Our mood on the month ahead from delightful to dreadful
Kimpton chefs bring it! Enjoy sustainable Earth Week menus at Cusp Dining & Drinks, Saltbox, and Jsix.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure, San Diego announces its biggest grant ever ($1.4 million) for 10,000 mammograms and screenings.
On another note, The Museum of Making Music is singing praises and “confronting stereotypes” about harps at The Harp: A Global Story of Man, Music and Medicine.
The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch debuts its first new color pattern in 15 years. Bring it on, 50 acres of Giant Tecolote Ranunculus.
Young kids gettin’ serious! San Diego Jewish Academy sophomore Zander Cowan is organizing the Second Annual Walk to End Genocide, April 7. Help him purchase supplies for refugees.
We’re counting San Diego’s 3 million trees because Cal Fire and Prop 84 gave us money.
Hillcrest parks! ParkHillcrest.com and its app give us real-time parking availability updates and shuttle map. But what about the other space-challenged ’hoods?
TheNAT premieres Dino Jaws on April 12. Finally we will know what dinosaurs ate. The mystery is over.
April showers? We’d rather not, but we’re below the long-term average for precipitation. Cue the reluctant rain dance.