P.S. Tickets are up on ReaderCity as well. sdreader.com/adams or http://j.mp/MH79kV
Echoes of Eno at his best, for sure. But with a more modern drum track that evokes some nineties downtempo stuff. Good!
A hidden gem along the Californian coast, Santa Cruz offers lush natural parks, eateries with local charm and the traditional boardwalk. It has a relaxed feel like most beach towns, and the locals prize natural ...
Kobey's is without a doubt, the best swap meet in San Diego.
You can get anything there. Fruit, vegetables, clothing, electronics, art supplies, auto supplies, musical gear, fishing equipment, antiques, pinatas, hardware, magnifying glasses, leg cramps, sunburn, mini-donuts, hot dogs, listen to a steel drum band one week and a guy playing a guitar made from a suitcase the next. The place is beyond just a swap meet....it's the Magical Mystery Tour--minus the acid. And yes, you can get live fish, birds, lizards, hamsters, occasional kittens and puppies and more. If you haven't been...you really, really need to see this place.
RE: "Rueben H. Fleet Center"
It is actually Reuben H. Fleet Science Center. ;-)
And "to see two flims the cost is $15" should be: ...two films ...
I love the sound of congee with preserved egg! Nom. I am super jelz over this. I haven't had a good dim sum in forever!
San Diego is beautiful. At least, that's what Travel + Leisure's annual America's Favorite Cities survey says. Based on readers' ...
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