focus on a neighborhood where a large concentration of industries such as auto shops are intermixed with homes

News | News

US Citizen Accused of Attempted Homicide After Ramming 17 Cars at San Ysidro POE

A U.S. citizen was being held in Tijuana, Mexico, Tuesday on suspicion of attempted homicide and damage of property after his pickup truck drove into cars and street vendors just south of the San Ysidro Port of...

Entertainment | Culture/Art/Random cool stuff

San Diego Summer Guide

San Diego CityBeat's guide to all the cool things to do when the weather heats up.

Miscellaneous | Interesting stories

The Homeless Artists Who Make Ocean Beach Rock

Grassroots and Progressive views on local, national and world news

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

Stone Brewing Crushes MillerCoors In Trademark Suit - YEW!

Courts confirm Keystone (by MillerCoors) is infringing on Stone Brewing's trademark rights, deserving of “strong protection.”

Food & Drink | Bars/Restaurants/Venues

Reckless Brewing owner announces closure | West Coaster San Diego Beer News

Earlier this week, Reckless Brewing owner Dave Hyndman composed a post on his company’s Facebook page promoting the renaming of his black lager to Black Lagers Matter. That post leaned on a series of African-American stereotypes, racist themes a

Miscellaneous | Interesting stories

The rules of estate sales

Estate sales are the ultimate tease. They show a little leg when the estate sale organizers start posting delectable photographs of the contents on the website weeks in advance.

Music | Music

Tiltwheel 8 1/2 / Crawl / Snap

for those searching... 0:00 8 1/2 4:45 crawl 7:48 snap

Miscellaneous | Interesting stories

Ammar Campa-Najjar’s American dream

While the past months have been exhaustingly busy for the first-time candidate, something which is apparent from our interview, he is not slowing down anytime soon.

Sports | Surfing/SUPing

Best Places to SUP in San Diego

There's a reason it's called America's Finest City

Music | Music

TOO MANY DAVES in DUDES ROOM

Dudes Room from the album "Weekend At Daves" by Too Many Daves starring: Dave Decker, Dave Disorder, Dave Rcade, Davey Tilt, Joe Dave and Blue the dog featur...

Food & Drink | Coffee

Best Coffee Shops San Diego | North Park | Torque Moto Cafe

Coffee shop and cafe serving the best breakfast, brunch & lunch in a stylish and friendly atmosphere. Outdoor patio, dog friendly, gluten free options

Politics | Politics

On behalf of women everywhere…

Fuck. This. Shit. Fuck all this motherfucking bullshit.

Food & Drink | Bars/Restaurants/Venues

No bad meals at Bud and Rob’s

Louisiana’s Cajun and Creole cuisine has quite the reputation. It is, some have said, America’s only original cuisine.

Sports | Cycling

American woman becomes fastest human on a bicycle

Denise Mueller-Korenek, a 15-time bicycling USA National Champion, became the fastest human on a bicycle Sunday when she was clocked at 183.9 mph on the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah. Mueller-Koren…

Sports | Cycling

How This Woman Plans to Ride a Bike 170 Miles Per Hour | WIRED

Denise Mueller-Korenek set the women's paced bicycle speed record in 2016, pedaling to 147 miles per hour. Now she's ready to attempt to break the overall re...

Miscellaneous | Interesting stories

The Colorful History of the Rowdies, Radicals and Ruffians of Ocean Beach

Grassroots and Progressive views on local, national and world news

Entertainment | Culture/Art/Random cool stuff

UPCOMING EVENTS - Drop Dead Dames

Save the date! July 27, 2018 for ELIXIR! The new Summer show from Drop Dead Dames Burlesque, San Diego, California. Buy tickets today!

Music | Music

The Schizophonics | Free Listening on SoundCloud #SanDiego #SD #GarageRock | Music | Pinterest

The Schizophonics | Free Listening on SoundCloud #SanDiego #SD #GarageRock

News | News

San Diego council votes to limit Airbnb rentals to primary residences only

In a move that will dramatically alter San Diego’s home sharing landscape, the City Council Monday voted to outlaw vacation rentals in secondary homes, limiting short-term stays to one’s primary residence only.

Politics | Politics

How low can they go?

With respect to the 1,500 “missing” kids, those in the know argue the descriptor is innacurate. These “unaccompanied alien children” (UACs) aren’t missing they say, but have been placed with vetted sponsors, often relatives already living in the

Food & Drink | Bars/Restaurants/Venues

Aero Club to leave, while Red Fox Room finds new home

Yet another historic bar is being forced to close or relocate due to San Diego’s rising property rates. This time, it’s the India Street whiskey joint, The Aero Club (3365 India St.).

Politics | Politics

The problem with seeing something, saying something

Perhaps this general apathy toward stepping in, coupled with seeing the televised deaths of 2,977 people, led the brains behind the “See something, say something” campaign to do something.

Music | Music

Therapy crack the code

Therapy is part of an increasingly more active hardcore scene in San Diego, which includes like-minded bands such as Heat and Karbonite.

Entertainment | Music

Jason Lee and the R.I.P. Tides - Mr Moai's

Shot locally in San Diego.

Music | Music

Weekend At Dave's, by TOO MANY DAVES

13 track album

News | News

Del Mar reluctantly adds ‘managed retreat’ to coastal erosion options

Only as a last resort would city consider taking homes off the beach

News | News

No, a new bill wouldn't 'literally' ban Bible sales in California but debate rages

Despite proof of the contrary, false claims that a bill in California will ban the sale of Bibles continue to spread online.

Miscellaneous | Interesting stories

Priscilla Yanez — Civil Service Worker or Spy?

About month ago I sat down to interview Tina Real. Tina has memories of San Diego that span her eight decades here. What began as an interview of Tina herself quickly expanded to encompass her her…

News | News

I Read the News Today, Oh Boy. And Realized I Should Start Paying for It.

Today's column will come as a shocker to some folks. I've thought long and hard about this as someone who regularly offers up analysis of current events.  I grew up as a writer steeped in loathing for the establishment press. The hostility disp

Music | Music

Awesome Fest 11 - San Diego, CA (February 16-18, 2017)

Awesome Fest is a three-day live music festival of intentionally limited scale aimed at showcasing the diversity, intensity and beauty of DIY punk music.

Entertainment | Music

Jason Lee & the Black Tides - Calypso - Tiki Oasis 2016

Jason Lee & the Black Tides play "Calypso" which will be on their upcoming new album. Jason Hanna is on trumpet with Peachy Punch and Judy Luck dancing For m...