The 4th annual Malashock Thinks You Can Dance was held at Birch North Park Theater in San Diego. This fun fundraiser pairs local celebrities among them our own Danitza Villanueva, John Gomez and Alex Salazar among many more with professional dancers for a live dance competition. All funds raised are for Malashock Dance’s Education Outreach and Scholarship Programs, which benefit nearly 3,000 students annually, and help children in need develop the skills, confidence and discipline to better their lives.
With the incredible 2010 Opera Season opening soon, the directors and board members of the San Diego Opera took an evening to look ahead to 2012 with the composer, director and conductor of Moby Dick, a world premier opera, performing at the lovely home of Claire Reiss. The 2011 season features Turandot, Der Rosenkavalier, Faust and Carmen and will bring to stage music you will love to watch.
A night of sophisticated glamour took place at The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla at the 34th annual Monte Carlo Gala. Guests arrived to a Monte Carlo Does Bond theme with galleries transformed into Agent 007’s playground, complete with videos, movie posters and even a gold painted cocktail server. Guests started their evening with martinis and casino games making their way to dinner and dancing under the stars. Oh James!
The ROMP Gala was a fun, playful night at the Ronald McDonald House organized with the help of Honorary Chairs, Amy and Phil Mickelson and Event Chair, Mary Drake. Funds were raised to provide a much needed home-away-from-home for families in medical crisis. The entertainers were unique and like no other in San Diego with a heartfelt message by Jamie Fox via video and the timeless performance donated by four-time Grammy winner, Vikki Carr.
Las Amigas del Trompo held a breakfast to recognize and thank various individuals and organizations who have contributed to the support of El Trompo Museum. GB Magazine is proud to be a sposnor and raising over$35,000 for the museum. The First Ladies of Baja California and Tijuana were present to help kick off the most important celebration in Tijuana this month.
USD alumni, parents and friends reunited at the Second Annual Mexican Reunion at The University of San Diego. Alumni had the opportunity to be part of history and reconnect as they proudly celebrated their fellow Latin American alumni. Guests dined on a gourmet buffet while listening to live entertainment from Manny Cepeda.
For decades, Las Vegas has been the favorite location of Mexicans celebrating Mexican Independence, and in this year of the Mexican Bicentennial, the celebration was unrivalled. Year after year, MiGuiaLasVegas has brought the best of Mexico to Las Vegas and celebrated at the nightclubs, restaurants, concerts and casinos at the Encore and Wynn hotels, all hosted by MiGuiaLasVegas. Whether heading out for “El Grito” or any weekend, MiGuiaVegas can arrange private jets, high roller suites, VIP lounges and that special experience that only Las Vegas can offer.