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SD Extends Stay-At-Home Order Indefinitely

San Diego's Stay-At-Home Order was set to expire on April 30th, but it has been extended indefinitely. Although San Diego has done a good job at slowing the spread of the coronavirus, there are still some criteria that needs to be met before the city can lift the order. Dr. Wilma Wooten, a San... Read More

North Park To Reopen Thursday Market This Week With New Rules

The weekly North Park Market will return on Thursday this week from 3-6 p.m. for shoppers to get fresh produce and essential groceries. However, this the re-opening does come with some new rules amid COVID-19. It will be a "no touch market" with no samples and customers will not be permitted to... Read More

San Diego County Opened Up Ocean Access (UPDATE)

UPDATE (4/27/20 9:01PM) Here's what's allowed and not allowed at the beaches that have reopened ocean access around San Diego County: +San Diego Allowed: Swimming, surfing, and single-person paddle-boarding and kayaking will be allowed on the ocean. Walking and running on the beach is permitted... Read More

San Diego County to Opened Up Ocean Access (UPDATE)

UPDATE (4/27/20 9:01PM) Here's what's allowed and not allowed at the beaches that have reopened ocean access around San Diego County: +San Diego Allowed: Swimming, surfing, and single-person paddle-boarding and kayaking will be allowed on the ocean. Walking and running on the beach is permitted... Read More

San Diego County to Open Ocean Access on Monday

If you love long walks on the beach, then you're gonna love this! Effective Monday, April 27, San Diego County will re-open the ocean (with limited access) at sunrise! Swimming, surfing, kayaking, and paddle-boarding will be allowed on the ocean. However, cities will make the decision to open the... Read More

Coronado Cancels Fourth of July Celebration Due To The Coronavirus

Coronado's Fourth of July Committee and city leaders decided this week to cancel the 72nd annual Fourth of July parade and fireworks display -- as well as other events ike the 12K and 5K run/walk, fun run, rough-water swim, community vendors, and Art in the Park and concert events. "This is the... Read More

San Diego Comic-Con International Canceled

San Diego Comic-Con International has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. This marks the first time in 50 years that's it's been canceled. "Extraordinary times require extraordinary measures and while we are saddened to take this action, we know it is the right decision," stated David... Read More

Burger King Is Offering Students A FREE Whopper...

Now through April 20th, Burger King wants to reward students for their hard work with a FREE Whopper! How it works: - Student has to place an order through the BK app (Available in the App Store or Google Play ). - Solve a question or equation to unlock the promo code. (Could be a math, biology,... Read More