All my family and friends in Washington, Idaho, Montana (brrr!), Texas, New York and even Florida have been battling Old Man Winter this past couple weeks, trying to stay warm. A local reporter friend was out last weekend, shooting some footage of San Diego’s beautiful weather. I got permission to post it for all you […]
Today, a friend and I checked out the SDMA Sculpture Court Café by Giuseppe, a new European-style café that recently opened adjacent to the San Diego Museum of Art in Balboa Park. The café is open for breakfast and lunch and features a delicious menu of omelets, pancakes, pizzas, salads, sandwiches, soups and sweets all made […]
With distinguished major exhibits like Body Worlds and The Dead Sea Scrolls under its belt, the San Diego Natural History Museum outdoes itself by bringing another outstanding and illuminating exhibit to town. Darwin: Evolution|Revolution, which opened this weekend on November 7, is the most comprehensive exhibition on Darwin and his contribution to science ever assembled.
Today is October 1, which means for the next 30 days kids and families can enjoy: Free admission into the San Diego Zoo and the San Diego Zoo’s Wild Animal Park during Kid Free Days. All children ages 3 – 11 will receive complimentary admission into both parks for the entire month. Free admission on any […]
For those of you that want to get out and see San Diego without having to worry about navigating the city streets, Vizit Tours offers four new sightseeing opportunities aboard a vintage Double Decker open top bus. Every tour is narrated by a local tour guide that will tell you the history, facts and insider […]
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.
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 […]
We all know about one star that everybody comes to San Diego to enjoy (the sun, folks) but what about the billions of other stars that get virtually no play here in the city where there are too many lights at night to allow us to allow us access to the heavens? Here are two fun options for getting in some quality stargazing in San Diego.
San Diego is a major theater town. Productions that premiere here head off to the Great White Way every year. Lately, we’ve had a lot of luck with musicals like The Old Globe’s Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and La Jolla Playhouse’s Tony Award-winning Jersey Boys. In fact, debuting this fall on Broadway is Memphis which I saw right here, at […]