While the holiday season is expected to look a little different this year, many West Coast cities have adapted their usual Christmas events to accommodate COVID-19 restrictions. Here are some of Southern California’s best holiday attractions to enjoy this year:
With nearly four decades in the alcohol business under his belt, Jim Moeller is now the managing partner of Weed Cellars, Inc., a lifestyle brand supplying a high-scoring portfolio of wines, beer and straight bourbon whiskey. The L.A.-based brand is run and funded by a high-profile group of professional athletes, business mavens and music icons.
Indian Springs Resort in Calistoga is a healing haven more than one million years in the making.
Roanna Canete is the owner/operator of San Diego’s The Gluten Free Baking Company, which offers a tasty range of online and in-store gluten-free baked goods. Perhaps you saw Canete compete on “Sugar Rush” on Netflix!
San Diego’s largest speakeasy-style restaurant – whose entry is hidden within the InterContinental San Diego, a luxury waterfront hotel – is called Garibaldi, named to honor both the state fish swimming in the ocean just a few feet away as well as Garibaldi himself.
La Quinta is located in Greater Palm Springs – which includes Palm Springs, Desert Hot Springs, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, La Quinta, Indio and Coachella – is now welcoming back guests now that “The Bachelorette” has wrapped filming.
Olivia Bue is the head winemaker of Temecula’s Robert Renzoni Vineyards and the only woman with that title in Southern California. Learn about Olivia Bue…
Sometimes, I feel like Instagram was invented just to showcase brunch in all its glory. Make that in all its Morning Glory, a breakfast and brunch hotspot in the heart of San Diego’s Little Italy.
With a global pandemic and the number of unemployment rates rising among the Bay Area, families and seniors are struggling to put food on their plates and make ends meet. In response, the San Francisco-based company Cheetah has expanded its business in order to create programs and movements to help their community during these distressing times.
The Junior League of Los Angeles celebrates its 95th anniversary as a service organization with a virtual Harvest Boutique, a new spin on a 21-year tradition.