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Living Social: The Little Yoga Studio

Living Social: The Little Yoga Studio January 31, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
We aren’t huge fans of the daily deals, but today’s Living Social sparked our attention – why? Because it’s a legit business. We’re not yogi’s are anything over here in San Diego, but as a city that is obsessed with body image and fitness, it seems fitting that we’ve...

2011 Farmers Insurance Open

2011 Farmers Insurance Open January 11, 2011 | Events, Things to Do | Read More
We love our golf in San Diego, especially at Torrey Pines Golf Course (it was, after all, the 2008 home to the US Open). Next weekend, January 24-30, Torrey Pines will once again up its green to the most well known golfers in the world. The Farmers Insurance Open will introduce former champion Ben Crane...

San Diego Flooded: Rain Shuts Down City

San Diego Flooded: Rain Shuts Down City December 22, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
It’s unusual for San Diego to gain national attention for the weather, but this year has turned the city of the sun topsy-turvy with every season. This summer was one of the coldest in decades, and just last month we had the warmest day of the year (it was November). So it shouldn’t surprise...

Snow Comes to San Diego

Snow Comes to San Diego December 15, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
It’s snowing in San Diego and we’ve even got the abominable snowman. Well, not technically. At least – not where most of San Diegans are sitting. But this is pretty entertaining nonetheless. The ‘Rancheti’ is a permanent figure, and prominent roadside attraction, to residents...

Stuck in San Diego During the Holidays? Enjoy It!

Stuck in San Diego During the Holidays? Enjoy It! November 5, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
While it’s only every so often that San Diego travelers get stuck in the airport…we do get the occasional cloud coverage. Being such a large city, most travelers are surprised to learn that there really isn’t much going on in the San Diego International Airport…at least for now....

Walking San Diego’s Hills

Walking San Diego’s Hills October 12, 2010 | Events, Things to Do | Read More
Gearing up for my own personal adventure (I’m walking 60 miles in 3 day for Susan G. Komen) I’ve been exploring San Diego’s wide variety of hiking trails. While there are only a sprinkling of mountain ranges in the city to keep me motivated on a Saturday morning, this past week the...

Halloween in San Diego

Halloween in San Diego October 10, 2010 | Events, Things to Do | Read More
Halloween is right around the corner and whether you plan on juggling the kids or juggling the drinks, there’s a lot more action happening during October’s last night in San Diego than anyplace else. Freaky Family Fun Chances are even with the little ones in tow you can have a ball with...

Photo Friday: Kate Sessions Park

Photo Friday: Kate Sessions Park September 24, 2010 | Events, Things to Do | Read More
For any college student, beach-loving local, they are all too familiar with this view. It was taken on a gloomy afternoon (we’ve been getting a lot of those lately) at the last place where San Diego is allowed to rebel: Kate Session Park. High up Mount Soledad in Pacific Beach, Kate Session Park isn’t...

San Diego Still Has It’s Glam

September 14, 2010 | Events, Things to Do | Read More
Perhaps it’s the gloomy, 70 degree weather or the fact that the Padres just about lost the lead in their series against the San Francisco Giants, but San Diego hasn’t been feeling up to its normal speed lately. Yet even with the normal signs of fall approaching this city of sun, we’ve...

Photo Friday – Artisan, Homemade Bread

Photo Friday – Artisan, Homemade Bread September 3, 2010 | Food, Things to Do | Read More
While it might not look like it today, at one time the nearly decade old artisan bread shop Bread on Market was at the center of San Diego’s red light district. The “ladies of the night” hung from the windows while the East Village restaurant, caterer and retailer was the lobby of...