Cirque du Soleil in San Diego with Quidam

Cirque du Soleil is well known world-wide for its unique, artistic musical shows incorporating daring acrobatics refined by graceful ballet and modern dance choreography. San Diego's Valley View Casino Center (formerly the Sports Arena)  will host 8 performances of the Canadian company's show Quidam, which premiered in Montreal in April 1996. Cirque du Soleil during […]

New at The Wrap: Keep Questions about Reality TV out of the SAT Exam

“Are so-called reality shows beneficial or harmful?” was the question on the last Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). All I have to say is, “Darn! Why didn't my kid get this one on his exam?” No, not really. Read my opinion about this travesty over at The Wrap.

Going to San Jose del Cabo – The other side of Cabo

When you think of Cabo, or Los Cabos, you might imagine celebs at the Palmilla Hotel, or the cruise ships lining the coast and shuttling passengers to and from the mainland. In March, Spring Break students take over this sunny coastal town in Baja California, Mexico. A fleet of glass-bottom boats waits to take tourists […]

Resources to Help Japan Victims

If you would like to help victims of the Japan earthquake and tsunami, below is a list of organizations you can do it through. This is not a comprehensive list, only resources I found around the Internet. Locally, you can help by donating toThe San Diego Foundation's Global Relief Fund. The American Red Cross has set […]

Guy Kawasaki's “Enchantment”

Who knew Guy Kawasaki and I had things in common? I’m talking about the guy who’s enchanted us with his blog, Alltop website, and constant Twitter updates delivered with his unique approach to Social Media.  In fact, that’s how I met him – virtually, that is. After a few months of following him, I couldn’t […]