Last night, my friend and I went to check out the new Side Bar in Gaslamp Quarter, which reopened in May after a multi-million dollar renovation. Upon entering, this bar/lounge/club was unlike anything I had ever seen. The black, red and silver décor was over-the-top in the most fabulous way – I swear, I spent […]
The biggest pop culture extravaganza in the nation is upon us once again. Last year, I had tickets. So, in addition to walking the floor, some incredible celeb-sightings and crazy people-watching, I took in a panel honoring Ralph Bakshi, genius writer/director of the revolutionary Fritz the Cat, and a spirited session on all things steampunk. (Best. Costumes. Ever.) […]
On this week’s edition of Travel Like A Local – our online radio show – Darlynne tackles a fun threesome of San Diego offerings. First up, hear all about the new exhibit by the Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation at the William Heath Davis House Museum. Called “Gaslamp Quarter, Then and Now: Redevelopment Reconsidered”, the exhibit runs through […]
ike any Wild West town, the story of San Diego is rich with sensational stories of heroism and infamy – from its origins as “New Town” to its era as red light district, through its time of decay into its renaissance – and you can relive it all through these unique and entertaining sightseeing tours.