Take a spin on the dance floor with the Wheelchair Dancers Organization! The City's Therapeutic Recreation Services provides hundreds of sports, recreation, leisure and outreach activities for people with physical, mental and emotional disabilities. Learn more and view the activity calendar by...
Stories in Category Human Interest
In 1956 Sister Cities International began as an initiative by Dwight D. Eisenhower. He believed partnering cities around the world and connecting people at the community level would forge strong international relations and build trust, which would result in a more peaceful world. There are over...
Featured during Mayor Kevin Faulconer's 2018 State of the City address at the Balboa Theatre. Five residents of San Diego describe how City of San Diego programs have impacted their lives.
92-year-old Charlie Rostron never thought he'd ever get back a cherished walking stick he left on a public street. Thanks to the kind efforts of two City parking enforcement officers, what Charlie thought was lost forever was found and returned.
Photo: ISA/Chris Grant
Don’t call them inspiring – call them passionate. That’s the message from professional surf daredevil Christiaan “Otter” Bailey, a competitor in the 2017 Stance International Surfing Association World Adaptive Surfing Championship in La Jolla.
Bailey was a professional surfer and...
A local historian and paranormal investigator takes us through the Davis-Horton House, a City-owned museum and stop on the Ghosts of the Gaslamp Walking Tour.
City employees volunteer as mentors to provide valuable work experience and job training for young people ages 16 to 24.
A community celebration for National Carousel Day paid tribute to the historic carousel in Balboa Park. Visitors were invited to ride the original 1910 carousel for free.