The US-Mexico border has once again become politicized and the subject of much confusion. As a binational business owner and community member, I've received more messages than ever from friends, past clients, and even strangers regarding travel into Mexico, so I thought I'd take a moment to share what I know regarding the two questions I keep getting:
About five years ago I stopped wearing corporate brand names because, fuck the man, right? Then a few years ago I committed to only wear local brands or brands whose message I believe in to spread awareness. This included local businesses I frequent, friend's artwork, and the occasional purpose-driven label, think Toms shoes or Billionaire … Continue reading Mexican As F*ck HAT
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This weekend my sister and I were reminiscing about Candy Cane Lane in Chula Vista, our childhood favorite light display which sadly no longer exists. Now that she's a mom, her weekend comprised of a visit to Christmas Circle with my sobris. This got me thinking, where are the other neighborhoods that have Christmas light … Continue reading Best Christmas Light Displays in San Diego
Running and walking is standard, you do it every day. A five-kilometer race, or 5K, is a good goal for novice runners and outdoor enthusiasts. If you’re not sure you can run three miles it’s fine to take walking breaks or even walk the entire way. This year marks the fourth annual We Support U 5K, … Continue reading 5 Reasons to do a 5K as a FAMILIA
It's that time of year again. The return of the San Diego Latino Film Festival!
For many San Diego restaurants diners, the star attraction isn’t always what’s on the plate. It’s what’s outside the windows. Six of the 100 best “Scenic View Restaurants” in America are in San Diego, according to the just-released 2013 survey of OpenTable.com diners.
It's back! Join me for WHW - my monthly Happy Hour at some of San Diego's best spots!