Category: San Diego


Go See Cal Go See Cal

Go See Cal Go See Cal – Cal and his dog “Spot”

If you have to ask who Cal Worthington is, you’re either too young or not a Southern California native. The car dealer pitch salesman became quite famous for his outlandish but fun commercials featuring himself performing wild stunts with his dog “Spot” to a re-written banjo-esque version of the children’s tune: “If You’re Happy And You Know It.”

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Inside shot of the Viejas Arena

Inside shot of the Viejas Arena

After San Diego State’s home victory over Colorado State 66-48, #9 SDSU share the Mountain West Conference title with #3 BYU. The Aztecs (29-2 14-2) who have been swooning students, alumni and fans alike all season long, have earned the #2 seed in the MWC tournament at Las Vegas. Now we wait for selection Sunday to see if SDSU manages a berth in the NCAA tournament. March Madness baby! View full article »

It seems that there have been a few more earthquakes in Southern California lately. I don’t remember this many in the last ten years, but that’s probably due to the fact that I wasn’t paying any attention. Last night we had a 5.7 magnitude quake 5km of Ocotillo, California. Looking at the USGS (United States Geological Survey) website, there have been hundreds of smaller magnitude rattlers throughout that area.

Image by USGS Website

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Image of Downtown San Diego

Image of Downtown San Diego

For those of us that live or work in Downtown San Diego, we tend to go about our busy lives concentrating on the trendy restaurants, shops and high rise condos that have sprouted all over the place without thinking of the possible dangers. This is why we should slow down once in a while and take a quick look at what else is happening around us.  Even if its the ugly side of things. Did you know that there are over 150 registered sex offenders in the 92101 ZIP code? Stick around and I’ll show you which places to look out for. I am not trying to scare you. I simply want you to be aware of your surroundings. Information is power. View full article »