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  1. Hi there,

    My name is Alison and I’m working on a Fourth Wall Cinema pop-up event called, Among the Pines. Fourth Wall Cinema creates immersive themed movie experiences and is the first themed cinema in the U.S. This particular event, Among the Pines, has a winter/holiday theme.

    We’re transforming a venue in downtown San Diego (325 15th Street) into a winter wonderland. Participants will be able to trek through a snow-blanketed forest, uncover secret passageways, and sit for one of eight classic holiday movie showings like Elf, Home Alone, and Polar Express. The event is taking place on December 14th and 15th. More details are available at https://fourthwallcinema.com/.

    Does this event sound like something you would be interested in featuring within San Diego Downtown News? Please let me know.

    Have a great day!
    Alison Schermerhorn

  2. Hello
    Hope you are doing great!
    My name is Howard Snader I’ve been add my artical on your website send the details you needed or any charge you take and any guidelines for that.
    Thank you so much and hope to hear from you soon.

  3. The 7th annual ¡Latin Food Fest! August 16-17 at San Diego Bay

    The West Coast’s premier Hispanic culinary celebration includes the high-energy festival kick-off extravaganza “Latin Spirits Festival,” followed by its VIP Sunset Yacht Cruise on the Bay, and finally “Gran Tasting,” which features food, beverage, wine, beer, and spirits stations, cooking, wine, and cocktail demos, chef awards, VIP Tent, and a four-hour music performance by La Junta Sound System.

    For more information, visit https://www.latinfoodfest.com.

    ¡Latin Food Fest! draws a diversity of attendees while helping to raise awareness and funds for the fight against hunger, benefitting the San Diego Hunger Coalition. The San Diego Hunger Coalition (sdhunger.org) partners with schools and nonprofits to provide technical assistance, support and training to launch or expand free meal programs for kids

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