Make a Reservation at One of These Newport Beach Bayfront Restaurants for a Front-Row Seat!
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San Diego Is All Things Merry and Bright This Holiday Season!
On the hunt for a spot to host a gathering other than your home? Whether you’re planning a whimsical garden party or an intimate celebratory dinner, this assembly of unique spots will help you easily set the perfect scene.
It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like…Cocktails!
Break out the ofrendas—it’s time to celebrate Día de los Muertos. In this sacred Mexican tradition, it’s believed that the veil to the afterlife is the thinnest on Nov. 1-2, allowing the living to be reunited with the dearly departed.
One of Mexico’s most beloved holidays, Día de los Muertos, is when families gather to honor and remember the lives of deceased loved ones, building ofrendas (remembrance altars) decorated with marigold flowers, photos and other symbolic and meaningful mementos.
Palm Springs Gears Up to Host a Colorful Celebration of the Desert’s LGBTQ+ History This November Greater Palm Springs Pride will celebrate its 35th year in the Coachella Valley with a parade, festival and vendor
Make Room for a Second Thanksgiving Feast—Slytherin to This Harry Potter Inspired Dinner in Newport Beach
If you’re like us, you don’t just love the world of Harry Potter—on a scale of one to 10, you’re 9 ¾ obsessed. So why not get into the winter spirit by attending Balboa Bay Resort’s fantastical Great Holiday Feast?
Mark Your Calendars! These Spooktacular Halloween Events in San Diego Are the Best Way to Celebrate Halloween This Year
From snorkeling in the crystal-clear waters to embracing Catalina’s culture at the Catalina Museum for Art + History (formerly known as the Catalina Island Museum) there is no shortage of fun to be had on this island paradise!
Pumpkin-shaped Reese’s are on the shelf at Vons, a 12-foot skeleton looms over the aisles at Home Depot and when it’s not in the 80s, we can pretend there’s a bit of a chill in the air. All signs point to Halloween in Los Angeles.