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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...

San Diego Toilets – How Deep Will you Go?

San Diego Toilets – How Deep Will you Go? October 29, 2010 | Travel Tips | Read More
We’re pretty traditional in San Diego – what with the whole Western roots and all – but we still have a little fun know and again when it comes times for a potty break.Typically when you’re traveling to San Diego, you’re likely to get the whole routine down. There’s...

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...

Photo Friday: San Diego’s Number 1

Photo Friday: San Diego’s Number 1 August 13, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
The Western Metal Supply Co. marks one of the few remaining historical landmarks in downtown San Diego. The four story building designed by Henry Lord Gay in 1909 clips the home of the San Diego Padres, Petco Park. Registered as a historical building, the venue originally housed the steel distribution...

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 –...

Del Mar Races Open Today

Del Mar Races Open Today July 21, 2010 | Events, Things to Do | Read More
Where does the “turf meet the surf”, you ask? That’s easy in San Diego – down at the old Del Mar, where it’s opening day! Bring out your hats and galoshes, an unlikely combination for the 71st season of the Del Mar Races but one granted to be found among residents pouring...

Lilith Fair Rallies Fans in San Diego

Lilith Fair Rallies Fans in San Diego July 9, 2010 | Events, Things to Do | Read More
I’ll admit that after hearing about several cancelled concert dates, I only expected the worst for Wednesday night’s Lilith Fair at Cricket Wireless Amphitheater. Even with raindrops looming and a 5.4 magnitude earthquake, the city came out to support women in music lead by festival co-founder...

Friday Photo: Sunset in San Diego

Friday Photo: Sunset in San Diego June 25, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
San Diego is notorious for having sunshine year round, except for the months of May and June when we receive the infamous “May Gray” and “June Gloom.” Though mostly overcast these past eight weeks, every few hours a sprinkling of light slips through the clouds and quickly turns...

Cedros Design District: A Place to Cure All

Cedros Design District: A Place to Cure All May 22, 2010 | Food, Travel Tips | Read More
The Cedros Design District is one of the few San Diego neighborhoods that predominately features DIY designers and artists in a modest sunny landscape. Adjacent to the 101 and across from Solana Beach’s train station, the humble three blocks surface a creative haven for any design appetite. Hidden...

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,...
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