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Tuesday, May 19,2015
Summer guide

Where to take your friends with pets this summer

Take four-legged friends to many restaurants, breweries and paddleboarding out on the bay

By Jeff Terich
Traveling with pets isn't easy. Sure, there are some benefits you don't get when traveling with children—you don't have to buy your travel companion a seat on an airplane, and 21-and-up rules don't apply.
Tuesday, May 19,2015
Summer guide

Where to take your friends with kids this summer

Baby on board? Visit Mother Earth Brewing, Balboa Park Sculpture Garden and the New Children’s Museum

By Joshua Emerson Smith
Now that I'm in my (shudder) mid-thirties, many of my friends have children. My partner is due to have our second child any moment. As a result, more and more of my experiences are kid-friendly.
Tuesday, May 19,2015
Summer guide

Where to take your grandparents this summer

Anthony’s Fish Grotto, Urban Safaris and Mission Bay are destinations the elder folks will enjoy

By Ryan Bradford
I've been told more than once that I'm a secret old person. This is not the same as being called an "old soul"—believe me, I could only be so lucky if anyone regarded me with the same esteem as a college-aged hippie regards anyone who can stumble through a Dylan cover on guitar.
Tuesday, May 19,2015
Summer guide

Where to take your parents this summer

Restaurants with big portions, unpretentious golf courses and the cowboy way suits these characters

By Ron Donoho
It's like having Lucy and Ricky Ricardo and Ethel Mertz (sans high-waisted Fred) over for an extended stay. My parents from back East regularly travel around the country with my mom's childhood friend. 
Tuesday, May 19,2015
Summer guide

Where to take your hip friends this summer

Skip the tourist traps and treat them to tacos, TNT and Turista Libre tours

By Seth Combs
I'm lucky in that I have friends spread throughout the world. I suppose I'm also lucky that said friends, for the most part, remain single and spawnless. So when they come to visit, I do feel it's my duty to show them the real San Diego.
Wednesday, May 21,2014
Summer guide

Summer Guide 2014

Our detailed manual for the intrepid summer-camper

By CityBeat Staff

How much do you miss going off to summer camp when you were a kid? A lot, right? Don’t you want to relive it No? You hated summer camp? Oh. Well, then, if those are painful memories, how about creating new ones?

Wednesday, May 21,2014
Summer guide

Bacon- and sausage-infused summer

Death for Food invites you to kill your own dinner—plus two-dozen other fun things to do in San Diego

By CityBeat Staff

The summer months will bring even more fun stuff to do in San Diego. What follows is a curated list of events, including a few featured happenings that gave us a chance to tie in our summer-camp theme, just for kicks.

Tuesday, May 20,2014
Summer guide

San Diego ice-cream social

14 places to get your frozen-dessert fix

By CityBeat Staff
What's summer without ice cream? And what's summer camp without an ice-cream social? In homage to the joy of stuffing your face with all sorts of sweet, chilled creamy goodness, here we bring together in one place some of the best spots to hit for some tasty frozen desserts.
Tuesday, May 20,2014
Summer guide

San Diego’s hidden urban canyons

There are way more of them than you think

By Joshua Emerson Smith
"I'm doing a story on San Diego's 13 canyons," I said over the phone to Eric Bowlby, executive director of nonprofit San Diego Canyonlands, hoping to cull some basic information. I had recently fo
Tuesday, May 20,2014
Summer guide

San Diego County’s swimmin’ holes

Hikes to cool off can be a leisurely stroll or a harrowing journey

By Ryan Bradford
Swimming holes not only epitomize the summer-camp experience; they also provide some of the most scenic, enjoyable environments in which to swim.
 
 
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