Farm Day
Jul09

Farm Day

Over 20 Ventura County farms, ranches, nurseries and other agricultural operations, from organic to conventional, row crops to orchards, will open their doors to the public during the 7th Annual Ventura County Farm Day. On Saturday, November 9, visitors will experience a day of agricultural activities and meet the farmers who grow the food they eat. Farm Day is free to attend. Tour hours are from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Farm Day...

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National Tequila Day
Jul09

National Tequila Day

National Tequila Day is quickly approaching on Wednesday, July 24th and whether you’re fond of flavors like grapefruit and pomegranate or craving a dash of cinnamon to spice things up, these San Diego spots feature cocktails for everyone to celebrate with. The Blind Burro in East Village This vibrant eatery in East Village brings flavorful elements to every sip. One standout cocktail on their menu is the Caramelized Pineapple...

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MUSE Global
Jul02

MUSE Global

In 2006, lifelong educator Rebecca Amis set out to create a small school with big ideals. So, in partnership with her sister and brother-in-law, Suzy Amis Cameron and renowned director James Cameron, she helped found MUSE School in Calabasas, California. Now, almost 15 years and over 200 students later, she’s taking those ideals worldwide with MUSE Global –– a franchise offering the MUSE early education model to families everywhere....

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Five Faves: Doughnuts to Donuts to Cronuts
May22

Five Faves: Doughnuts to Donuts to Cronuts

Fried, flavored, layered, powdered, glazed, filled with fruit, topped with chocolate chips, bits of bacon and maple syrup — well, let’s just say the traditional doughnut has definitely been reimagined into some of the most amazing temptations to gratify the most demanding donut devotee.   San Diego: Donut Bar “If I’m going to do donuts, I’m going to stop at nothing,” said Chef Santiago Campa when opening...

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5 Things to do on a Rainy SoCal Day
Mar06

5 Things to do on a Rainy SoCal Day

By Cristina Pimentel Rainy days are a rarity in Southern California, but when it rains, it pours. Californians mostly have sunny days and clear skies, but there’s nothing more beautiful than seeing a rainbow at the end of the rainstorm. Here are five things you can do on a rainy day.   Make Hot Chocolate and Watch a Movie Have a nice cup of hot cocoa, sprinkle marshmallows on top and get cozy on your couch. Curl up in a...

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What’s New on Catalina Island
Aug02

What’s New on Catalina Island

Consistently named one of the best island getaways by media outlets nationwide, Catalina Island, located just 22 miles off the Southern California coast, is a unique blend of laid back vibe, rich and historic past, features water and land activities to suit any taste and modern-day amenities and services for every budget. The island is constantly evolving to offer visitors the best experience, whether it’s to relax and rejuvenate or...

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