Following stops in museums in such locales as Seoul, Amsterdam, Berlin, Geneva, Paris, Munich, and Prague, the eagerly-anticipated exhibition of “The Discovery of King Tut” arrived at Balboa Park’s San Diego Natural History Museum last Saturday.
Boo! Did I scare you? If not, you might want to see if you can get your scare on by choosing one (or more) of the many creepy destinations available in San Diego for celebrating Halloween, that most American Gothic of holidays. Here are ten terrifyingly terrific ways of observing the autumn ritual. Don’t be scared.
The Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks journey to Qualcomm Stadium this Sunday, and the Chargers and their fans are cooking up a special welcome for them. For what they are dubbing “White Hot Sunday”, our Chargers will be wearing all white uniforms for the third home opener in a row, and they are asking all attendees to the game to do the same.
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.