Seth Combs has covered the San Diego arts and music scene for over a decade. He's also written for Spin, Zagat and The Hollywood Reporter. He likes dogs and comic books, but is pretty iffy on your band.
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July 26 2016
Erik Gronborg has been ahead of his time in many ways over the years. Visiting him at his immaculate home in Solana Beach, one could easily see him as an understated and underrated purveyor of the craft...
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July 20 2016
It’s possible that Sketch Party is the most happening Tuesday night scene in town. The bi-monthly art event—where right-brained patrons come to draw, color and sometimes simply doodle on paper-covered...
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July 19 2016
Every child deserves a clubhouse. If I'm to believe some of the stuff I've read online, having a clubhouse or treehouse teaches a kid valuable developmental skills like organization, socialization and...
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July 19 2016
For an artist, Rachel LaBarre is proving to be a savvy businesswoman. The creator and publisher of the Very Adult Coloring Books line of, well, adult coloring books is more than aware that the bubble may...
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July 13 2016
Smith, along with her girlfriend Carissa Schmidt, recently started a local chapter of Pink Pistols, a national, pro-firearm organization that, according to its website, is “dedicated to the legal,...
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July 12 2016
Brenna JudkinsPhoto courtesy of the artist Lottie Hop owner Brenna Judkins couldn't always embrace her weirdness. She says growing up in Akron, Ohio, she developed artistic inclinations at a ver
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July 12 2016
Ash Eliza Smith and Kim-Anh SchreiberPhoto courtesy of Hysterical Accuracy Ash Eliza Smith and Kim-Anh Schreiber are reluctant to divulge many details or plot points about their new web series, C
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July 6 2016
A monthly feature where we track down the stories behind San Diego’s most colorful murals
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July 6 2016
Folks of a certain age may remember Adam Gnade as the editor of the short-lived indie weekly Fahrenheit
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July 6 2016
In the 10 years that Tractor Room has been open, David Russell Talbott reckons he’s had an art show at the Hillcrest restaurant and cocktail bar nearly every year
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June 29 2016
It’s this facet that makes Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum one of the best-kept secrets in San Diego. Spread out over 55 acres in the heart of Vista, the museum recently celebrated its 40th year...
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June 28 2016
Five local artists have been announced as recipients of the 2016 Creative Catalyst awards
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June 28 2016
You have to hand it to Patrick Heaney and Aaron Blomberg. Two-thirds of the late '00s electro group Shark Attack, the two musicians could have easily coasted the rest of their careers crafting aggressive...
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June 22 2016
Poetry often goes by the wayside when it comes to local arts. Don't get us wrong; there's a thriving and active spoken word scene in San Diego, with weekly readings and open-mics in coffeehouses, restaurants...
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June 21 2016
In this semi-regular department, we ask some of our favorite local artists, writers and curators what new shows or artists are worth checking out
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June 21 2016
A solid crowd of artists and scenesters gathered at Thumbprint Gallery this past Saturday, and while some were there to check out the La Jolla gallery's new show, Stratum, some seemed much more keen on...
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June 14 2016
Tiki culture had its heyday in the '40s and '50s, when restaurants and clubs started using Polynesian design themes. For bars, there was an emphasis on sweet, rum-based cocktails that were often served...
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June 14 2016
Context is important when viewing the work of Damon Davis. The St. Louis-based interdisciplinary artist has spent much of the past few years creating works that attempt to examine the 2014 death of Michael...
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June 14 2016
Working under the name Inca Colors, Gonzalez fashioned the knit to look like the yellow caution tape most often seen at places like crime scenes and construction areas
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June 7 2016
Summer doesn't officially begin until June 20, but chances are most San Diegans are already in full summer mode. For some of you, it's time to put the final touches on vacation plans, but for art mavens...

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