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Within the past year, however, experiential art has become a whole other beast, and increasingly one that’s liberal in its designation as art. more


Last week marked another chapter in the years-long debate over short-term vacation rentals (STVR), including online sites such as Airbnb and VRBO, in San Diego. more

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Nu Moods was created to give closet musicians, such as the man in purple, a chance to collaborate with five base musicians, including local vocalist Lexi Pulido, who also curates Nu Moods. more

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There are two plant-based flavor agents that court the craft cocktail scene: bitters and shrubs. Most drinkers are familiar with bitters, a long-time staple of traditional cocktails such as Old Fashioneds, Moscow Mules, Manhattans and Sazeracs. more

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Since caravans of immigrants arrived at the San Diego-Tijuana border early last month, conditions have worsened both on the ground and in policy. more

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On May 17, San Diego County released its latest Point In Time Count (PITC), reporting that countywide homelessness was down six percent from last year. But the count omitted people living in RVs. more

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Yet another historic bar is being forced to close or relocate due to San Diego’s rising property rates. This time, it’s the India Street whiskey joint, The Aero Club (3365 India St.). more

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This is yet another disturbing story related to government agencies’ abuse of power and lack of oversight, in which already-vulnerable children become victims. more

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Throughout his career, Warren has created various sonic art installations for the Museum of Making Music, as well as teaching electronic music, audio programming and sound design at SDSU. more



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In September of 2012, UC San Diego shut down its long-standing creative hub: the Crafts Center more

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For Roshnaye, this also meant an inability to find live Spanish hip-hop. There were venues that would book Spanish-speaking artists, but he hadn’t seen an event specifically dedicated to hip-hop en español in San Diego, he says. more

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On Thursday, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors released a report analyzing its response to the hepatitis A outbreak that unfurled last year and largely affected the homeless population. more

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Just two weeks after the caravan of Central American refugees arrived at the Tijuana border, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions visited Border Field State Park on Monday to meet with officials from Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials. more

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Considering San Diego has more than 250 days of (at least partly) sunny weather per year, it’s eye-roll-worthy that day parties are largely reserved for the summer season. more

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A caravan of people emigrating from Central America arrived at the San Ysidro border Sunday. As this issue went to press, Customs and Border Protection had reportedly allowed 14 women and children from the caravan to apply for asylum. more

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Ten years later, he’s following in his mentor’s footsteps by launching his own convention, the San Diego Tattoo Invitational, which takes place downtown at Golden Hall May 4 through May 6. more



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Let’s clarify this once and for all: Cinco de Mayo is not Mexico’s Independence Day. Cinco de Mayo marks the Mexican army’s victory against France in 1862 during the Franco-Mexican War. more

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Traveling Hands Massage owner and massage therapist Zac Smith says that the first question he most often gets from new clients is whether or not they’ll get high during the massage. more


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As this issue went to press, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted 3-1 to join an amicus brief in support of a Trump lawsuit against California’s immigration laws, including the California Values Act (Senate Bill 54) more

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Jackson is one of 17 Southwestern College students assigned to create a stencil that would be projected onto a border wall prototype later that night. The stencils will also be projected during the Art That Cuts exhibit at Mesa College Art Gallery, w more

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