Allison Keltner

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Recent Articles

  • Tour de Fat takes its show to Waterfront Park

    Killer music, circus performers, vaudeville acts, magicians, comedians and delicious New Belgium beer - where else can you find all these things but at New Belgium's Fat Tire Tour de Fat? The traveling festival gets bigger and better every year and 2017 is no exception. This year, San Diegans can...

  • After Opening Day, keep the party going at L'Auberge

    After Opening Day, keep the party going at L'Auberge

    There are numerous events and traditions associated with Opening Day at the Del Mar Racetrack (is your fascinator ready for the hat contest yet?), but the Opening Day After Party at L'Auberge Del Mar may be the most glamorous of all. For the ninth year, the luxurious hotel will welcome guests and...

  • Dusty Rabbit cocktail competition will wet your whistle

    Dusty Rabbit cocktail competition will wet your whistle

    Rabbits are returning to the Gaslamp this summer - Dusty Rabbits, that is. As part of the Gaslamp's 150th Anniversary, the Gaslamp Quarter Association is challenging downtown's top mixologists to create their version of a cocktail called the "Dusty Rabbit" and compete to see whose concoction will...

  • Epic Wings N' Things gives you something to flap about

    Epic Wings N' Things gives you something to flap about

    For more than 30 years, Epic Wings N' Things has kept things simple: serve up fresh chicken wings (never frozen) with homemade sauces and dressings. Pair them with piping hot, oven-fresh breadsticks and pizza sticks. Wash it all down with delicious craft beer, and watch customers return again and...

  • Enjoy a creative day at the Festival of Arts

    Enjoy a creative day at the Festival of Arts

    Craft beer, local art, live music and delicious food - no neighborhood in San Diego does this combination better than North Park . On Saturday, May 20, the 21 st Annual San Diego County Credit Union Festival of Arts will celebrate North Park's creative spirit. Nine blocks along University Avenue...

  • Chef brings tradition of paella from Spain to San Diego

    Chef brings tradition of paella from Spain to San Diego

    Chef Armando Rodiel grew up eating his mother's paella in Valencia, Spain. Every Sunday, family and friends gathered at his home to enjoy his mother's delicious cooking while catching up and having fun. So it comes as no surprise that when his mother gave him his own pan, at age 12, Rodiel started...

  • New Gaslamp bar brings unique interactive experiences

    New Gaslamp bar brings unique interactive experiences

    A fresh new restaurant/bar/nightclub is hitting the Gaslamp this month when American Junkie opens its doors at Fifth Avenue and Market Street. The concept, first opened in Scottsdale, Arizona, has additional locations in Newport Beach and Hermosa Beach. American Junkie promises some unique interactive...

  • Baseball season returns with a 2-day block party

    Baseball season returns with a 2-day block party

    It's time to root, root, root for the home team, again - baseball season is upon us, and the East Village Association is helping San Diegans kick it off druing the 7 th Annual East Village Opening Day Weekend Block Party. This year, the free, family-friendly Block Party is a two-day event, happening...

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