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Everyday a band starts, and just about that same time, one ends. What is it that makes one stick, last for 10 years, change music, and put a face to the genre that they expose? Some critics would argue many points but no matter the answer it is in your gut. One band has taken [...]
Andaz San Diego is making every second count on New Year’s Eve with a dynamic blend of creative art, live music and unique environments at its “NYE LIVE 2011” party intended to stimulate each of the five senses during an electric night of revelry and celebration. “We wanted to create an experience that would make [...]
The 2.5-mile Heritage Trail alongside Valley Center Road officially opened Thursday with a celebratory ceremony that included a trailhead plaque dedication to the late Brendan McNabb, a County Public Works project manager who played a key role in the trail’s development. “Speaking as both a resident of Valley Center and a County Supervisor, the Heritage [...]
For a festive new way to enjoy the Del Mar Fairgrounds‘ Holiday of Lights, many are choosing the Holiday Hayride, now in its second year. The hayride operates on Fridays through December 17. It gives people the opportunity to see the 400-plus holiday light displays set up around the Del Mar Racetrack from an open-air [...]
The San Diego Running Institute, in conjunction with Dirt Devil Racing, announce the race dates and locations for their upcoming 2011 trail racing season. The Dirt Devil Racing Series, a trail racing group sponsored by the San Diego Running Institute, will be holding five races during the 2011 year. All races are held on local [...]
In its 22nd year, Macy’s sponsorship makes museum-going affordable – Consumers can get a Museum Month Pass to enjoy access to participating San Diego Museum Council member museums at half-off throughout the entire month The San Diego Museum Council is proud to announce that its heavily discounted and sought-after event, Museum Month, is back this [...]
Come and get a glimpse of what life was like for San Diego pioneers in the 1800s. Last week County Supervisor Dianne Jacob and the County of San Diego Department of Parks and Recreation officially opened the newly-restored Bancroft Rock House in Spring Valley. The improvements to the historic rock house include a new roof, [...]
The Viejas Outlets officially kick off the holiday season this weekend with a holiday tree lighting ceremony, the premiere of the Legend of the Ice Princess show and public skating on southern California’s largest outdoor ice rink. The annual lighting of the Viejas Holiday Tree – one of the largest holiday trees in San Diego [...]
Tickets are now available for The Old Globe Theatre‘s production of “Plaid Tidings – A Special Holiday Edition of Forever Plaid.” The production runs from Nov. 27 – Dec. 26, 2010, at the Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre. “Plaid Tidings” continues the story of the singing group whose lives were lost in an accident involving [...]
San Diego’s greenest cruise presents guaranteed sightings and nature at its best Guests will set their sights on magnificent, migrating gray whales when Hornblower Cruises & Events kicks off this season’s popular Whale & Dolphin Watching Adventures on Saturday, December 11, 2010. In addition to showcasing the awe-inspiring animals – sightings are guaranteed! – San [...]
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