Is there any doubt that Californians love wine? Absolutely not. The number of California wineries continues to grow, as does the acreage devoted to wine grapes, wine production, and consumption by Californians.
With all the wine events to entertain, your options for tasting and purchasing are the best you’ll find in any state in the U.S., [...]
If shopping is part of your Mother’s Day Weekend festivities, don’t miss one of Southern California’s best opportunities to buy gifts for mom at the annual Sunset Beach Mother’s Day Weekend Art Festival. Arts, ceramics, wood carvings, home decor, jewelry, and a variety of unique hand-crafted items are on display and for sale at this [...]
Santa Ana’s downtown Renaissance has gotten mixed reviews as some have opposed a proposal to add an 18 story building to the landscape. Regardless of opinions about the city’s re-development and future, one thing is certain. Art has become a fixture that fits well with the eclectic, ethnic and historic neighborhoods that comprise the downtown.
Huntington Beach, CA– Just over a month before the big US Open of Surfing rolls into town, an event called Project Save Our Surf: SURF 24’ will make a splash. The two-day festival of surfing, music, film and community celebrating in honor of International Surfing Day will host world champion surfers, celebrities, actors, and [...]
California beaches have been relatively cool this spring. For those who recall St. Patty’s Day celebrations in which students swamped Southern California beaches during 80 degree weather, those days could return, and if we don’t get it on St. Patrick’s Day, suffice to say the warm days will be coming soon. On Wednesday, March 17, [...]
Long Beach, California–The premiere of a new musical biography of Ginger Rogers combines unforgettable music, show stopping dance numbers and a powerful story that touches your heart. Best known as Fred Astaire’s dance partner, Ginger Rogers was also an acclaimed actress and singer and one of the industry’s first women to demand equal pay. “Backwards [...]
The economy and loss of jobs has impacted the sale of art to some extent, yet with extra time on many individuals’ hands as they look for work, budding artists are springing forth everywhere. Art has never been so hot!
Art festivals, art fairs, and the artist in all of us is coming out in 2010. [...]
It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood. That’s what Mr. Rogers used to say, anyway. The world famous California sunshine has broken through and the skies are incredibly blue. Get out and enjoy the festive events such as Nutcracker ballets, ice skating, skiing in the mountains, and 10 Tenors performing in San Diego. One our [...]
There is no reason to experience the holiday blues when there are some many things to do in California today. As the holidays approach, the events calendar is especially beaming with tree lightings, ice skating, boat parades, holiday parades, and gingerbread. This week California will enjoy 100 tree lightings. Some are now using energy efficient [...]
It’s a beautiful day in California. Tis the season of celebrating on Sunday, Nov. 22, 2009, when you can get in the zone or join in the spirit with many holiday shopping, dining and entertainment events throughout the Golden State. Ranging from what was formerly a poinsettia festival in Encinitas and is now called Fall [...]