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  • Irish dancers celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

    SAN DIEGO – A local Irish dance school enjoyed all of the St. Patrick’s Day festivities. Dancers range from 5 to 18 years old and were part of the annual parade near Balboa Park. Heather Lake gives us a look at their traditional dance moves at the Clan Rince school of Irish dance. 

  • New Porsche driving experience at Rancho Valencia resort

    SAN DIEGO – Rancho Valencia resort and spa is one of the only San Diego hotels on the Forbes five star list, and now your stay can include a Porsche rental. The resort has added new options including the Porsche driving experience and the Pinarello bike partnership that allows you to rent a high quality Italian bike and cycle through the hills of Rancho Santa Fe. Heather Lake tells us the details on all of the new spring amenities.  

  • ‘Instagrammable’ matcha shop opens in the East Village

    SAN DIEGO – The East Village is getting a face lift with new housing developments and shops on every corner. The popular Holy Matcha has opened right down the street from Petco park and is serving up some East Village exclusives. Heather Lake gives us a look inside the local shop.

  • Where to celebrate Pi Day

    We've rounded up some deals to help you celebrate the mathematical constant.

  • Happy hour gets better with table side margaritas

    SAN DIEGO – There’s a new way to experience taco tuesday in San Diego. Puesto at the Headquarters now has table side service where you can order up a personalized margarita or pitchers for the entire table. The executive chef is also rolling out a new carne cart with table side taco service. Heather Lake gives us a look at the new dining experience.

  • Circus Vargas makes last stop in San Diego

    SAN DIEGO – Acrobats, jugglers, clowns and performers from all over the world were in Escondido under the big top for Circus Vargas. The traveling circus celebrated its 50th anniversary in California. This will be the last stop in the San Diego area. Heather Lake gave us a preview of some of the acts.

  • New craft beer made for International Women’s Day

    SAN DIEGO – Female brewers are coming together to make a special IPA in honor of International Women’s Day on March 8th. Members of the Pink Boots Society, a nonprofit for women in the brewing industry, joined together to get working on this hoppy new craft beer. Heather Lake takes us behind the scenes at Societe Brewing Company.

  • Fill the firefighter boot drive takes over local intersections

    SAN DIEGO – Local firefighters will be posted up at intersections around San Diego County raising money for burn survivors. The annual ‘Firefighter fill the boot drive’ will be taking place on March 6 during the morning and evening commutes, and all of the funds will be raised to help the Burn Institute. Heather Lake was with some of the first responders this morning downtown.

  • Heating things up with steamy yoga

    SAN DIEGO – A new hot yoga studio is heating things up to 109 degrees and making you sweat. Get ready for spring fitness goals at The Hot Room in Encinitas. Heather Lake takes us inside the new studio.

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