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Italian Flavors Warm Little Italy this Weekend

Italian Flavors Warm Little Italy this Weekend May 21, 2010 | Events, What's New | Read More
We may be thousands of miles away from Italy here in San Diego, but that doesn’t mean we can’t do Italian. From the people who know it best -better known as those living in Little Italy and originally hailing from the country itself – comes the Sicilian Festival. This Sunday, May 23th,...

S’Mores Fire Pits for San Diego

S’Mores Fire Pits for San Diego May 14, 2010 | Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
If you’re a San Diego resident and you haven’t roasted marshmallows on one of the several sporadic beach fire pits around the county, you’re missing out. San Diego has been all about the pits lately, as budget cuts nearly forced removal of these infamous concrete blocks. Just in time,...

Weekend Events to Celebrate Spring

Weekend Events to Celebrate Spring May 12, 2010 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Think you have nothing to do this weekend? Think again. San Diego is abuzz with spring as special events are happening both Saturday and Sunday. Don’t want to miss out on all that spring has to offer? Check out two events that are not to be missed. The Food & Wine Classic benefiting the Chula...

UCSD’s Claim to Fame: The Library

UCSD’s Claim to Fame: The Library May 8, 2010 | What's New | Read More
For University of California, San Diego alum one of their campus’ main talking points remains the central architecture piece on its La Jolla home. Built in the 1960s and named after famed children’s book author Theodore Geisel (otherwise known as Dr. Seuss) in 1995, the Geisel Library is...

Celebrating Cinco de Mayo

Celebrating Cinco de Mayo May 5, 2010 | What's New | Read More
It’s Cinco de Mayo and for San Diegans that doesn’t just mean your average Mexican beer and guacamole. Just miles from the Mexican border, San Diego pulls out all the stops to celebrate the fifth day of May. The House of Blues is hosting a true fiesta tonight with street tacos, live music...

Walmart Violates California Environmental Law, Pays $27 Million

Walmart Violates California Environmental Law, Pays $27 Million May 4, 2010 | What's New | Read More
The national shopping chain conglomerate Walmart reached a record settlement yesterday in the San Diego originating case that accused employees of illegally dumping hazardous chemicals into area drains, trash compactors and more. The company will pay $27 million in fines after illegally mishandling...

Italian Done Right – La Jolla’s Bistro Pazzo

Italian Done Right – La Jolla’s Bistro Pazzo April 29, 2010 | Food, What's New | Read More
It goes without saying that San Diego is obsessed with food. Each neighborhood claims it’s got the best in town, in whatever dish or genre, and makes sure everyone knows it. In La Jolla, it might be a little bit more difficult to claim that you’ve got the best, with nationally recognized...

Tipsy Education: Reuben H. Fleet Center’s ‘Wines, Vines & Climate Science’ Tonight

Tipsy Education: Reuben H. Fleet Center’s ‘Wines, Vines & Climate Science’ Tonight April 13, 2010 | Events, What's New | Read More
Are you a precious purveyor of California’s fine vineyard and wine, but fear the world’s natural climate will severely diminish its crops before too long? Quell your fears with a toast to California’s finest product tonight at the Reuben H. Fleet Center with “Wines, Vines &...

San Diego in Shock, but Surviving, After Quakes

San Diego in Shock, but Surviving, After Quakes April 9, 2010 | What's New | Read More
San Diego seems to be just fine, albeit a little rattled, after the┬ámagnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Mexi-Cali on Easter Sunday. The event has been the topic of new’s stations all over the world and has provided sensible entertainment for earthquake enthusiasts as after shocks continue to wave...

Top Five Things to Welcome Spring to San Diego

Top Five Things to Welcome Spring to San Diego March 19, 2010 | Events, Food, Hotels, Nightlife, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
So what to do when the average temperate is expected to be around 70 and it’s spring break for college students? Check out new restaurants and activities that are happening this weekend – the first of Spring! 1. Mission Beach Boardwalk – look out for “PB Celebs” like Slow-Mo...