Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.–On the edge of cliffs and edge of California’s most expensive golf course, Trump National Golf Club, are vistas with forever views. Open to the public, trails surround and pass through the ritzy golf course, leading to paths that are steep, narrow and rocky, descending to the beach.
For those who want to [...]
Who doesn’t marvel at nature’s beautiful gems, the diamonds in the rough that upon polishing and shaping, become elegant, shiny pieces of art worn as jewelry or mounted and displayed? For 48 years the Gem, Mineral, Lapidary & Fossil Show has paid homage to nature’s gifts from the earth. The show will be hosted in [...]
The music of George Frideric Handel for Chamber string ensemble, organ, and instruments will be featured at a year of celebrating the organ with Santa Barbara Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. One of the greatest composers, organists, and improvisers of the late Baroque period, George Frideric Handel was born in Germany, but flourished [...]
Temecula, Calif.–When the chips are down, where are you going to turn for a little rest and relaxation? If you say, “Pechanga,” you are not alone. Ranking as California’s first four diamond casino, its largest gaming casino, and the place where you can wine, dine on the casino’s own premier aged beef, get a spa [...]
Seasonal activities at San Diego’s Kid-Friendly theme parks are available throughout the year.
There are few places in California that aren’t particularly kid-focused, and we can name them on one hand. Napa and Sonoma Wine County experiences, and even some hotels in the Valley discourage bringing families with children.
But, if you’re a kid, there are some [...]
Fundraisers have become the hot-ticket item these days. Every cause, organization, and even the public school system have come up with events to sell things in an effort to raise funds for their schools, for the disabled, and for a variety of causes such as heart, cancer, lung and brain research. Among the most popular [...]