Joan Rivers leaves us at 81


Sadly, “Can we talk?” must now be answered with: “No.” Joan Rivers, both beloved and disdained in her long, wonderful career in show business, is dead at 81. Rivers, born Joan Alexandra Molinsky on June 8, 1933 in New York, passed away at that city’s Mount Sinai Hospital.

Genomes, brews, magic and more at the Fleet in September


Summer’s almost gone, school has begun, and the Fleet carries on. Here’s a preview of the action at RHF for September, including: Genome: Unlocking Life’s Code, Perception: See Beyond the Illusion, Two Scientists Walk Into a Bar, Suds & Science, Explor-o-Rama, Tinkerers’ Club and Young Scientists: Little Wizards.

Labor Day’s U.S. Sand Sculpting Challenge & 3D Art Expo


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?

Movie Review: The Giver


I was never exposed to the controversial novel of Lois Lowry and I learned about the movie, “The Giver,” at the 20th Century Fox press conference at Comic-Con this year.

Weekly Movie Update


Hey everyone. It’s time for our movie line up for this weekend. School will be starting soon, and summer is near its end. A perfect way to end the season are to watch awesome movies with your friends or even by yourself. Here is a list we compiled for you to choose from.

Robin Williams lowers the curtain on iconic life


So now Robin Williams, long an iconic figure in pop culture, television, movies, and of course, stand-up comedy has joined a different group of iconic personages: those who died too soon, and at their own hand.

Comic-Con 2014: Feature Film Highlights


The best party of the year arrived and it was one that fans wish would last just a little longer. After so many years of Hall H (which now arguably stands more for ‘hassles’), where major films are featured, I chose a different route last year, alternating between the hall’s mass-hysteria with subdued press conferences (Marvel’s […]

New Movie Releases


After a long delay we are back to our movie weekly releases. Speaking of Marvel, Guardians of the Galaxy came out this week much to the delight of Marvel fans. Additionally, more exciting films were released in the past couple weeks. Here is a listing of some great possible choices to watch.

Bomba Music – The Cepeda Family

San Diegans can enjoy authentic Puerto Rican Bomba music right here in Southern California. Rafael Cepeda’s nephew, Manny Cepeda, lives and plays right here in San Diego. Manny Cepeda and his Orchestra are well-known in San Diego. They play at many San Diego events such as Gator On the Bay, Art Walk in Little Italy and on the Embarcadero.

Movie Review: Edge of Tomorrow


Tom Cruise (“Jack Reacher,” “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol”) continues his sci-fi streak with “Edge of Tomorrow,” after last year’s “Oblivion.” Adapted from a Japanese graphics novel “All You Need is Kill,” the movie is directed by the “Bourne” trilogy’s director, Doug Liman.

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