Sea World sees birth of bottlenose dolphin


Sea World welcomed its newest resident this past Saturday at 3:32 p.m., a 40 pound bottlenose calf. Since the marine-themed amusement park opened in 1964, this birth marks the 80th successful dolphin delivery there. After a pregnancy that lasted the normal twelve months, the labor and birth was described as easy by experts employees of Sea World. Sadie, the proud dolphin mom is thirteen and this is her second calf, after having birthed a bottleneck in five years ago.

King Tut replicas visit Museum of Natural History


Following stops in museums in such locales as Seoul, Amsterdam, Berlin, Geneva, Paris, Munich, and Prague, the eagerly-anticipated exhibition of “The Discovery of King Tut” arrived at Balboa Park’s San Diego Natural History Museum last Saturday.

October events at Reuben H. Fleet


It’s October: Autumn leaves are falling (okay, not from the palm trees, but, you know…), football’s in full swing (Go Chargers!), trick-or-treat’s around the corner, and the Space Museum has some tricks and treats on tap for the Fall.

San Diego breweries win 14 medals at the Great American Beer Festival


Each autumn, the Great American Beer Festival is held to celebrate brewing, tasting, enjoying and comparing the sudsy drink. This year, Denver’s Colorado Convention Center saw ten different nations send 220 judges to choose among more than 5 thousand beers. There were 90 separate categorizations of prizes, and our local brewing industry, on the rise for many years, did quite well. 14 medals were presented by the Brewer’s Association to breweries based in America’s Finest City.

Katriz Trinidad from Chula Vista advances on “The Voice”


In the tradition of American Idols Adam Lambert, from Rancho Penasquitos and Jessica Sanchez from Chula Vista and former Voice finalists Xenia Martinez from Chula Vista and Timyra-Joi Beatty from North Park comes Katriz Trinidad, a fifteen-year-old from Chula Vista.

San Diego Halloween highlights


Boo! Did I scare you? If not, you might want to see if you can get your scare on by choosing one (or more) of the many creepy destinations available in San Diego for celebrating Halloween, that most American Gothic of holidays. Here are ten terrifyingly terrific ways of observing the autumn ritual. Don’t be scared.

Little Italy 20th annual Festa


More than 120,000 people from around the nation will flock to Little Italy to celebrate its 20th anniversary with entertainment, food and Italian culture. The 20th annual FESTA! celebration will be on Sunday, Oct. 12, from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.

San Diego Oktoberfests


Once again, the calendar turns, the seasons change and now it’s fall, and that means beer and German food and celebrations. For autumn, here’s four different Oktoberfests being held soon all around San Diego County: Karl Strauss 25th Anniversary Oktoberfest in Pacific Beach, Pacific Arts Movement Oktoberfest in Liberty Station, The Taste of North Park Oktoberfest in North Park and German American Societies of San Diego, Inc. Oktoberfest in El Cajon.

Cheetah cubs at San Diego Zoo Safari Park


Cheetahs are well known as among the fastest of land animals. But after seeing the two cubs born three weeks ago at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, they just might be the cutest things on land as well. Allie the cheetah gave birth to two cubs on September 1.

The Color Run Kaleidoscope Tour Coming to San Diego October 11

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There’s a reason The Color Run is called the “happiest 5k on the planet.” You and thousands of others can see for yourself this October as the Kaleidoscope Tour comes to Qualcomm Stadium on October 11.

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