Find your dream La Jolla home with our open house guide featuring 11 great La Jolla homes including a charming Mt. Soledad home within waking distance to Kate Sessions Park. Happy house hunting!
The weekend everyone has been waiting for is upon us – Comic-Con International 2016! Even if you aren’t heading down to the Convention Center this weekend, there’s plenty else to do in and around America’s Finest City. Check out some of these other San Diego weekend events right here! Continue reading
The best time of the year is finally here–today marks the first official day of the 2016 San Diego Comic-Convention (aka #SDCC), and this year is even bigger and better than before. Virtual Reality, an immersive 360 degree platform is coming this year with a variety of amazing and fun experiences. Check them out yourself, and see which one catches your eye! Continue reading
As one of the oldest restaurants in La Jolla, the Mandarin House on La Jolla Blvd. is well known among locals and revered for its unique, flavorful dishes. From humble beginnings in his native China to a chance meeting in Hong Kong, Mandarin House founder John Law had a knack for the restaurant business and delicious cuisine at an early age. We sat down with his son and now-owner, Nelson, to talk a bit more about the early days of Mandarin House, family recipes, and what it means to carry on the legacy of his father. Continue reading
From the annual San Diego LGBT Pride Parade to the kickoff of racing season at Del Mar, there is a lot happening this weekend in San Diego! Stay up-to-date on San Diego weekend events with our event guide. Please be sure to check ticket availability prior to attending ticketed events, as some may sell out. Happy weekend, San Diego! Continue reading
The La Jolla Historical Society and Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego are joining forces this year to present Irving J. Gill: Illustrating New Architecture, a collaborative exhibit that displays the famed architect’s presentation of building design and his integration of architecture in the landscape. Gill’s work is seen all over La Jolla, and is well known for his artistic eye; much of his work was done as hand-drawn sketches and watercolors, often with a mixed color palate. Continue reading