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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My tour of the new Kettner Exchange 8,000 square foot construction site, the newest restaurant and bar from Matt Spencer (of Syrah and Firehouse PB), was great. It’s located on a very large corner of Grape St. and Kettner Blvd., one of the busiest corners in San Diego thanks to all the traffic leaving the airport daily, and it’s half a block away from the Waterfront, […]

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I recently had the opportunity to see “Red” at the San Diego Repertory Theater, and to say I was pleasantly surprised by the experience would be an understatement. The theater can be a little tricky to find and for all you fellow first timers it’s located downstairs by Starbucks almost all the way to the NBC Building. Once inside the […]

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