¡Vamonos! Anaheim’s URBANA Is Now Open!

Head to This Anaheim Mexican Gastronomy for Your Next Taco Tuesday or Happy Hour Written By: Taylor Gorski Photography Provided By: old photos Best Mexican Food Anaheim Spark your tastebuds and indulge in delicious farm-fresh flavors inspired by street food and Mexican culture. Looking to spice up your next Taco Tuesday or happy hour? Or

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Escape to Idyllwild for Sunshine, Wine and Relaxation

We’ve Got Your Next Trip to Idyllwild Covered Written By: Keri Bridgwater Photographed By: John Pacheco What to do Idyllwild Get a taste of the seasons in Idyllwild! Nestled in the San Jacinto Mountains just over an hour from Palm Springs, this quintessential California mountain town is big on charm and makes a perfect day

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5 Spots to Dine Al Fresco in West Hollywood

Enjoy Fresh Air and Even Fresher Food at These Neighborhood Gems Written By: Taylor Gorski West Hollywood Al Fresco Dining Haven’t you heard? Al fresco dining is the talk of the town. Restaurants are pivoting and ensuring the health of customers through outdoor dining experiences. Switch up your weekend plans and head to West Hollywood

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5 Ways to Keep the Kiddos Entertained This Summer

Summertime Is Here and These Activities Are Sure to Keep the Little Ones Creative and Busy Written By: Taylor Gorski Kids Activities Quarantine The kiddos have been at home 24/7 for much longer than expected—you’ve exhausted every idea under the sun to keep them busy—but there’s still the rest of the summer to conquer. From

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13 Celebrities Who Live in SoCal and Where to Spot Them

Who Knew These Famous Faces Are Your Neighbors?! Written By: Kaylin Waizinger Where to Find Celebrities Southern California is one of the most desirable (and expensive) places to live, no doubt. But if you grew up here, you’ve probably started to take the beautiful beaches and sunny-and-75 climate for granted. While it may not feel

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East Village Association Is Bringing the San Diego Community Together Through Their New Ambassador Program

Through Donations and Volunteering, East Village Is Not Backing Down Written By: Kaylin Waizinger San Diego Volunteering During the past few months, we have relied heavily on virtual communication. From Facetime and Zoom calls to Slack messaging and social media, our in-person communication is definitely limited. And since these times may be difficult for our

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