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Monday, July 11th, 2016

MICROBE and GASOLINE: film review

French films are master classes in ambiguity. They fearlessly take on deep issues and situations where nothing explodes or hilarity ensues with a laugh track. Like life, French films refuse to wrap up with a tidy bow. *Microbe and Gasoline* is no exception. MICROBE: Daniel is the school outcast, nicknamed Microbe, thanks to his short

Tuesday, July 5th, 2016

A Gift to Self – A Glamping Retreat c/o the Fairmont Grand Del Mar

Ladies, a gift to self… a glam getaway like no other. Before the holiday madness begins, you can escape to beautiful Southern California to rejuvenate and recharge in pampered luxury at the Fairmont Grand Del Mar in...

Tuesday, June 28th, 2016

Free Concerts in Napa!

Each year, Festival Napa Valley (formerly Festival del Sole) features the Bouchaine Young Artist Series with free concerts at Jarvis Conservatory Theater in downtown Napa. This year, all three of the artists are from, or have roots...

Sunday, June 19th, 2016

KPFA CRAFTS FAIR ARTISTS San Francisco and Beyond

Other radio stations should have it so good. Twice a year, profits from the KPFA CRAFTS FAIR supplement operational costs for this popular Berkeley community radio station. So, we’re talking about 200 artists, working in all media,...

Thursday, June 9th, 2016

The Grande Colonial Hotel: The Belle of La Jolla, CA

La Jolla is a picture-perfect seaside village nestled along a stunning stretch of Pacific coastline just 40 minutes from the bustle of downtown San Diego. La Jolla has long been a favorite Southern California vacation spot. The...

Friday, June 3rd, 2016

SF Indie Documentary Festival

It’s one of those freaky warm San Francisco nights. Perfect mood for the SF Indie Doc Festival. IndieFest calls this annual event a film festival that provides a manageable amount of the truth. Devoted to all things...

Tuesday, May 24th, 2016

Hotel Solamar: Hip SoCal Hospitality in the Heart of San Diego

In early May, I decided it was time to go “bi-coastal” and leave my home in the sunshine state for a much needed Spring Break. I set off for San Diego in search of cooler temps, bay...

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