Wild Wednesdays offers great deals to locals

Posted: March 3rd, 2017 | Columnists, East Village News, Featured | No Comments

By Sunny Lee | East Village Biz News East Village is welcoming San Diego locals to the neighborhood for Wild Wednesdays. For a limited time, on Wednesdays now through April 5, East Village Association (EVA) member businesses are giving 20 percent off deals to locals showing valid ID (driver’s license, voter registration card, or library card) with […]

Local women rocking the boat

Posted: February 3rd, 2017 | Featured, News | No Comments

Fundraiser for Women’s Museum honors local elected officials By Morgan M. Hurley | Editor Originally founded in 1995 by Mary Maschal, who opened her Golden Hill home to the public after having gathered relevant collectibles and memorabilia for over a decade, the Women’s Museum of California is now located in Liberty Station.

Learning from the past

Posted: February 3rd, 2017 | Arts & Entertainment, Featured, Theater Review | No Comments

By David Dixon Politics and sexuality are two timely subjects in 2017. That makes this an ideal year for Intrepid Theatre’s production of the 2016 comedy-drama, “Perfect Arrangement.” Taking place in 1950, the story follows two U.S. State Department employees, Bob Martindale (John DeCarlo) and Norma Baxter (Jennifer Paredes).

Fashion Files – February 2017

Posted: February 3rd, 2017 | Columnists, Fashion Files, Featured | No Comments

‘Marry Me!’ Bridal Bazaar By Diana Cavagnaro | Fashion Files The Winter Bridal Bazaar was presented at the San Diego Convention Center on Jan. 8, and the theme for the day was “Marry me!” Two hundred wedding professionals were on hand with all the information you would need for that special day. Brides-to-be could talk […]

Food and Drink Blotter: February 2017

Posted: February 3rd, 2017 | Featured, Food & Drink, Food & Drink Blotter | No Comments

By Frank Sabatini Jr. | Food and Drink Blotter Treehouse Hospitality has closed its enormous, two-level sports bar, 1919, which opened a year ago with a concept resonating to the infamous Chicago White Sox scandal of 1919. In a statement issued last month, the ownership cited “ever-increasing operating costs” as the main reason for shuttering. […]