Spring is in the air and Carlsbad is in bloom at the Flower Fields, open now through May.
Go fly a kite with family-friendly Obecians at the OB Kite Festival.
Drink a toast to Temecula wine country at the two-day World of Wine Winter Barrel Tasting.
Award-winning wines from January’s competition are up for tasting at the Taste of Winemaker Challenge at 57 Degrees.
The US Grant welcomes future brides to Swoon 4, with three floors of vendors and exhibits.
Got questions about that face tattoo, the infamous ear-biting incident, or his cameo in The Hangover? Iron Mike may have answers in his Spike Lee-directed one-man show, Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth.
Grab your partner and put on your dancing shoes for the three-part Roots of Swing workshop at the Mingei Museum.
The House of Blues goes green with the luck of Irish rockers Flogging Molly.
The 20th annual San Diego Latino Film Festival showcases works by Latinos and about the Latino experience. Oh, and there are tons of parties and panels, too.
Test the best of California’s family-owned vintages at the Family Winemakers of California San Diego Wine Tasting at the Del Mar Fairgrounds.
Always wanted to put a 13.1 sticker on your SUV? Try your feet at the San Diego Half Marathon.
Catch the west coast premiere of San Diego REP’s The Mountaintop at the Lyceum, through March 31. The play imagines the last night of MLK, Jr.’s life.
Alicia Keys proves she’s a girl on fire when she brings her booming voice to the Valley View Casino Center.
Thursday is the new Friday at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego’s Downtown TNT social event.
Tee up! It’s the first day of Golf Fest at Oaks North Golf Course, in Rancho Bernardo.
San Diego Opera presents its first mariachi opera, Cruzar la Cara de la Luna, for two shows only.
View the never-before-seen film by Andy Warhol, San Diego Surf, at MCASD La Jolla.
Don your shamrocks and commence shenanigans at Balboa Park’s boot-stomping, beer-guzzling St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival.
What Chicago does to its river, the Gaslamp Quarter does to the streets of downtown San Diego. Go green and get lucky at ShamROCK.
You just may discover SNL’s next breakout star on The Second City’s Laughing Matter Tour stop at La Jolla Playhouse.
The Gambler himself, Kenny Rogers, knows when to hold ’em at The Belly Up.
Indulge in the perfect pairing, Wine and Chocolate, at the Westgate Hotel.
Be amazed at some of the wild and wacky street-performing talents during the Seaport Village Busker Festival.
Foodies and beer lovers get their grub and grog on at the fourth annual Mission Valley Craft Beer and Food Fest.
The New Orleans Jazz Orchestra brings Bourbon Street to Copley Symphony Hall.
If you’re not up for the challenge of the hard-core Ironman 70.3 California Oceanside, not to worry; the race is sold out. But you can still admire the athleticism as a spectator.
Happy Easter, San Diego! Egg hunts and champagne brunches abound from Chula Vista to Carlsbad and everywhere in between.