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The Intern – Movie Review

By on Sep 25, 2015 in Film

Nancy Meyers is known for making romantic comedies that explore the ins and outs of relationships at any age. In her movies, The Holiday, Something’s Gotta Give and It’s Complicated, her female roles regularly feature smart women who don’t always understand their place in a new or existing relationship. In her new movie The Intern, she takes her usual romantic comedy tropes and places them in a movie about a 70-year-old widowed man, Ben Whitaker (Robert Deniro),…

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Pope Francis U.S. Visit & Schedule

By on Sep 22, 2015 in News

Pope Francis arrived today at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland and was greeted by President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden and their families. It’s rare for a President to go out and greet important guests upon landing. They’re usually met with at the White House. However, the 266th Pope is no stranger to first as he is the first Latin American to lead the Roman Catholic Church and will also be the first Pope to address Congress on Thursday.

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Baby Meets Cat For First Time

By on Aug 29, 2015 in Humor, Pets

Cats need to be prepared for a new baby prior to the little bundle’s arrival. Cats are mostly creatures of habit and tend not to do well with change. Here are a few tips to help make the introduction a safe and loving exchange. May your baby be all smiles like the baby in the video below. Play baby sounds so they get use to it, especially crying noises. Let them explore and investigate the baby’s furniture at least a few weeks before arrival. Probably a good idea with or without a pet to set up the nursery in...

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Sad News For Turkey Bacon Lovers

By on Aug 26, 2015 in Health & Beauty, News

Kraft Heinz Foods Company, a Newberry, S.C. establishment, is recalling approximately 2,068,467 pounds of turkey bacon products that may be adulterated because it may spoil before the “Best When Used By” date, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. According to their classification the situation is considered a low health risk. The turkey bacon was produced between May 31, 2015, and August 6, 2015.

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‘The Walking Dead’ Season 6 Trailer

By on Jul 10, 2015 in Arts & Culture, Talks, Workshops & Conferences, TV

Walking Dead fans are going crazy at the newly released trailer for Season 6. Those attending the panel at San Diego Comic-Con in Hall H got the first peak at the almost 4 minute video. The series will return Sunday, Oct. 11 at 9 p.m. with a special 90-minute episode.  What do you...

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NYC Parade for Women’s World Cup Champions

By on Jul 7, 2015 in Arts & Culture, Community, News, Scene

New York City will hold a ticker-tape parade to celebrate the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team’s World Cup victory on Friday starting at 11 a.m. The parade will start in Battery Park; go along Broadway and end at City Hall Park. This route is also known as the Canyon of Heroes.

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92 and breaking records – Harriette Thompson

By on Jun 1, 2015 in Best of So-Cal, Do, Events, Fundraisers & Charities

Harriette Thompson does it again and this time she breaks another record. On Sunday, May 31, 2015 at San Diego’s Rock N Roll Marathon at the age of 92, she became the oldest woman to finish a Marathon. She also set the world record for fastest time by a woman over 90 at 7 hours, 7 minutes and 42 seconds. She is a two-time cancer survivor and has raised over 90,000 for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

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San Andreas – Film Review

By on May 30, 2015 in Arts & Culture, Film

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has come a long way since his WWE days. He started his decade long “wrestling” career at the age of 24 in 1996. Since then he’s done several movies, guest appearances, and most recently proven he can lead a film with blockbuster hit, San Andreas. The movie is full of clichés and exaggerations that many seismologists have spoken out against. However, his star power combined with the enormous amounts of effects in the movie will be sure to draw a crowd.

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Maya Angelou Remembered

By on May 28, 2015 in Arts & Culture, Books & Poetry

It’s been one year since the world lost one of the most prolific artists of our time at the age of 86, Maya Angelou. She was a poet, dancer, author, actress and singer. She will live forever in the hearts and minds of the many that she influences around the world. Here are some of my favorite of her life lessons. “Never make someone a priority when all you are to them is an option.” “You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them.” “It’s one of the...

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Icona Pop’s brand new single “Emergency”

By on May 26, 2015 in Music

Will chart-topping Swedish duo Icona Pop’s brand new single “Emergency” be this year’s summer hit? It definitely makes you want to get up and move but doesn’t have the same originality as their hit release, “I Love It” ft. Charli XCX from 2012. The track also features vocals of fellow Swedish pop artist Erik Hassle. The duo has been featured in the hit HBO series GIRLS, made live appearances on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, The Today Show, ABC’s Good Morning America and CBS’ Late Show with David Letterman, and have also sold-out tours world-wide...

