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Old Town Trolley Tours America's Finest City
What started in Key West Florida with a converted bread truck and a homemade trailer has now turned into 130 trolleys in six Cities.
San Diego Comics Host Benefit For Fallen Friend
On Sunday, January 22 The La Jolla Comedy Store will be hosting a benefit to assist with Bower’s funeral expenses and Meyers medical bills featuring comedians Sam Tripoli, Ric
Bret Ernst Talks Hecklers & Debut Album
Comedian Bret Ernst began his career in stand-up comedy while still living on the east coast, spending much of his adolescence between Florida and New Jersey.
Punches and kicks are delivered with thunderous power and lightning-quick efficiency in Steven Soderbergh’s globe-trotting spy film Haywire, a Bourne-like tale of
MOPA Hosts Human Rights Watch Film Festival
San Diego is home to many people who have been displaced by war and discrimination.
San Diego Bands To Watch in 2012
While you were busy making New Year’s resolutions that wouldn’t even see the first of February, unbeknownst to you, your favorite bands of 2012 were hard at work creating musi
San Diego RV Park Guide
Obviously, one of the best things about living in San Diego is the ability to engage in outdoor activity virtually all year long.
Out With the Old: Michel Hazanavicius’s The Artist
As both a film and piece of pop-culture phenomena, Michel Hazanavicius’s The Artist is about finding common ground in the face of massive technological and emotional change, s
2012 San Diego Restaurant Week
San Diego Restaurant Week returns for its eighth triumphant year, running from January 15 to January 20.
The Miseducation of Loni Love
Comedian Loni Love started her career in comedy on a lark when she entered a contest while attending college at Prairie View A&M University in Texas.