Amazing and beautiful San Diego sunsets for each month of the year.
A wildly popular Internet video turned African warlord Joseph Kony into a household name and boosted the international hunt for the brutal rebel leader. Can a sequel do more? That’s the burning question for the small California advocacy group Invisible Children and its follow-up effort, “Kony 2012 Part II.” Watch the Video A wildly popular [...]
Jump to Photo Gallery The San Diego Unified Port District has given conditional approval to help fund the $550 million cost for the proposed San Diego Convention Center expansion. Based on the action that was taken at a special meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2011, the Port District may contribute up to $3 million a [...]
The public art sculpture aptly named “Unconditional Surrender” that has adorned the waterfront park at the Embarcadero for the past few years may be moving. The sculpture has been on loan to San Diego since 2007 by the Santa Monica sculpture foundation. The beauty, scale and magnitude of the sculpture has brought a smile to [...]
There are 365 days in the New Year. Be excited for each new day. Breathe and create energy. Find clarity and focus. Find inner peace, find fulfillment everyday. Live simply. Take time to smell the roses. Walk barefoot, swim in the ocean, touch a tree. Try something new, outside your comfort zone and learn to [...]
What are you’re new year’s resolutions in 2012? Be sure to drop us a line in the comments area! Wishing you the best 2012, and a happy new year!
With Jingle Bells ringing, runners and walkers alike kicked off the holiday season in shape today at the 19th annual Jingle Bell 5K. The run/walk weaved throughout Balboa Park, and similar events across the nation all support Arthritis. The bells were tied to over 2,000 runners’ shoelaces as spectators cheered them on. Matt Carpowich and Alice [...]
This 67 ft. fin whale washed up on San Diego shores this week after reportedly being struck by a ship. The whale will be towed 20 miles out to sea Friday morning and sunken. Cameras will be attached to the carcass to enable researchers to observe the fish feed on it and monitor the degrading [...]