Laurie Delk

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  • A burger that aims to save the planet

    A burger that aims to save the planet

    Ever wonder what happens to the leftover pulp that comes with drinking fresh pressed juice? Two San Diego businesses, Mendocino Farms and Pressed Juicery, are taking on that question with the Rescued Vegetable Burger - an homage to food conservation and environmental stewardship. The veggie burger...

  • Who's hungry for Oktoberfest?

    Pull out the beer steins, brats, and lederhosen, it's time for Oktoberfest. Held annually in Munich, Germany since 1810, the famous beer and folk festival takes place each year from mid-September to the first weekend in October and hosts over 6 million visitors per year. Here in San Diego, there...

  • This Happy Hour isn't just for right after work

    This Happy Hour isn't just for right after work

    The words "happy hour" tend to get people excited. It's that time of the day after work when folks can unwind and forget about their stress at bargain rates. Conjuring visions of discount cocktails and half-priced appetizers, happy hour helps people make it through the grueling office day with...

  • San Diego's largest contemporary art event flies into town

    San Diego's largest contemporary art event flies into town

    San Diego's largest contemporary art event returns for its ninth year Sept. 28 through Oct. 1 at a new location - the Wyland Center at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. The popular event plays host to more than 500 artists, 60 galleries, publishers, and studies, and 15,000 festival goers. Here's the inside...

  • Dating a football fan? Here's how to stay in the red zone

    Dating a football fan? Here's how to stay in the red zone

    Dating a football fan can be intimidating. Amongst talk of player stats, fantasy football picks, franchise tags and salary caps, conversations can be downright daunting. There are loads of lingo-driven words tossed around during the course of a football game, but no need to feel frustrated. Take...

  • San Diego Restaurant Week for a multitude of tastes

    San Diego Restaurant Week for a multitude of tastes

    Now in its 13th year of culinary delights, San Diego Restaurant Week kicks off Sept. 24 and runs through Oct. 1 with a myriad of gastronomic pleasures for foodies around the county. How to know where to go and what to eat? For those looking for the latest trends in dining or looking to satisfy...

  • Ecological upheaval centerpiece of Mesa College art exhibition

    Ecological upheaval centerpiece of Mesa College art exhibition

    With deadly earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, and tornadoes ripping across the global landscape, the reality of ecological upheaval seems ever present. In California, such transitions are felt acutely with severe drought, decimating forest fires, and mudslides. In a significant move to educate...

  • Exhibition celebrates deaf artists during awareness month

    Exhibition celebrates deaf artists during awareness month

    In celebration of National Deaf Awareness Month, The Studio Door presents Artistry Through Deaf Eyes, a significant exhibition acknowledging the diverse and talented works of deaf and hard of hearing artists. In collaboration with local visual artist Jon Savage, who used the hashtag #deafartist...