So far this summer, plenty of classics have been screened around town, and the fun continues during the “Classics of Comedy” movie series showing at Birch North Park Theatre, right here in my neck of the woods.
You might see Comic-Con banners back up at the Convention Center as well as what looks like a large Comic-Con crowd on the street today. Don’t panic! You didn’t travel through one ofDr. Strange’s spacetime portals to last month’s Comic-Con; it’s just a movie set.
Want to check Street Scene set times on the go? Or need help remembering the name of that Wavves song? Well, now there’s an app for that. Last night, Street Scene launched their exclusive event app for iPhone/iPod Touch users. The free download has event info, directions, parking details, a soon-to-be interactive map and detailed links […]
Need something to tide you over until San Diego Beer Week in November? I just found these cool videos on DRAFT Magazine’s website of behind the scenes tours they took at Karl Strauss and Stone – two of the biggest names in San Diego craft brewing.
For me, Google Maps is a must-have travel tool. I use it to navigate when I’m on the road and I use Street View – the 360-degree photo setting – to get a sneak peek of what my hotel really looks like before I book. Now, I’ve got an even more fun way to use it. Today Legoland […]
Summer nights in San Diego are meant to be enjoyed outdoors. Last week we joined a couple of other families, bundled up our kids and took in a Free Movie in the Park at Viejas Casino & Outlet Center in Alpine, about 35 miles east of downtown right off Interstate 8. The beautiful Viejas Outlet […]
Warm ocean temperatures, coastal highs in the mid-70’s and crowds back in school make fall one of the best times to visit San Diego’s beaches and world-famous family attractions. But, in my opinion, an even more exciting reason to visit in fall are all the cool events celebrating the cultures and people who make up San Diego. It’s […]
On August 15 and 16, the National Park Service, in an effort to get across to us that our national parks are awesome, offered free admission into more than 100 national parks across the nation, and it just so happens that we have one right here in San Diego.
Here, the stars come out in fall. For the San Diego Film Festival, a four-day celebration of movie magic, to show off, discuss and promote their latest indie flicks. This year the fest is set for Sept. 23 – 27 and promises film premieres, thought-proving documentaries, short films, music videos, educational panels and, of course, nightly parties. […]
Last night I was fortunate enough to attend the special Culture and Cocktails event at the San Diego Museum of Art in Balboa Park that featured the Richard Avedon exhibit. Avedon is best known for his black and white photographic portraits that feature prominent politicians and members of the media. The event last night was […]