Ian Anderson 2 p.m., March 2
“Juicy brightness dapples your palate like light filtering through a poppy parasol.”
Put the boredom on ice
“Word has it that the San Diego Ice Arena in Mira Mesa is the ‘it’ spot for tweens and teens on Friday nights.”
The school offers a stationary carpeted slope and a revolving carpet to help practice skills off the snow.
When baby fat isn’t baby fat
“We made butternut squash mac ’n’ cheese, with squash substituting for cream. The kids were blown away.”
New Year’s Eve festivities in the Kelly home bounce between ringing in the year at private house parties to lounging at home with appetizers, drinks, and movies. “We’ve never done the Downtown NYE party scene, ...
From succulents to air plants, living holiday wreaths grow on you.
“There’s an ocean-themed wreath that uses starfish instead of poinsettias. It looks very cool.”
Annual high point for inner lumberjacks
You can choose and cut your own tree, or if you are not feeling your inner lumberjack, the farm will cut your tree for you.
Well-traveled stuffers Solana Beach This shop is a bargain-hunter’s paradise amid the fun (but pricey) shops of the Cedros Avenue Design District in Solana Beach. Stocking stuffers galore, and all with a touch of thoughtfulness ...