A revamped Death for Food event returns, Bill Murray is headed to Escondido, San Diego Opera is selling off a Barrio Logan studio and more in our weekly digest of the region’s arts and culture news.
For years, San Diego breweries have invited local caterers to set up food stands in their tasting rooms. But a new county ordinance could spell the end to this symbiotic relationship.
In the ’80s, that game day bowl of guacamole likely included some avocados grown in San Diego. That’s because the region produced about half the state’s avocados back then. Now, according to the latest estimates from the California Avocado Commission, Ventura County is on track to produce about as many avocados as San Diego this year. VOSD’s Ry […]
There are lots of ways income inequality plays out in San Diego, including educational disparities, affordable housing and access to healthy food.
San Diego is now just one of three Southern California school districts to be assigned a Food Corps service member.
A new exhibit aims to get kids to understand where real food comes from.
Mayor and publisher cope with reality, council ponders brewery rules, Filner makes national news and overachievers overachieve.
Unlike California’s Prop. 37, which contained language dictating how the label would appear, the proposed federal legislation would leave wording decisions to the FDA.
Fact-checking the new schools supe, SD and the Farm Bill, behind a violent jail death, droning on and a healthy food shout-out.
What gets into or left out of the next Farm Bill can have important ramifications for our region.