My perennial favorite public art project is blooming again along the shores of San Diego Bay. Each year since 2003, the Port of San Diego has commissioned artists to dream up fantastic, fanciful sculptures and install their “urban tree” on our waterfront. Over the years, the Urban Trees project has produced works of art that range […]
If you have spent any time driving near the Marine Corps Air Station on Miramar Road, you probably have driven past a collection of vintage military aircraft. That collection is the pride of the Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum, the only museum dedicated to Marine Corps aviation.
Before moving to San Diego, I don’t think I knew what the real definition of a mall was. Sure I’d been to the small mall near my house to pick up my back-to-school essentials, sit in the massage chair at Brookstone and flirt with the good looking surfers at Pacific Sunwear, but if there was […]
Sam the Cooking Guy, San Diego’s own Emmy Award-winning, foodie TV star is excited about the upcoming San Diego Restaurant Week. So much so that he’s offering up a series of video tips on how to make the most of your experience Sept. 13-18. Watch and learn!
Want to channel your inner Julie & Julia? Whether you want to master the perfect hand-rolled sushi or unravel the mysteries of wine tasting, this fall the Balboa Park Food & Wine School is offering the chance to dig in and savor the experience with an exciting roster of autumn cooking classes. Classes are held at […]
The Spanish Village Art Center is home to 37 working artist studios that are open to the public every day. Here, you can wander through and watch as art is created. You can check out the local art all around and even support the artists by picking up a fresh piece for yourself.
Question of the day, what does wiener dog racing have to do with college football? Find out this Saturday at the 13th annual Wienerschnitzel Wiener Nationals at Qualcomm Stadium. The competition is actually a fund-raiser and awareness-building event for the Pacific Life Holiday Bowl & the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl games played […]
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 […]