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Ways to Celebrate Filipino American History Month

9 Ways to Celebrate Filipino American History Month (October)

9 Ways to Celebrate Filipino American History Month (October) October is Filipino American History Month! If you’re Filipino and have always been curious about your ethnic background, heritage, and history, now is the time to learn more! Check out these articles for fun ways to learn more about and celebrate Filipino American history:   1. Filipino American History – Legacy of the Delano Grape Strike Do you know about the Delano Grape Strike? Stories of Filipino farmworkers in California offer…

FilamFest Oct 21 in San Diego

FilAmFest – Things to Do in San Diego

FilamFest - Things to Do in San Diego Looking for something fun to do this October? Check out FilAmFest this October 21st in San Diego. With Filipino food, traditional dancing, and fun activities for the whole family, you won’t want to miss it! FilAmFest is open to all individuals who love to learn about and experience different cultures. Everyone is welcome!   What is FilamFest? FilAmFest is a family-friendly event that celebrates Filipino American culture, history, and the significant contributions of Filipino…

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Trade Winds Tavern – Hip Asian Fusion in San Diego

Trade Winds Tavern - Hip Asian Fusion in San Diego I had the opportunity to visit Trade Winds Tavern with fellow bloggers from the San Diego Filipino Bloggers Network (SDFBN). Trade Winds Tavern opened in the Spring of 2017 and offers a variety of food and drink that incorporates Asian flavors and traditional recipes into new dishes that any foodie will love. Disclosure Statement: I received a complimentary meal in exchange for this blog post and social media shares. However,…

Where to Grab Halo-Halo in San Diego - Snoice

Where to Grab Halo-Halo in San Diego

  Where to Grab Halo-Halo in San Diego If you love trying new trendy food spots in San Diego, add Snoice to your bucketlist for tasting the unique Filipino ice dessert halo-halo.   Halo-Halo - The Filipino word for “mix-mix”   What is Halo-Halo? Halo-halo is a delicious cold dessert for a hot summer day. In the Philippines, you can find halo-halo stands on almost every street!   Halo-halo, a Filipino ice dessert, consists of different toppings like jackfruit, sweet…

One Person Can Make a Difference (Really!)

One Person Can Make a Difference (Really!) I just attended United Way’s “Changing the Odds” Community Breakfast this morning and I got a little burst of inspiration that made my day. Keynote speaker, Liz Murray, a former homeless teen, gave a touching speech on her experience growing up and how she was able to turn her life around. The one thing she stressed was how important a person can have if they simply reach out and help someone that needs…

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Southern California Writers’ Conference 2016

  Southern California Writers’ Conference San Diego, CA Great news! I have officially registered for the Southern California Writers’ Conference (SCWC)! It will take place February 12-14, 2016 in San Diego, CA. I’m excited I don’t have to travel far; the conference venue is literally a mile from my house! If you're a writer and interested in attending, you can check out the Southern California Writers Conference website site here. [pullquote]“Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the…

Where to Find Craft Coffee in South Bay – Pavaraga Cafe

  Let’s face it, there are limited options when it comes to coffee in the South Bay. Local coffee culture is choked down by the ever populating chain coffee shops. I have found a few gems during my coffee adventuring with San Diego Coffee Questers, and today I offer you one more to add to the list. Pavaraga - the World’s Most Luxurious Coffee Disclosure Statement: I received a complimentary meal and coffee drink samples in exchange for this blog…

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Coffee Oasis in the North – Mostra Coffee

Yesterday I went with the San Diego Coffee Questers to a cold brew release party at Mostra Coffee, located in Rancho Bernardo. It’s in North County? I thought as I googled directions. “The North,” tends to be a land of suburban neighborhoods filled with chain restaurants and chain coffee shops. Don’t get me wrong, I still drink Starbucks. But I love craft coffee too. I don’t consider myself a coffee snob, but I do enjoy seeing local businesses who take…