All posts tagged "hillcrest"
Paul Rudnick’s Big Gay Comedy, ‘The New Century’
A Jewish matron, a flamboyant aging homosexual and a Midwestern craftswoman, and is filled with snappy one-liners and...
Santa’s List of San Diego’s Holiday Plays
From family classics and spiritual festivals to dark comedies and risque romps, there is something for everyone this...
Best Happy Hours in Town
he workday is winding down along with your tolerance for sobriety, and only one thought has your mind’s...
“Critical Mass” an art of Protest
Critical Mass is an idea that started in San Francisco in 1992 and was originally called Commut Clot....
Love in the Face of Atrocity: Bent
a Diversionary Theatre and Ion Theatre Company are staging the eagerly-awaited collaboration of the riveting Holocaust love-story, Bent....
Ten self-enlightenment activities for your work week
Things like planet conservation, mind and body health, cultural awareness and creative outlets seem to fade into a...
Tantalizing Thai in Downtown San Diego
Feast on recipes from Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and Southern Thailand at Lotus Thai in downtown San Diego.
Cheap Eats in San Diego
The best of the best in San Diego dining, including top Chinese restaurants, thai food, sushi, sandwiches, and...
Café Eleven – Still the Best
A classic eatery tucked away on University Avenue in Hillcrest, Café Eleven serves up an impressive menu of...
Hillcrest’s CityFest 2009 is this weekend!
The Spirit of Hillcrest presents CityFest 2009, a music, food, art and cultural street festival. This year’s event...