Category Archives: Arts & Culture

San Diego is increasingly becoming a more attractive destinations for touring bands to play, and there’s certainly no shortage of places for bands to play in town. But it would be a mistake to overlook the many excellent homegrown musicians … Read More…

Balboa Park offers many ways to wile away an afternoon, but for the next few months, one of the best options is at the Museum of Photographic Arts. It’s there you’ll find the exhibit “7 Billion Others” on view through … Read More…

San Diego has more than its share of small-, medium- and large-sized venues to see rock and pop music. But beneath the din of the punks and the beatmakers, there’s a small but thriving jazz scene in San Diego that … Read More…

San Diego is a haven for bargoers – the explosion of the craft beer scene has proven that this is a town that enjoys an IPA or two. But for those not yet of legal drinking age, that means being able to … Read More…

It’s no secret that San Diego is a great city for live music. It’s home to legendary bars like The Casbah, historic venues like The Observatory (formerly the North Park Theater), and open-air venues like Humphreys. And in just the … Read More…

Summer in San Diego isn’t all beaches and barbecues. There’s a lot of great theater happening on our local stages. With our city’s laidback attitude and sense of style, you can leave the beach and head to the theater in … Read More…

The San Salvador will launch on Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at 4:00 PM from Bayside Park, 999 Bayside Parkway, Chula Vista, CA 91910. Announcement here. You know the old saying, “In 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue…” Well, San Diego … Read More…

The new “Black Dolls” exhibit at the Mingei International Museum in Balboa Park manages to be both a touching example of handmade craft and a complicated look at history. On view for the first time, 125 handmade dolls made between … Read More…

Fans of comedian Darrell Hammond know him from his long-running gig at Saturday Night Live impersonating some of the world’s most notable people including Bill Clinton, Sean Connery, Donald Trump and even Reverend Jesse Jackson. But through March 8th, a … Read More…

A few miles removed from the beach, City Heights has yet to make its way to most visitors itineraries, but that is about to change. With vibrant art, colorful neighborhood culture and lots of under-the-radar restaurants, the diversity of City Heights means visitors from all walks of life will find something to love in this urban area of San Diego.

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