Andrea Lopez-Villafaña


Photo by Kimberly Mufferi

Daniella Benitez works with Build a Miracle, a nonprofit that builds homes for families in Mexico. She is also a board member of Kidbox’s Kids Board of Directors. more

People of the Year


Photo courtesy of Vivian Moreno

Vivian Moreno is the newly-elected San Diego City Councilmember representing District 8, which includes Barrio Logan, Greater Logan Heights, San Ysidro and Otay Mesa. more

People of the Year


Photo courtesy of Beto Soto

The 24-year-old photographer interviewed seven individuals for his Undocuqueer project and photographed them at home with their families. more



Photo courtesy of Ammar Campa-Najjar for Congress

While the past months have been exhaustingly busy for the first-time candidate, something which is apparent from our interview, he is not slowing down anytime soon. more



Photo by Andrea Lopez-Villafaña

Mystery manis? CBD-infused massages? The best spots for nails, brows and more more

Best of San Diego


Photos by Andrea Lopez-Villafaña

IG-worthy pancakes? John Stamos sightings? The best spots for morning-ish grub more

Best of San Diego

Environmental heroes? City council upstarts? Our picks for the local politicians who are giving us their best more

Best of San Diego

In many ways, Moreno represents the institutional choice in this race. She has experience and knows what steps need to be taken to address the issues that impact the district. more



Photo by Andrea Lopez-Villafaña

Late night on July 14, Marcela Dominguez woke up in the backseat of a friend’s car only to find herself in Tijuana. She was scared, her palms were sweaty, and her heart raced as she found herself overwhelmed with panic. more



Photo by Andrea Lopez-Villafaña

“This is a totally volunteer-ran space and we need more people here,” Rios-Mathioudakis says. “This Centro will represent our community if we have people from our community here.” more

Fall Arts


Photo by Andrea Lopez-Villafaña

Now, almost three months since the storage center opened to serve 500 homeless citizens, residents have witnessed that the facility is upholding its “good neighbor obligations,” however, some still do not support it. more



Photo by Duncan Moore

After all was said and done, the hepatitis A outbreak in San Diego County claimed the lives of 20 people, a majority of which were identified as homeless citizens. more

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