Escondido Tamale Festival to Take Place Saturday, November 3rd

For the fourth year in a row, Escondido will host its annual Tamale festival in Grape Day Park. The festival prides itself on honoring  iconic Latin foods and the traditions that have become standards of Californian culture. Escondido in particular, being heavily influenced by Hispanic and Mexican settlers and their traditions, to this day remains predominantly and proudly hispanic. This communal celebration is a holistic way to let all of us honor these roots. Continue reading Escondido Tamale Festival to Take Place Saturday, November 3rd

Elisa Litke Launches JPCatholic Improv Team

by Anna Livia Brady Sophomore acting emphasis Elisa Litke recently held auditions for a new Improv Team which will combine commitment and comedy. “I started the group because it’s a necessity as an actor, its something I’m good at that I love to do. Actually, Tom Wilson and Paul Rugg recommended we have a group. It’s dire for comedy.” Litke stated. Compared to the JPCatholic … Continue reading Elisa Litke Launches JPCatholic Improv Team

Polish Festival San Diego 2018

In the midst of Oktoberfests, Day of The Dead celebrations, and endless Halloween shindigs, other lesser known gaieties are often shoved under the rug or forgotten about. But fortunately, thanks to the Polish Mission of San Diego, that is not the case for SD Polish Americans. This weekend, October 12-14, St. Maximilian Parish of Pacific Beach hosted its annual Polish Festival, of which I had the great privilege of attending. Continue reading Polish Festival San Diego 2018