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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 cooland simultaneously not so coolthing 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
July 6 2015
Three of San Diego's film festivals have curated a collection of international movies, which'll be screened at the outdoor Organ Pavilion in Balboa Park at 8 p.m. every Thursday through July
June 29 2015
Fourth of July might be the event highest on everyone's minds this week, but rather than hit you with a silly list of all-too-obvious places to watch the fireworks, we'll just ignore all the red, white...
June 22 2015
With all the hoopla surrounding the centennial anniversary of the 1915 Panama-California Exposition, and the seemingly endless amount of events in Balboa Park, it could be easy to forget that summer also...
June 15 2015
Golden Hill doesnt get as much love as, say, North Park and Downtown, but thatll change this weekend when Hill-dwellers will be out in full force on Saturday, June 20, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. for the Golden...
June 8 2015
We can't think of two foods we'd rather eat in bulk than oysters and sausages. Ok, maybe pizza, but we've never heard of a festival devoted entirely to pizza. Wow, a pizza festival. Someone needs to make...
June 1 2015
For 12 years, a two-mile stretch along Adams is turned into a hodgepodge of art openings, concerts, foodie happenings and cultural performances.
May 25 2015
For nearly two decades, FilmOut San Diego has done a stellar job of spotlighting under-the-radar, LGBT-focused cinema that may have otherwise never been seen on the big screen
May 18 2015
A three-day weekend is like a gift from the Gods. When it comes to Memorial Day weekend, it usually signifies summer is officially here and everybody and their mama will be having some kind of backyard...
May 11 2015
Let's face it: Modern dance isn't for everyone. However, if there's one dance company in the local scene that's managed to bridge the gap between cerebral and accessible, it's John Malashock
May 4 2015
A couple months ago we profiled Cohort Collective, a "Who's Who" of local artists and curators that includes Spenser Little, Exist 1981, NEKO, Carly Ealey and more.
April 27 2015
Many of us have long since transitioned to reading books via Kindle or other tablet formats, but there's still nothing quite so satisfying as cracking open the spine of a book and flipping through the...
April 20 2015
Themes of redemption, transformation and hope abound in Paul Flores haunting new play, PLACAS: The Most Dangerous Tattoo


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