Don’t Miss Out on the Pacific Islander Festival

Both San Diego and California display a meager 0.5% population of Pacific Islanders; however, that doesn’t represent the amount pride they show! Just like the Pacific Islander mantra, they live big and the Pacific Islander Festival is nothing short of that stature. Be sure to take in the Festival on September 21 & 22, honoring […]

How About An Old-Fashioned Drive-in Movie at South Bay?

There’s nothing more ‘summer’ than a double feature at the drive-in movies; they aren’t as popular as they were in, say the 60s, but there’s no doubt they’re still fun. And not to mention, they’re a lot cheaper than heading to a movie theater for just one flick! Grab the entire family (or just your […]

The La Mesa Car Show–A Must for ALL!

Whether you like cars or not you’ll enjoy the visually stimulating aesthetics on display at the La Mesa Car Show! Every Thursday evening from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. head to La Mesa Boulevard in the village of La Mesa for an array of both custom and stock ’40s, ’50s, and ’60s muscle cars and “cruisers” for your […]

Get Geocaching Around San Diego!

Imagine heading down Murray Ridge Road toward Sandrock searching for local GPS coordinates to see what fellow “hunters” have left behind for you to find. Sound intriguing? That’s because it is. You can embark on a modern day treasure hunt throughout San Diego! This modern day, GPS-enabled, game called geocaching is a one played all […]

Have a Bonfire on the Beach

Open beach fires outside containers are prohibited at all San Diego beaches, but as long as you can nail down a fire pit you’re golden. Aside from bicycling, rollerblading, swimming, surfing, and volleyball, you can take to the beach on a cool, breezy evening for a bonfire! Break out the marshmallows and chocolate and indulge […]

Life of Leisure: National Park Week–April 20 – April 28

Way back in the 16th century an explorer by the name of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo stepped onto the coast of California becoming the first European to do so. He landed and took to foot at San Diego Bay, which now houses the Cabrillo National Monument (1800 Cabrillo Memorial Dr.) commemorating the event. If you haven’t experienced this […]

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