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America’s Favorite Past Time Scores a Home Run at the Free East Village Opening Day Block Party

America’s Favorite Past Time Scores a Home Run at the Free East Village Opening Day Block Party

For the fifth year in a row, the East Village Association celebrates the opening of baseball season as the San Diego Padres open the gates of Petco Park to host the San Francisco Giants for the first game of the season Opening Day Block Party from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on April 9. East […]

Monster Jam Brings in the New Year

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Monster Jam Brings in the New Year

by Liz Tarnof Monster Jam is a high energy, exhilarating, and breathtaking monster truck show that travels throughout the United States. For the first time in Monster Jam history, they will be throwing their show at Petco Park in Downtown San Diego versus the Qualcomm Stadium. With over 4 million fans, it should be at no […]

San Diego: Home to So-Cal’s First Cat Cafe

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San Diego: Home to So-Cal’s First Cat Cafe

by Liz Tarnof If you are a lover of cats, a coffee aficionado, or looking for a new place to relax and unwind, look no further than The Cat Café located in downtown San Diego’s Marina District. While cat cafés are big in other areas of the world, the United States doesn’t have many at […]

Pacific Media Expo-Bringing Asian-Pacific Pop Culture to California

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Pacific Media Expo-Bringing Asian-Pacific Pop Culture to California

  by Liz Tarnof Pacific Media Expo (PMX) is an Asian-pacific pop culture convention thrown each year. This year PMX was held at the LAX Hilton November 7-9. The hotel lobby was littered with numerous cosplayers; each costume boasting hand crafted details down to the tiniest button on a sleeve. It was great to see […]

Stan Lee Comikaze: A Pop-Culture Dream Come True

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Stan Lee Comikaze: A Pop-Culture Dream Come True

by Liz Tarnof Los Angeles was in for a surprise this past weekend. Hundreds and hundreds of super heroes, villains,anime and video game characters littered the streets surrounding the L.A. Convention Center. Make your way inside, and there you would find Batman (many, many Batmans), Jon Snow from Game of Thrones, Princess Peach and so […]

Chicken Soup For The Soul Donates 5,000 Pounds Of Dog Food to Second Chance Dog Rescue

Chicken Soup For The Soul Donates 5,000 Pounds Of Dog Food to Second Chance Dog Rescue

New pet parents who adopt through Nov. 14 will receive a complimentary bag of pet food and a copy of “Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Dog Did What?” by Amy Newmark   by Debbie Hall Informer Media Group         To encourage pet adoptions in San Diego, Chicken Soup for the Soul, the world’s […]

San Diego Haunted Hotel Here To Terrify

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San Diego Haunted Hotel Here To Terrify

by Liz Tarnof Boo! Halloween is almost upon us. Residents of San Diego are putting up their Halloween Decorations and attending fall festivals. Another creepy crawly activity San Diegans love to partake in? Haunted attractions. San Diego is known for The Haunted Hotel, a rather scary and intense haunted house located on the corner of […]

LP: A Voice You’ll Never Forget

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LP: A Voice You’ll Never Forget

    by Liz Tarnof If some of you are unfamiliar with who LP is, you should get acquainted with her music as fast as you can. Not only is LP an amazing singer, she is also a talented songwriter as well. “Named one of Esquire’s rising stars and praised by everyone from Rolling Stone to Billboard, USA Today to Vogue, LP is a unique […]

Anime California: First time Anime Convention a Success

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Anime California: First time Anime Convention a Success

  by Liz Tarnof With Comic Con leaving everyone with con withdrawals, Anime California swooped in to save the day. This year marked the first year of Anime California, run by the CEO Jeff Suddarth. Anime California, an anime convention, was held at the Hyatt Regency in Anaheim, California. The convention went on for 3 […]

2014 San Diego Pride Parade

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2014 San Diego Pride Parade

  by Liz Tarnof This was my first year attending the San Diego Pride Parade, or any Pride Parade for that matter. I went on behalf of my internship with Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest. Participating in the Pride Parade is exactly what we often hear about…super colorful and crazy costumes, smiling happy faces […]

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