Oct. 24 2016
Maybe it's our puritanical past, or just an innate desire to turn any random holiday into an excuse to dress up and get blitzed, but no country does Halloween like America
Oct. 17 2016
These days, everyone is a photographer. When we did our annual Photo Contest earlier this year, it marked the first time we chose more Instagram photos than professional, fine art photography
Oct. 10 2016
We’ve long been proponents and promoters of a simple philosophy: San Diegans need to buy more art from local artists. End of story. Mic drop
Oct. 3 2016
The month-long Archtoberfest kicked off this past weekend with a cool party and a tour of the North Park business district
Sept. 26 2016
The polls are looking a little bleak lately. Trump's numbers are rising in key swing states, and if you're a liberal, you've probably Googled "moving to Canada" once or twice over the last few weeks
Sept. 19 2016
Few book titles are as encapsulating as Keith Morris' new biography, My Damage: The Story of a Punk Rock Survivor (Da Capo Press)
Sept. 12 2016
Adam Conover is the ultimate contrarian. As the host of the popular truTV and web series, Adam Ruins Everything, he admits that he's the type of guy who'll show up to a party, hear a lighthearted conversation...
Aug. 29 2016
Even in the age of Instagram and ubiquitous sunset photos, great nature photography is still something to behold
Aug. 22 2016
As KPBS and the San Diego County Library continue to roll out their excellent selections for the program, we at feel every day is a good day to support local writers and authors
Aug. 15 2016
Jason Latimer isn't your average illusionist. Sure, the guy's a consummate showman, but not in that Gob from Arrested Development kinda way
Aug. 8 2016
For nearly five years, Tecture has been at the cutting edge of local design and fabrication. The Barrio Logan based company (they prefer to be known as a collective) has an extensive and varied list of...
Aug. 1 2016
The Living Coast Discovery Center (1000 Gunpowder Point Drive) in Chula Vista. Nestled in the bayside Sweetwater Marsh National Wildlife Refuge since 1987, the center is dedicated to education and sustainability...
July 25 2016
Locals may remember Kristen Green's byline from when she was a reporter at The San Diego Union-Tribune in the mid-'00s. When she moved back to the East Coast, she found herself drawn to a story about...
July 18 2016
Look here, if you don't have a badge or just have an "I can't even" attitude toward Comic-Con, don't fret
July 11 2016
"Given the recent events in Orlando, now is the time more than ever to come out, celebrate and be proud," says San Diego LGBT Pride Public Relations Manager Alex Villafuerte. "To celebrate our accomplishments...
July 6 2016
A lot is made of getting our respective bodies toned, tight and selfie-worthy for the summer. Still, there’s something to be said for just letting go and shamelessly indulging. Sure, we’re...
June 27 2016
Between terrorist attacks, the ongoing gun control debate, the Brexit and the prospect of a Trump presidency, the idea of celebrating the greatness of America just seems, well, ham-handed and bittersweet....
June 20 2016
For four years, the San Diego International Fringe Festival has been bringing audiences a taste of what they might otherwise never see
June 13 2016
For nearly 10 years, the San Diego Art Prize has been recognizing and rewarding local artists who show great promise. For patrons, the Art Prize exhibitions provide an excellent opportunity to see some...
June 6 2016
Local arts organization youTurn Contemporary Arts Exhibition is all about quality over quantity. Rather than doing monthly or semi-regular events throughout the year, the collective of artists and choreographers...


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