San Diego Film Festival Celebrates A Decade of Movies

  The San Diego Film Festival kicks off its tenth year of bringing together filmmakers and movie aficionados in America’s Finest City. From September 28th through October 2nd the SDFF takes over the bustling Gaslamp district and Reading Cinemas in downtown San Diego transforming them into home base for more than 75 shorts, documentaries, and features […]

Review: 'Pan Am' Flights Take You Back To The Cold-War 60's

Longing for the good old days when travel was glamorous, involved wearing gloves (not the latex kind), and espionage was as common as a girdle? Then tune into ABC’s new fall television show “Pan Am.” Photo courtesy of Sony Television In this period show, the world’s foremost international luxury commercial airline of the 1960’s is […]

Kids Free In October at San Diego Museums

San Diego Museum Council presents Kids Free in October Two Dozen Museums offer free admissions to kids with a paid adult this October 2011 in San Diego County The San Diego Museum Council will follow the lead of the San Diego Zoo and offer free admission in October at 24 museums for children ages 12 […]

Gordon Ramsay Arrives at Kmart

One of the wonderful opportunities bloggers had during the BlogHer '11 conference in San Diego, Ca. was attending the Cheap Sally party at Stingaree. This is where we previewed the new Gordon Ramsay Everyday cooking line debuting Sunday, September 19, at your neareby Kmart Store! But, don't be frightened. Mr. Ramsay isn't included with your purchase, so he will not be […]

Viva Mexico! September 16 is Mexico’s Independence Day

There’s a widespread misconception that Cinco de Mayo is Mexico’s Independence Day. It is not. It’s today, September 16. It was on this day in 1810, that Mexico began a war against colonial masters led by Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, who some say around 6 AM, signaled the beginning of the rebellion to rid the peasants of Spanish oppression with a […]