March 16 2010
A radio prank makes a sympathizer out of me
March 2 2010
Don't avoid me—I genuinely want to talk
Feb. 16 2010
On Google's answer to social networking and other crap like it
Feb. 2 2010
If you're enduring school-choice season, you're not alone
Jan. 19 2010
Heidi Montag journeys to become 'the best me' while thousands die beneath rubble
Jan. 5 2010
Or if not that, fear of lots of other stuff that's happening in 2010
Dec. 22 2009
Maybe certain grownups shouldn't be allowed to use scissors—or teach
Nov. 24 2009
Delicate sensitivities don't need to be burdened with mammos or paps
Nov. 10 2009
From training bra to sleeper bra, we've come a long way, baby
Oct. 27 2009
Wal-Mart lowers the guillotine on authors and independent bookstores
Oct. 13 2009
Just because you paid for it doesn't mean it's going to work
Sept. 29 2009
Running naked and putting all vibrating objects to good use
Sept. 15 2009
Low brow meets high art
Sept. 1 2009
She is my own, and I am her real mother
Aug. 18 2009
Include end of life care and give me a seat on the death panel
Aug. 4 2009
A couple ovaries and some white privilege can go a long way
July 21 2009
Would you like your refund in installments or one lump sum?
July 7 2009
Play it safe and keep the score to yourself, would you?
June 23 2009
Hold the racist's feet to the fire
June 9 2009
Family Obama continues to rock the cheap duds


  • Debunk some of the stereotypes surrounding cannibalism at this new exhibition that takes a hands-on approach to the subject. Includes video games and interactive activities where patrons will have to decide...
  • The first in a new series of spoken word showcases that aim to give voices to writers of color. Speakers include Carlos Kelly, Lizz Huerta, Paul Lopez, and more. Takes place at 2186 Logan Ave. in Barrio...
  • A food festival and fundraiser highlighting over a dozen restaurants, breweries and distilleries located exclusively in Oceanside and benefitting local non-profit organizations
  • A new treehouse-inspired installation from local artist Wes Sam-Bruce. The interactive piece features many rooms and passageways, and is accompanied by an original soundscape by composer Joel P. West
See all events on Wednesday, Jul 27