Once you’re in the Oasis of San Diego, get into the spirit with some beach volleyball, bodysurfing, art-walking, harbor festivals and more with these top things to do.
Make a break for San Diego this weekend and enjoy these top things to do.
Follow the Yellow Brick Road to San Diego for an amazing weekend of sunshine, fun times and these top things to do.
From movies by the pool to spectacular opening day at the Del Mar Racetrack hats to amazing sandcastles to a parade full of pride, there is a ton of family fun to be had this weekend in San Diego with all of these top things to do.
This weekend in San Diego, catch adorable dogs along with amazing professional surfers like Rob Machado surf the waves of the Pacific and more with these top things to do.
With <a title="Summer in San Diego" href="http://www.sandiego.org/summer" target="_blank">summer</a> officially upon us, it's time take advantage of the long days and <a title="What to Do in San Diego" href="http://www.sandiego.org/what-to-do.aspx" target="_blank">explore everything San Diego has to offer</a> including these top things to do this weekend.
Fans of the Food Network know Marcela Valladolid as the star of Mexican Made Easy and one of the hosts of The Kitchen, but many viewers might not know that Marcela is a San Diegan through and through! And this chef loves the cuisine of San Diego, which is full of Mexican influence. As Marcela notes, “we’re so close to Mexico, it’s unavoidable!”
Let Marcela be your Guide to the Good Stuff with her picks for the most authentic flavors of San Diego.
Although they say it never rains in Southern California, there are a few rainy days thankfully to provide water for our desert wild flowers to bloom and keep our gardens green.
For parents with kids on the rare San Diego rainy day, here are some suggestions of places to take the family that provide opportunities for fun, physical activity, education and in some cases, all three.
Keeping the kids awake past midnight on New Year’s Eve can sometimes be a recipe for disaster, but luckily, several venues around San Diego offer a range of family-friendly events that allow you to toast your tots and still make it back by bedtime. Whether you prefer to go budget-friendly or big-time, here’s a short list of options that will help make it a joyous transition to 2014.
It’s already December! When did that happen?! Well, might as well embrace the cooler weather and dive into a ton of festive fun with these top things to do in San Diego this weekend after the break.