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Free twilight concerts have become summertime traditions in neighborhoods throughout San Diego County. They’re an opportunity for visitors, locals and their families to socialize, picnic, enjoy music together – and maybe even dance as the sun sets on another perfect San Diego summer day.

Here’s a sampling of what will be staged during the free summer concerts of 2014. Read More…

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Even though San Diego is known for its laid back and comfortable style, the region is home to plenty of upscale, luxury boutiques that will satisfy even the pickiest fashionista. Read More…

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Dad (and the rest of the family) will definitely enjoy the Father’s Day weekend in San Diego with all of these top things to do. Read More…

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From classic airplanes soaring overhead in East County to sail boats racing across the Big Bay, there is a ton of top things to do this weekend in San Diego. Read More…

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Though he was born in Australia, Rob Machado is a San Diegan through and through. This professional surfer has been in the water all over the world, but he still loves surfing San Diego. “I’ve been a lot of places, and there’s not that many places around the world where you haveĀ an area that so compact with so many good surf spots,” Rob says. Read More…

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Start planning your weekend in San Diego with these top things to do ranging from gold mining in East County to a waterfront festival all about bacon. Read More…

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Spend the long Memorial Day Weekend in San Diego enjoying the outdoors, beaches and these top things to do including a remembrance aboard the USS Midway. Read More…

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There is no way you can be bored this weekend in San Diego with the forecasted beautiful weather and all of these top things to do. Read More…

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Callaway Golf Ambassador Tina Mickelson knows a thing or two about San Diego. Not only has she spent lots of time on the region’s many golf courses (just like her brother, Phil Mickelson), but she also loves to get out and explore the region with family and friends. Join Tina, one of San Diego’s Guides to the Good Stuff, in exploring what makes San Diego a great place for golf-lovers and non-golfers alike. Read More…

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Most cultures around the world have their own native version of soup or stew, and San Diego eateries offer a global spectrum of choices. For instance, the growing popularity of Vietnamese pho makes it the latest cross-cultural hit in the culinary world. There are an amazing number of delicious pho and Thai and Japanese ramen and udon soup restaurants in San Diego. There are so many choices that this blog is not even going to address the Asian soup camp – we’ll save it for another blog.

Here are some of my favorite soups in San Diego. Read More…