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Del Mar Antique Show And Sale

Del Mar Antique Show And Sale

The Del Mar Antique Show and Sale  NOVEMBER 20 – 22, 2015 For 54 years Calendar Antique shows is proud to present thousands of square feet of antiques, vintage collectibles and decorator items (Over 125 premier antique dealers from all over California & the Western United States). These exhibitors will be (Continue reading)

Pack A Picnic

Pack A Picnic

Imagine traipsing across an expanse of green grass, locating the perfect spot right under that big tree, spreading out a red checked blanket, and enjoying a picnic with your family. After lunch, you lay back and watch the clouds drift past as your kids call out: “That’s a rabbit!” “That’s a bear!” There (Continue reading)

Thing To Do #82 Farmers’ Markets

Thing To Do #82 Farmers' Markets

  San Diego’s farmers' markets are full of deliciously nutritious fruits, vegetables and homemade favorites, making food shopping a fun experience for children and adults alike. Grown through sustainable agriculture techniques, local farmers pride themselves in providing the city with organic produce at an (Continue reading)

Thing To Do #95 Waterfront Dining

Thing To Do #95 Waterfront Dining

The Main Ingredient - The View [caption id="attachment_16173" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Poseidon Restaurant[/caption] Waterfront dining is practically a San Diego tradition! There are many wonderful places to have an incredible meal while enjoying the best views in America. Here are two that you’ll (Continue reading)

Golf in San Diego

Golf in San Diego

Photo Courtesy of: Mark Kranz Whether you’re a golfing novice or seasoned pro, San Diego has a wide variety of golf courses to suit any skill level and wallet.  With over a hundred courses and perfect weather year-round, there is no excuse to not play 18 holes today, or start learning. The 36-hole, (Continue reading)

Outdoor Art in San Diego

Outdoor Art in San Diego

Whoever said art must be housed inside a gallery or museum to be appreciated?   San Diego has several outdoor public art pieces throughout the county.  Mole Park, by the USS Midway Museum, attracts millions of people each year to see ‘Unconditional  Surrender,’ a 25-foot statue based on the famous 1945 photo (Continue reading)