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Wealth Advisors

In a world of Madoffs and rip-offs, wary (and weary) consumers still need financial advice.   Crisis. It’s the mot de choix of just about everyone describing the financial state of the world over the last year, and California has…

From Kensington With Love

It’s another beautiful summer afternoon in Kensington and Darlene Love is fighting off bronchitis. Yet she steps off the porch of her home with élan, accompanied by her dogs, Lou and Orson. Sick or no, Love will not be deterred…

Midnight Madness Strikes La Jolla Landmark

“Time is fleeting. Madness takes its toll,” chants the stringy-haired character Riff Raff at countless midnight screenings of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” on any given weekend. At Landmark’s La Jolla Village Cinemas, the sentiment is appropriate to the occasion.

Pokéz bohemian bistro

Keeping busy behind the counter. Walk a few blocks east of the Gaslamp Quarter and you’ll encounter a casual alternative to Downtown’s trendy hot spots. Located on E Street between 9th and 10th Street, Pokéz offers Mexican food in addition…

Festival creates new categories

Visitors gather at the Pacific Gaslamp Stadium movie theater downtown for last year's San Diego Film Festival. Of the 1,000 films entered, 100 will be shown.

SDSU Alumnus to show short film Courtesy of Limelight PR. Visitors gather at the Pacific Gaslamp Stadium movie theater downtown for last year’s San Diego Film Festival. Of the 1,000 films entered, 100 will be shown. The end of summer…