Sunday, April 23, 2017

SDRW Battle: $10 Lunch vs. $50 Dinner

San Diego Restaurant Week is a perfect example of a local initiative that became a city’s tradition. Supporting the local economy, it brings together 180 restaurants ready to serve lunch and dinner to each...

Nearby Nibbles: Campus-Close SDRW Picks

Restaurant Week returns to San Diego on January, 17 with 180 participating food joints. Having a hard time choosing? Though quality eateries can be far to seek, we decided to stick to nearby locations and...

Around the World in One (Restaurant) Week

With 180 participating eateries, San Diego Restaurant Week is the culinary world encapsulated. Sit back, relax and let the Guardian take you on your next gastronomic adventure.     1. MEXICO: Blind Burro Location: 639 J...

Ray at Night (Janurary 9, 2016)

Date: Jan. 9, 2016, 6 p.m.– 10 p.m. Forget the iconic sand-and-surf San Diego trope for a moment and indulge yourself with the often underrated indie and quasi-grunge side to this city of the sun. Located...

Little Dame Shop

Today, opening a gift store in University Heights is as risky of an affair as opening an Asian restaurant in Convoy Street — the number of competitors is high and the chance of coming...

New Art Spaces Open at Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego

Tired of the biochemistry/mechanical engineering/computer science culture that dominates UCSD? Revel in the artistic side of things and check out the new installation exhibits at the Museum of Contemporary Art to fulfill the creative...

I Can See for Miles: Warby Parker Came to UTC

The story of Warby Parker started in 2010 at Wharton, the business school of University of Pennsylvania. Since then, the word about Warby has spread across the country, from New York, Austin, Seattle and...

One Sewing Machine – One Million Personalities

Stories are told in all mediums — from epic film biopics to nonsensical haikus — but for UCSD alumnus and current UCSD InterVarsity staff member Darren Oei, the stories he tells are interwoven into...

What the Hell, Halloween?

UCSD Guardian staff reflects on the tricks and treats of their past Halloween experiences. The television flickers as the scene changes: Chad and Patrick are setting up for Halloween when a man in a shiny...

Three Reasons Why You Should Read “Titus Groan” by Mervyn Peake

“Titus Groan” began my descent into madness. It's onset was subtle – a few pages at night and post-its wedged by noteworthy sections – then, text still unfinished, I would re-listen my favorite passages...

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In the film “Visions of Abolition: From Critical Resistance to a New Way of Life,” longtime activist and distinguished professor emerita at the University...

30-Year-Old Woman Pleads Not Guilty to Coffee Cart Arsons

Thirty-year-old Kay Lyn Williamson has been charged with multiple counts of arson for allegedly setting fire to four of UCSD’s Fairbanks Coffee carts late...

Sleepless in San Diego

How to Get Better Sleep by: Annika Olives, Lifestyle Co-Editor You’re at an impasse. Five coffees in, only half the day is over. You...