[Editor’s Note: A new public library for Imperial Beach has been a BIG deal. After some delays due to the rains and flooding at the beginning of the year, the library finally opened this past weekend. Public libraries now provide community spaces, especially for kids and seniors. In addition, a little known fact — the […]
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Imperial Beach is the most southern beach city in the West Coast of the United States and has a population of approximately 26,000. It is 5 miles northwest of downtown Tijuana, Mexico.
Ice Cream may not be the “thing” to eat in the rest of the country, but in Imperial Beach winter is the best time to enjoy the delight. Cow-A-Bunga, located right at the IB Pier, is a grab-and-go establishment where you can pick up a cone and then meander along the beach. Fewer tourists are […]
Contest is back on! November 20, 2016 , Same time, Same place -Nairin Collardey, Surfrider San Diego https://www.facebook.com/events/337144846660532/ https://sandiego.surfrider.org/2016/08/12/surftheborder/Surfrider San Diego Chapter’s No Border Sewage Committee (NoBS) and Surfrider Baja Chapter are hosting a first ever simultaneous bi-national Pro-Am surf competition on November 20, 2016, at the border of San Diego and Tijuana. The competition is being administered by Revolt Surf and […]
From Honolulu to Imperial Beach, the Big Kahuna’s is where you go when you want to sit down in a relaxed environment, catch the game or just catch a bite before going out to surf near the IB pier. I really enjoyed the restaurant for its rich food and fun choices. For appetizers, deep-fried coconut […]
You may remember my interview with Mike McCoy, the veterinarian who saved the Tijuana Estuary back in the 1970s and 1980s. Thanks to his work, Border Field State Park is the largest coastal wetland in Southern California not crossed by a freeway. You can come see Mike and his wife, Patrica, speak on Thursday, November […]