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Remember to “jump ahead” this weekend by setting your clock forward by one hour. Spend that extra hour of sunlight this weekend enjoying one of these great events in San Diego. After the break are your Five to Try… Read More…

As the days count down for San Diego Museum Month (1/2 price admission to 40 participating museums), across the bridge on Coronado Island, the charming Coronado Museum of History and Art, chock full of history and visionary tales told with a plethora of enchanting educational activities and exhibits, awaits visitors.

After the break are 5 of my must-see/must-try picks at the Coronado Museum… Read More…

Over 40 museums are participating in Museum Month, and this weekend is your last chance to take advantage of half-off admission. Simply stop by any Macy’s to pick up your pass. After the break are my top five picks for this weekend. Read More…

If you’re an art lover, museum buff, or simply appreciate the value of a good deal, then February is the best time for you to visit San Diego. All month long, stop by any San Diego County Macy’s location to pick up a Museum Month pass, and you’ll get half-off admission for you and up to three guests at more than three dozen museums throughout San Diego. Join me on a video tour of three great art museums in Balboa Park. Read More…

Find the best events in San Diego during the weekend of February 2-5, 2012. From whale watching to black holes, visitors can find the best events and things to do this weekend! Read More…

Find the best events in San Diego during the weekend of January 6-8, 2012. From whale watching to hiking, visitors can find the best events and things to do this weekend! Read More…

1. San Diego Beer Week: From November 4-13, hundreds of beer-centric events take place throughout the county during this 10-day festival that highlights San Diego’s award-winning craft beer, breweries and pubs. Two capstone events are the San Diego Brewers Guild Festival’s kick-off on November 5 at Liberty Station on Point Loma and the closing event, a beer and food pairing at the Lodge at Torrey Pines in La Jolla on November 13.

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Southern California’s expansive vistas and ethereal light have an unspoken power. If it were a sound, I would imagine it to be a deep cleansing exhale, like a cool breeze blowing off the ocean on a warm sunny day. If it were to be conveyed as an image or object, it is undoubtedly captured in the body of work created by a group of artists from the region in the 1960’s, who were part of an art movement known as Light and Space.

The transcendental experience of being in Southern California – the deep blue Pacific Ocean and the …

The country’s largest urban cultural park, Balboa Park, has been one of my favorite San Diego spots since childhood. I can remember taking class field trips to the many museums, my 8-year-old self awestruck by their enormous grandeur. As an adult, I still love visiting Balboa Park. No matter how many times I wander the park’s vast Spanish Colonial walkways, I always find something new and exciting to explore that awakens my inner 8-year-old spirit.

To celebrate Arts Month San Diego, take your inner child to explore the arts offerings of the nation’s largest cultural park. With 15 …

This week, Arts Month San Diego is highlighting the cultural neighborhood of La Jolla. We all know La Jolla for its beautiful beaches, fine dining options, shops, and beautiful scenery – but it also offers significant cultural institutions, including the La Jolla Playhouse and the La Jolla branch of The San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art.

FALL EVENTS IN LA JOLLA

Phenomenal: California Light, Space, Surface: Spanning both Museum of Contemporary Art locations in downtown San Diego and La Jolla, Phenomenal takes an in-depth look at 13 rising artists working in Los Angeles in the 1960s and ’70s …