Nov. 23 2015
John WatersPhoto by Greg Gorman WATERS RUNS DEEPJohn Waters loves to take the piss out of things. Even himself. When asked about a popular meme that features a picture and quote from the
Nov. 16 2015
Been to the mall lately? It's already a crowded mess of holiday-rabid shoppers vying for parking spots who find out the store they're going to "just ran out" of that gift
Nov. 9 2015
While most food fests only last for an afternoon, the weeklong San Diego Bay Wine and Food Festival is for serious palates
Nov. 2 2015
OUT OF THE ASHESThe 2003 San Diego wildfires were devastating and nerve-racking for those who went through them. The sky looked apocalyptic. The ash raining from the sky was the closest San Diego gets
Oct. 26 2015
Halloween was once a kid-centric holiday centered on dressing up, collecting candy and maybe smashing some jack-o-lanterns along the way
Oct. 19 2015
IN FLIGHTWanna see a bespectacled music snob get really excited? Ask him or her about Brian Eno. While not exactly a household name, the iconic musician, producer and original member of glam-rock pion
Oct. 12 2015
The success of a show like Orange is the New Black is understandable. The Netflix dramedy, set in a New York women's prison, has a fantastic cast, engrossing characters and unpredictable
Oct. 5 2015
We'd love it if the Without Walls Festival could be an annual event. The fact that it's held every two years, however, helps to build anticipation for an entire weekend of site-specific theater experiences
Sept. 28 2015
Fabric and fiber arts often get a bad rap for being too fringe. Too stuffy. Too, well, boring. That's not the case with Women's Work: Masculinity and Gender in Contemporary Fiber Art, a bold and provocative...
Sept. 21 2015
Even those entrenched in the local arts scene are sometimes surprised to learn San Diego has some internationally respected modern dance companies
Sept. 14 2015
San Diego certainly has options when it comes to seeing classic or cult films on the big screen. And while places like Ken Cinema and Cinema Under the Stars have charm, they're comparatively small next...
Sept. 7 2015
BAY DAYTo hear Dae Elliot tell it, it wasn't so much that she felt San Diego wanted another LGBT Pride event. She just beleved it needed one. “The big part was the passage of Proposition 22,?
Aug. 31 2015
Now in its second year, the one-day shopping event features more than a dozen designers and vendors specializing in vintage and retro-inspired clothing and products
Aug. 24 2015
In an ongoing attempt to salvage the official Balboa Park Centennial Celebration, the city's being cool about inviting artists into the park to let them do their thing
Aug. 17 2015
Filmmaker Gulliver Parascandolo didn't know much about the captivating costumed sect either, until he decided to turn his fancy two-lens 3D camera their way
Aug. 10 2015
As far as interesting subcultures go, tikiphiles are some of the most fun folks around. Of course, that's partly because they wear loud shirts and rum essentially runs through their veins
Aug. 3 2015
If MOPA's trying to cater to the cost-conscious, younger, hipper crowd, they're doing a fine job. And the upcoming Art Bazaar event is no exception
July 27 2015
Ben Folds is just one of several upcoming Summer Pops concerts that speaks to a younger, more adventurous audience
July 20 2015
The cool-and simultaneously not so cool-thing about the San Diego International Fringe Festival is that anything goes.
July 13 2015
If ever there was a time for the LGBT community and their allies to celebrate big-time, this would be it. Love won


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