Documentary explores hidden history of San Diego’s gay bars
There were 40 gay bars in San Diego in 1986;...
The reel deal: August movie releases
New movies being released in August 2017 include Logan...
‘Atomic’ woman Charlize Theron wows on Comic-Con ‘Women Who Kick Ass’ panel
During a Hall H interview with Entertainment Weekly, the...
The reel deal: July movie releases
New movies being released in June 2017 include Spider-Man:...
A Star Wars Lightsaber Battle is happening in SD
Whether you’re more in tune with the dark side or the light side, get involved in the epic craziness that is coming to San Diego to celebrate the opening of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” in theaters on Thursday, Dec. 17. The first event we recommend checking out is the Lightsaber Battle down at Embarcadero […]Bars | ClubsDecember 15
Former San Diegan Luke Skywalker then and now
You just can’t escape the “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” mania. Opening this Thursday, the seventh installment of the franchise is expected to shatter box office records. With members of the original cast appearing in the film, it’s important to note that Mark Hamill, aka Luke Skywalker, is a former Clairemont resident who attended Hale […]Feature StoriesDecember 15
Taylor Steele: surf video master
To say that North County resident Taylor Steele changed the face of surfing is an understatement. His surf videos from the early 1990s all the way to present day introduced the world to unknown surfers like Rob Machado, Kelly Slater and Shane Dorian, all of whom became legends of the sport. I first met Steele […]MoviesOctober 27
Experience The Lot in La Jolla
If you haven’t had the chance to visit The Lot in La Jolla yet, you’re in for a seaside treat. This luxury movie theater is the talk of the town and for good reason. It’s the newest one-stop shop for all things La Jolla: Art, music, food and culture. Let’s start with the venue. It’s […]Beer | BreweriesOctober 26
San Diego: Back in time
Wednesday, October 21, 2015, “Back to the Future” Day, marks the day Marty McFly, Emmett “Doc” Brown and Jennifer Parker traveled from 1985 to 2015 in 1989’s “Back to the Future II.” In observance of this monumental day, more than 1,700 theaters across the country are hosting screenings of the sci-fi comedy at 4:29 p.m., […]MoviesOctober 21
All that music makes you hungry
Times they are a-changin’: From Coachella to Glastonbury, music festivals are answering the ever-more-frenzied cries from mosh pits of health-conscious fans who want their next meal to be anything but processed meat in tube form. Unless of course it’s an artisanal sausage sandwich. For KAABOO Del Mar organizers, it would be silly to ignore these […]ChefsSeptember 12
Stitch app offers new ways to experience events
This summer, representatives for a soon-to-launch app called Stitch have been traveling across San Diego to sign people up and give away prizes. That means team members have had an amazing summer attending events at some of San Diego’s premier venues and attractions – everywhere from the Del Mar races and Padres games to the […]Arts | CooltureAugust 11
Fox shows off its superpowers with ‘Fantastic Four,’ ‘Deadpool’ and ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’
Every year at Comic-Con, it seems there’s one movie that comes out of left field, wows the fans in Hall H and rides out of the convention on a wave of buzz. Last year it was “Mad Max: Fury Road.” This year it looks to be “Deadpool.” The film wasn’t included in the confirmed list […]MoviesJuly 12