This Valentine’s Day, The San Diego Museum of Art is embracing romance with a new, love-themed art tour. Couples can enjoy the best love-inspired works in the Museum’s collection with For the Love of Art: Love in Works from the Permanent Collection. The tour will be offered on select days throughout February with a special picnic package from Panama 66 available on Valentine’s […]

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Restaurant week is here, January 18-24, with 190 restaurants participating. My guest and I were given the opportunity to preview the menu at Común Kitchen and Tavern, which despite being open for a few months already, I’ve never made it in before. Chef Chad White (of Sea Rocket Bistro fame) has done an amazing job putting together an amazing 3 course meal […]

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I know I sure did. I was invited down to Osteria Panevino a few days ago to try their holiday Truffle menu, and was blown away not only by the home-made pastas, the fresh shaved truffle, but the wine pairings, all at a great value. If you’ve not been to Osteria Panevino before, it’s a must-try in the Gaslamp District, offering […]

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Social Fresh Conference wouldn’t be Social Fresh unless it touted impeccable speakers, brand representatives and case studies; one large open conference room opposed to separate tracks, and of course, networking, teams, boxed lunches and incredible cocktail parties. This year was no different. The team at Social Fresh paired up with Omni San Diego to host two fun-filled days of learning, […]

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For all of you art buffs out there, San Diego has been graced with a landmark exhibition of Spanish Post-Impressionist painter Joaquín Sorolla (1863 – 1923).  It’s a once-in-a-life-time opportunity that you only have a week left to enjoy.  The San Diego Museum of Art is proud to display Sorolla and America with over 150 of his masterpieces, including portraits […]

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By Audra Leigh of San Diego Cheers Photos by Riza Mojeda of Mojo Photography In 1955, former bookkeeper, Tom Ham, had proven success in the restaurant world by bringing San Diego its very first “Polynesian Paradise”. It brought life to Shelter Island for locals of Point Loma and became a must-go to spot for visitors. It wasn’t until 1971 that […]

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