Enjoy another History San Diego show as we learn about the 1769 Spanish Conquest.
Enjoy another History San Diego show as we learn about The Kumeyaay-the Indigenous People , the first inhabitants of our area before the 1769 Spanish Conquest. Our shows broadcast monthly from September thru May each year.
Welcome Back to History San Diego! Enjoy another History San Diego show as we learn about How San Diego Got It’s Name and about The November, 1602 Exploration of San Diego Bay by Sebastián Vizcaíno including the expedition’s encounter with the Native Americans who resided here then.
San Diego’s Broadway- A Film & Historical Retrospective of San Diego’s Busiest Thoroughfare – 1910-2021 – Presented by George Farrar The film encompasses the following: -Broadway street life on February 21, 2021 including cars, trucks, buses, a trolley, and pedestrians from Eighth Avenue to the Pier. – A musical look at the architecture of The […]
Today on Explorin’ with George , join George on a walk down Broadway in Downtown San Diego. In this episode-George films the interesting street life, history, the amazing architecture of 625 Broadway, The US Grant Hotel and The Spreckels Theatre, businesses, hotels, road and bus traffic, skyscrapers, and birds along San Diego’s historic Broadway on […]
Today on Explorin’ with George , join George on a 90 minute walk down First Avenue from Laurel St to Market St into Downtown San Diego across the I-5 Freeway, Broadway, and all the way to Market St. For the “first” time ever, George films -real time- continuously and nonstop for 90 minutes to bring […]
On January 1, 2021, George Farrar filmed portions of the East and West exteriors of The San Diego Convention Center. Views include an MTS trolley approaching the Gaslamp Quarter station (one of 2 MTS stations that serve the center), an east staircase, a window view of a convention hall, the Coronado bridge, the marina district, […]
Today on Explorin’ With George, George Farrar profiles San Diego’s abandoned California Theatre which is set to be demolished to make way for the downtown’s largest condo tower. He zooms in on the amazing architectural detail throughout the outside and shows you inside views from the past. Also, he goes explorin’ at Horton Plaza.