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San Diego Padres’ 2011 Camouflage Jersey Gets National Attention

San Diego Padres’ 2011 Camouflage Jersey Gets National Attention January 27, 2011 | What's New | Read More
The San Diego Padres aren’t typically the headliners when it comes to Major League Baseball. Here in San Diego, we are all about supporting the friars and their fans, but everywhere else we’re a lost cause. While our stats box hasn’t changed, the classic jersey has – and it’s...

The Lincoln Room in San Diego

The Lincoln Room in San Diego January 27, 2011 | Food, Nightlife, What's New | Read More
On 4th Avenue in San Diego’s Gaslamp district, you’re often not keen on finding a brand new restaurant. That might all change now that The Lincoln Room has set up shop directly across from the Horton Plaza exit. Convenient? We think so. Owned by La Puerta, The Lincoln Room is a newly refurbished...

Spread Restaurant Has Celebrity Following

Spread Restaurant Has Celebrity Following October 20, 2010 | Food, What's New | Read More
If it has yet to become evident that San Diego has placed a certain emphasis on all things local, Spread San Diego will easily tip you over the edge. This local North Park restaurant that dishes comfort food with a local and organic twist has been turning heads for years. Why the sudden acclaim? Well...

Photo Friday: Soup, Salad and Shelter

Photo Friday: Soup, Salad and Shelter August 21, 2010 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
The exposed brick and modern aesthetic is the interior of CEO of Garden Fresh Restaurant Corp./ Souplantation Michael Mack, who welcomed locals into his City Front Terrace home during the first annual Interior Experience Tour. The weekend event in July celebrated local designers and residents in unique...

What to Pack in San Diego

What to Pack in San Diego July 23, 2010 | Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
So everyone knows that San Diego is a city of the sun…but few really know that to pack in this Southern Californian city, there are a few necessities only locals could suggest. Find them here, in this week’s Local Experts Weekly Challenge. To begin, we’ll start with the essentials –...

Welcome to Summer, San Diego

Welcome to Summer, San Diego July 16, 2010 | What's New | Read More
Up until two weeks ago, San Diegans had been praying for sun. After several fires and a heat wave that is pushing east county to well over 100 degrees, locals are biting their tongues (just a bit). On Tuesday a brush fire following training exercises at Camp Pendleton quickly spread to more than 3,500...

Supermarket Sweep: Road Trip Finds

Supermarket Sweep: Road Trip Finds July 7, 2010 | Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
To make a road trip truly unique in San Diego county, locals tend to stock up on some of the incredibly flavorful finds found at local produce market Henry’s. More like a standing farmer’s market than a grocery chain, Henry’s provides residents with some healthy alternatives to some...

Microsoft Opens SD Store

Microsoft Opens SD Store June 24, 2010 | What's New | Read More
In just the fourth store in the country, Redmond, Washington based software company Microsoft opened up in San Diego’s Fashion Valley today, just four stores away from the Apple Store. The new shift in brand marketing comes after Microsoft’s successful “I’m a PC” commercial...

A Traditional $5 San Diego Lunch

A Traditional $5 San Diego Lunch June 11, 2010 | Food, What's New | Read More
One might think that it is pretty easy to find an inexpensive, mouth watering Mexican meal for under $5 in San Diego. Sure, it’s easy to spot the Mexican mom and pop shops throughout the city, but it’s quite another thing to find a mouthwatering treat for under Abraham Lincoln. Rudy’s...

World Cup 2012 is Attention Getter in SD

World Cup 2012 is Attention Getter in SD May 26, 2010 | What's New | Read More
San Diego might not have any extravagant events taking over the city’s bar filled landscape in lieu of the World Cup premiere but it might be because we’re holding out for something a little better than watching the games on the big screen – San Diego is one of just eight American...
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