The SD Entertainer recently sat down with Tower Paddle Boards’ CEO Stephan Aarstol, to interview him about his experience on the ABC Show Shark Tank. Aarstol had big plans for the future to turn Tower Paddle Boards into a beach lifestyle brand with a magazine, clothing line, and beach wear.
Pixel Productions had the opportunity to interview Stephan Aarstol, internet entrepreneur, founder & CEO of Tower Paddle Boards, to discuss the history and success of his company. Stephan gave us amazing insight into the history of Tower Paddle Boards; from its humble beginnings as a start up, to becoming the fastest growing company in San Diego.
You’re probably aware of the ground-breaking T.V. series “Ally McBeal”. The show helped launch the careers of many artists, including the lovely and talented singer/songwriter/musican Vonda Shepard. SD Entertainer sat down at the keyboards with Vonda for a nice chat. A lovely person with a lovely voice, plan to see her at the Belly Up.
With the holidays upon us, the rise in video game sales will keep going up. Not sure what video games are available these past few months? Want to give your friend or family member something awesome to play for their game console? Or maybe something you have been dying to play and want to give yourself a little Christmas gift? To help decide what games to get, here is a weekly list of recently released video games in the past couple months. Each week we will post new ones to help you chose.
For those of us who enjoy good wine and fabulous food, (and who doesn’t one or both?), the week of November 18th through the 23rd will be a very special time. The San Diego Bay Wine and Food Festival has, in its ten years, grown to be one of the best of the year, with something for everyone who appreciates fabulous food and drink
The eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month: Armistice Day of the First World War, 1918. President Woodrow Wilson signed a law in 1919 proclaiming November 11 a federal holiday called Armistice Day, and honoring all those who fought in World War I. In 1954, President Eisenhower signed a law expanding the holiday to include celebrating all those who fought in World War II, and changing the name to Veterans Day. Now, all veterans of all U.S. wars are honored for their service to our country.