Southern California has experienced some unusual weather in Spring 2010. On a cold, blistery April evening (temp 58 degrees, but with wind chill it feels like 40) some people are wearing winter gloves and long johns, even! Enjoy it while you can, cold-weather lovers! Summer will soon arrive.
Pictured above is Laguna Beach on a summer [...]
All ages participate in causes as shown in the photo above.
Are you involved “be-cause”? There must be thousands or millions of individuals out there doing good deeds on a daily basis. We receive event submissions for walks, marathon, drives, *-a-thons, and countless events to raise money for something. Here are a couple great events that [...]
And you thought there was nothing to celebrate in Santa Barbara! Anyone who has visited or lived in the area will tell you there is always something going on in the university town where tourists seeking beach vacations, and students attending UC Santa Barbara, or Brooks College, help create an atmosphere not seen elsewhere [...]
Hotel forecasters get paid to provide the most accurate data and analysis to their clients, namely tourism destinations, hotel owners & management firms, and investors. In the past year and a half PKF Consulting, a hospitality industry number-cruncher firm has pulled back a bit on their predictions for a turn around time frame for hotel [...]
If you remember the joy you experienced at your last visit to a German festival complete with festive music, lederhosen, dirndl, and drinks, you can rekindle the memories in California’s charming beer halls, restaurants and meeting places. One such attraction keeps a full year-round schedule of events that offers excitement, entertainment and a great value [...]
Julia Morgan, an architect who left an incredible mark with building designs ranging from the world famous Hearst Castle to the breath-taking Asilomar Asilomar, is featured in a unique tour offered by the Friends of Hearst Castle–and you are invited! The event includes three fun-filled and informative days of on-site exploring in three cities. [...]