December 19th, 2014 at 8:30 am

Hiking in San Diego

Thanks to the varied terrain, unique topography and 365 days of beautiful weather, San Diego has some of the best hiking in the United States. From the shores of Torrey Pines to the peak of Cowles Mountain to photogenic Potato Chip Rock, there’s something for everyone.

Here are some locations of the best hiking in San Diego:

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December 5th, 2014 at 8:30 am

Live Music

From the coffee shops of Ocean Beach to the concert halls of North County, San Diego boasts a wide selection of music venues to suit just about anyone’s music tastes. Our position as a crossroads of so many cultures, languages and styles gives San Diego’s music scene a sound unlike that of just about anywhere else in the country. And to that end, here are the most unique and popular venues for catching popular music throughout San Diego County:

  1. Sleep Train Amphitheater, Chula Vista With seats to accommodate 20,000 listeners and an open grass field that provides high-level views of the state, Sleep Train Amphitheatre Vista is a must-stop for virtually every major performing act that comes through San Diego.
  1. House of Blues, San Diego This downtown venue is a wonderful place to enjoy a fine meal and show. The House of Blues features all sorts of musical acts, from local festivals to headlining stars who want to have a more personal experience with their audience.


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