San Diego Weekend Events: Halloween Edition!

san diego weekend eventsThe weekend we’ve all been waiting for is here! There’s something for everyone happening in San Diego this Halloween, from trick-or-treating in La Jolla to Monster Bash downtown and an epic party at the Hotel Del. Get the scoop on San Diego weekend events here! As always please be sure to check ticket availability* prior to attending any event. Continue reading

True Horror Story Inspires Dark Thriller Movie ‘Black Fly’

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What would you do if your neighbor turned out to be a serial killer? That’s exactly what happened to Black Fly screenwriter and director, Jason Bourque. Black Fly, an independent dark thriller, screened at the 2015 San Diego Film Festival earlier this month and is inspired by true life events of Canadian serial killer, Noel Winters. Continue reading

8 Creepiest Halloween Cocktail Recipes On Pinterest

Halloween Cocktail Recipes
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Hosting a Halloween bash this year? Maybe you’re looking to relax with a cocktail and a Halloween horror flick at home? Either way, we’ve made it easy for you to try some creatively creepy Halloween cocktail recipes straight from Pinterest! Be sure to stop by Hi Sweetheart on Ivanhoe for Halloween-themed party supplies.

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So Fine on Kline Block Party is Back!

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November in the Village kicks off with the third annual So Fine on Kline block party! This year’s event will be Sunday, November 8  from 9 am – 6 pm which coincides with Adelaide’s Holiday Open House. If you’re looking for a weekend activity to please everyone, this is it! So Fine on Kline is free to attend and includes activities, attractions, and treats for all.   Continue reading

Dia de los Muertos Celebrations in San Diego

dia de los muertos in san diegoDia de los Muertos, or “Day of the Dead,” is one of the most important holidays in Mexico and a highly anticipated holiday even in the United States. Celebrations take place over the entire weekend (October 31 – November 2) and consist of a variety of activities to honor the deceased: many build private altars called ofrendas and decorate sugar skulls. Families will often bring those along with marigolds and the favorite foods and beverages to the graves of their loved ones as gifts. Here are ways to celebrate Dia de los Muertos in San Diego! Continue reading

11 Ways to Prepare Your Home for Winter Rain in La Jolla

When you own a home, each season has its own checklist for maintenance. With El Niño being talked about on every news channel in San Diego and the promise of more rain than usual this fall and winter in San Diego, preparing your home for extra wet weather is a necessity this season. “It doesn’t have to be a challenge,” says Pancho Dewhurst of GDC Construction; their home maintenance checklist is the perfect guide to follow as you prepare for the fall and winter seasons in La Jolla.
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