Xavier The X-Man® has a new segment with Fox 5 San Diego that features upcoming community events and showcases small businesses. Check back weekly for new updates!
How to get started in the cybersecurity industry
During this one-hour live virtual event, we’ll be joined by cybersecurity experts to discuss:
- What a job in cybersecurity looks like
- What you need to transition into cybersecurity
- What skills you need to gain to start your journey
This event is for anyone interested in cybersecurity – from those wanting to enter this exciting field to those who want to stay in the know with new cybersecurity insights.
RSVP now to save your spot in this virtual event!
Grand reopening of Making Music Museum!
After several years of planning and a complete remodel of the Museum of Making Music’s physical space, we invite you to celebrate our grand reopening to the public on June 15!
The Museum of Making Music is an inviting and engaging place for families and individuals alike. It’s a destination. A place of inquiry. A place of discovery. A place where the creative relationship between people, musical instruments, and music is explored. And a place where your imagination takes flight.
See hundreds of instruments on display from the last 150 years, hear a vast sampling of musical styles from yesterday and today, experience an immersive panoramic multimedia display and multiple hands-on opportunities, and reflect on what it means to make music in your life and in the world today.
On June 15, we will resume our normal hours of operations. The Museum will be open Tuesday through Sunday from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The Museum will be closed on Mondays and major national holidays.
House of Boxing SD
Today I’m taking you to Reo Drive in San Diego at the House of Boxing This family boxing gym was started in a backyard in National City. Instead of complaining about the neighborhood and lack of opportunity for the kids, Carlos and His Dad started their own backyard boxing gym with a boxing ring, gloves and bags. They created a positive activity for the kids in the neighborhood and surrounding areas and oftentimes reached kids who had a hard time connecting with others or needed that extra love. I say it’s because of the love and community feel it became popular and years later decided to open up a full fledged gym.