In this episode of Destination San Diego, we’ll introduce you to City Heights – an urban neighborhood that is a true melting pot of different ethnic groups. Home to authentic ethnic restaurants and markets, hidden artworks and live music venues, City Heights is an undiscovered destination in San Diego. We’ll also check in at the […]
Did you know, San Diego was discovered by Europeans 473 years ago? Yep, only 50 years after Columbus and more than 200 years before the Spanish missions were started. Spanish explorer Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo sailed his galleon ship, the San Salvador into San Diego Bay on Sept. 28, 1542 – going down in history as San Diego’s “first […]
On this edition of Destination San Diego, we’ll show you one of San Diego’s best kept secrets – the vibrant Barrio Logan neighborhood. An epicenter of the city’s Mexican-American culture, this neighborhood is quickly becoming a hotspot for cutting-edge art and authentic local culture. The neighborhood is also home to Chicano Park, the largest collection […]
Mission Valley is frequented by San Diego locals, but even most locals have yet to discover the hidden cultural gems of this neighborhood. Check out a few of these spots, and impress a native San Diegan with your knowledge of a neighborhood best known for shopping!
Theater choices in San Diego can range from Tony® Award-winning, Broadway-bound classic and contemporary plays to esoteric puppetry in the Pacific Ocean. Here are some of the goings-on in the dramatic world of San Diego theater.
The Chargers are going to the Super Bowl…is what I wish I was saying. Though my Bolts are not going this year and will certainly play in the Big Game next year (fingers crossed), there is still plenty of Sunday fun to be had here, especially for the Seattle and Denver fans “stuck” in San Diego for the big game.
Oh the weather outside is amazing, and these events are delightful, so if you want some fun real soon, come to San Diego for these top things to do.
Halloween week means lots of spooky events around San Diego, but there’s more happening this week than just parading ghosts and goblins. The traditions of Mexico at Dia de los Muertos celebrations, zombies walking at a local theater, and some post-Halloween fun at a local street fair are all part of the top things to do in San Diego this week.
The weekend weather forecast calls for 70-degree days, but fall is in full swing in San Diego, thanks to these upcoming festivities.
Holy Smokes! This weekend is packed with so many great things to do including the sneak peak of <a title="San Diego Restaurant Week Returns September 15-20" href="http://blog.sandiego.org/2013/08/san-diego-restaurant-week-september-2013/">San Diego Restaurant Week</a>, <a title="#SDRWTASTE2013" href="http://www.sandiego.org/members/associations-organizations/california-restaurant-association-san-diego-county/events/sdrwtaste2013.aspx" target="_blank">#SDRWTASTE2013</a>, and so much more. There's no reason not to be in San Diego!