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Passes to FilmOut San Diego

By on May 24, 2015 in Best of So-Cal, Contests & Offers, Events, Film

We’re proud to sponsor FilmOut San Diego’s 17th year. We’re also happy to provide tickets to our fans for this wonderful event. The mission of FilmOut San Diego is to enlighten, educate, and entertain the communities of San Diego County & beyond through the exhibition of LGBT-themed films. FilmOut San Diego seeks to recognize, promote, celebrate and support the important diverse artistic contributions LGBT filmmakers make to our community.

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I’ll See You In My Dreams – Film Review

By on May 22, 2015 in Film

Brett Haley’s ‘I’ll See You in My Dreams’ focuses on retired schoolteacher Carol Petersen’s (Blythe Danner) life after losing her beloved dog, Hazel (Brownie). She’s been widowed for 20 years, has a select group of friends, and a daughter that lives in another state. The loss of her dog, an unexpected romance and a bond that develops with her pool boy snaps her out of her current routine. Lloyd (Martin Starr) is Carol’s new pool cleaner. He finds her sleeping outside after she’s had a run in with a rodent in her house the night before. When she’s startled...

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Poltergeist – Film Review

By on May 21, 2015 in Film

The remake of Poltergeist will leave fans of the original wanting more. It is, however, enjoyable enough for newbies. The movie has a couple of scenes that’ll make you jump a little but are mostly followed by laughter. There are a couple of updates to make it modern like cell phones and a drone that’s used to see what’s on the “other side”. It’s definitely not iconic although, has any remake ever earned that status? In the movie, a family of five is looking for a suburban home. The dad, Eric Bowen (Sam Rockwell) is ambivalent because he can’t...

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Amy Winehouse Documentary Opening this Summer

By on May 20, 2015 in Arts & Culture, Film, Music

Asif Kapadia’s documentary on iconic singer Amy Winehouse, received rave reviews at Cannes Film Festival. “The more people see of me, the more they’ll realize that all I’m good for is making music,” the six-time Grammy-winner says to the camera. The documentary includes a mix of unseen archival footage, interviews with friends and family and unheard tracks. However, the family and former partner Reg Traviss disagree with the critics and say that if they knew her they would not think so highly of the film. T

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Nicki Minaj and Beyonce’s ‘Feeling Myself’ Video

By on May 18, 2015 in Music

Tidal released Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé’s ‘The Pink Print’ collaboration, “Feeling Myself.”  Fans have been anticipating this moment but had no clue when it was being released. Tidal is Jay Z’s streaming music service. There’s partying at Coachella, chillin at the pool and a burger eating scene. It’s not a video you see, it’s a video you experience. Check it...

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Restaurant Review: Tacos El Paisa

By on May 17, 2015 in Best of So-Cal, Eat

Address: 3096 National Ave (b/t 30th St & 31st St ), San Diego, CA 92113 Price: $ Rating: 4/5 Review: The food here is incredibly delicious; fresh, and spicy. You go up to the cashier to order your food and they bring you a platter with free chips with different types of salsa, carrots, slices of radish, and cucumbers. I was going to order Tripa burritos until we saw this sign behind the cashier. We decided to order Molcajete and share. We made the right decision. The asada was tender, chicken pieces were mouth watering, shrimp was tasty, nopales were great (we’re not...

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Creative Block

By on May 16, 2015 in Arts, Community

Creative Block group show is back. The show mashes the ideas of a white walls gallery show with the raw outdoor urban feel of SILO in Makers Quarter. Situated on well-lit white walls, the huge group show featured fine art and photography from 50 participating artists with live murals from Honkey Kong, Mike Maxwell, Nekoes, CatGods, and Mr Dvice.

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Take Back the Alley Photos

By on May 16, 2015 in Arts, Arts & Culture, Community

Take Back the Alley is a fun-filled day organized by Radio Pulso and Roots Factory held at the alley behind Bread and Salt Art Gallery in Logan Heights on Saturday, May 16. It’s part of Media Arts Center San Diego’s (MACSD) initiative and aims to help redefine and transform alleys into safer and friendlier areas of congregation. The next Take Back the Alley event will be held in City Heights on May 29.      ...

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Janet Jackson: “new music, new world tour, a new movement”

By on May 16, 2015 in Music

Last year, Janet Jackson tweeted: If there is a new project, you’ll hear it from my lips. — Janet Jackson (@JanetJackson) August 1, 2014 A year later,  Janet announced she’ll be releasing new music and going on tour later this year. Script: “I promised you’d hear it from my lips. And now you will. This year, new music, new world tour, a new movement. I’ve been listening. Let’s keep the conversation going.” Janet hasn’t released an album since her 10th album “Discipline” in 2008 and hits compilation “Number Ones” in 2009. Click here for more details about the video. Her last tour...

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Laughter is the Best Therapy

By on May 15, 2015 in Humor

This woman’s laughter caused everyone in the subway car to giggle. There’s nothing more contagious than genuine laughter and here’s proof of that. More details on...

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