After a few dismal months in the early part of the year, video game sales have perked up in the past few months thanks to some exciting new additions from the industry.
Starving yourself for the big day next week? Ready to jam pack the grocery stores and open up the ovens for Turkey day? Got crazy relatives coming over for family time and thanks? Join the club. To help you, we have provided a few recipes. For more recipe ideas check out the Food Network and Food and Wine Thanksgiving Specials.
Last week, the San Diego Marriott Hotel hosted “Stickability: The Power of Perseverance” event for the Napoleon Hill Foundation. San Diego Entertainer Magazine received the pleasure of an invite to the event and listen to a live performance of beautiful rising star Sarah Blaine. The young singer was enchanting as she sang her new single, “Dance with the Devil,” a song inspired by Napoleon Hill’s book “Outwitting the Devil.” After the song’s performance, San Diego Entertainer Magazine got the opportunity to interview the talented young artist as she regaled me with stories about her life, music, hobbies, and more:
Fall has officially arrived for us. With the chilly weather slowly creeping up on us, it is time to decide how to escape it. One way to do that is by going to the movies. This week’s weekly update of movies shows a fantastic list of potential films to see. To help viewers decide on the selection, we provide a detailed list of this week’s upcoming movies.
Summer will officially end in a few weeks. How will you spend those last weeks? Movie goers can enjoy these latest excellent movies. Two will be released this Thursday night (“The Family” and “Insidious: Chapter 2”) and the other, “Riddick” was recently released last week. To help decide on the movie choices, we have listed detailed descriptions of these latest excellent films.
As the weekend crawls away from us, we must look to other avenues of fun for our weekdays. This week we provide for our readers our updates on the local bands performing for the Twilight in the Park Summer Concerts. From Tuesday to Thursday, three bands will perform live onstage at the Spreckels Organ Pavilion in Balboa Park. The one-hour concerts begin at 6:15 and are free for those attending.
After a long week of crazy Comic-Con fans and watching the Padres’ overall defeat against the Cardinals, one can now settle in for a week of fun and relaxation. One option of fun we provide is our weekly list of concerts performed in Balboa Park. Each week bands from all over the San Diego County perform live at the Spreckels Organ Pavilion in Balboa Park. The Twilight in the Park concert series goes from 6:15 to 7:15 on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday. Admission to the concerts is free for everyone. To help decide which days to go to, here is a list of the bands performing this week.