Visit These 5 San Diego Spots for Brunch Cocktails

Brunch is Always a Good Idea Written By: Jasmín Nelson Best Brunch Cocktails in San Diego While there is always work to be done and errands to be run, it’s important to make time for everyone’s favorite weekend meal that falls between breakfast and lunch. Whether you enjoy brunch on both Saturday and Sunday of every

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What to Pack for Your Next Picnic in SF

Picnics, Pastrami, and Polk Street Miller’s Deli Written By: Alexandra Shubin Photographed By: Kelvin Liu Located on Polk Street in San Francisco, Miller’s East Coast Deli is the go to spot for delicious meaty sandwiches. Grab the one you love, your picnic basket, pick up a couple subs from Miller’s, and head to the park!

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Buzz Buzz! An Expert Talks All Things Beekeeping In Los Angeles

A Quick Chat with Jeremy Jensen, President of the LA County Beekeepers Association Written By: Ashlee Polarek Photographed By: Jared Schlachet and Joe Magnani Expert: Jeremy Jensen Credentials: President of the Los Angeles County Beekeepers Association   Jeremy Jensen is an expert when it comes to the gorgeous little bees that help keep the world

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Coastal Castle

History Reinvented at This Dana Point 1928 Spanish Colonial Written By: Angela Hatcher Photos By: Brandon Beecher If “a man’s home is his castle, ” then here, in a 1928 Spanish Colonial, must lie your heart. Renowned Hollywood builder, visionary and prominent leader in the early development of beautiful Dana Point, Sidney Woodruff, built this

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Glenfiddich Pushes Single Malt Scotch Whisky Boundaries

New Glenfiddich India Pale Ale Combines Tradition With Innovative Vision, Redefining Single Malt Scotch Whisky Written By: Sorina Szakacs Glenfiddich Glenfiddich @glenfiddichwhisky With 130 years of tradition in creating the world’s most awarded single malt scotch whisky, Glenfiddich now pushes boundaries with its Experimental Series, that combine Scotland’s way of making scotch with innovative techniques

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Unique Yoga Classes in California

Watch Sarah Tiefenthaler do Yoga on a Stand Up Paddleboard

The Yogi Talks Her Unique Spin on Yoga and How It All Got Started Written By: Ashlee Polarek Photographed By: Taso Papadakis Expert: Sarah Tiefenthaler Credentials: Creator of YOGAqua   Sarah Tiefenthaler, creator and founder of YOGAqua, the first SUP (Stand Up Paddleboarding) Yoga class to hit the water, is a master of yoga and

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A Guide to Your Next Weekend in Napa

When in Napa  Guest Blogger: Eddie of www.imhungryinla.com Weekend in Napa  Me and the Mrs. love getting away to Napa for a few days. In LA, we’re lucky enough to be a one hour flight (or a 6 hour road trip) away from one of the most famous “wine country” regions in the world. We’ve been a couple

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Olympic Coach Adam Krikorian Talks Inspiration on the Road to Gold

From Family to Motivational Speeches, Coach Krikorian Knows What it Takes to Get the Gold Written By: Ashlee Polarek Photographed By: Joe Nardello Expert: Adam Krikorian Credentials: USA Olympic Women’s Water Polo Head Coach   Meet Adam Krikorian, who has led two US Women’s Water Polo teams to Olympic Gold (2012 and 2016) and even

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Herb & Wood’s Bartender Tells Us What’s in the Mix

Willem Van Leuven Shakes a Great Cocktail and Dishes on What’s New on the Menu Written By: Tamara Philips Herb & Wood Photographed By: Josie Gonzalez Name: Willem Van Leuven Credentials: Lead Bartender Across the Border: Willem loves to head down to Tijuana for the food and bar scene. Willem Van Leuven has been managing bars

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