Ahoy! Is that a Tall Ship Parade on San Diego Bay? All weekend, ending on Labor Day! All hands on deck for this event. Nearly two dozen of the tall ships will be involved in this year’s Festival of Sail. The event continues to be the largest tall ship sailing exhibition anywhere on the Pacific Coast of the U.S., once again organized by the Maritime Museum of San Diego.
Looking for a little outdoor fun this coming Labor Day weekend? What could be more interesting than strolling outside along the B Street Pier while peering at the wonderful sand sculptures and sculptors engaging in the U.S. Sand Sculpting Challenge & 3D Art Expo?
The Chargers reported that their final preseason tune-up versus the Cardinals tomorrow will not be shown live on television in the San Diego area. The game has not been sold out, and we are now within the 72-hour “blackout time period” as mandated by the NFL.
For five years in a row now, the University of California at San Diego has been named the highest ranked institute of higher learning in the country. Washington Monthly, a journal of colleges and all things concerning them revealed their list in the latest issue.
The 20th Annual San Diego Festival of Beer will be held Friday, September 19, 2014 from 6-11 p.m. at Broadway Pier. The event will feature nearly 60 breweries and 120 varieties of some of the nation’s best craft beer, live music, and food from San Diego food trucks and restaurants.