Brent Bernasconi

Inaugural San Diego Theatre Week – February 22-28, 2016

The Metromaniacs - The Old Globe - San Diego Theatre Week
The Metromaniacs – The Old Globe. Photo by Jim Cox. More than 30 San Diego performing arts organizations have come together to collaborate on and…
Robert Arends

Top 5 San Diego Spots to Explore the Birthplace of California

The new San Salvador, the Mayflower of the West! Photo credit: Jerry Soto Did you know, San Diego was discovered by Europeans 473 years ago?…
Jeff Terich

Four of the Best Live Bands in San Diego

The Burning of Rome
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…
Guest Blogger

7 Billion Others Brings The World To Balboa Park

7 Billion Others - Museum of Photographic Arts
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…
Jeff Terich

4 of the Best Jazz Clubs Throughout San Diego

Jazz Band - Croce's Park West
Photo courtesy of Croce’s Park West San Diego has more than its share of small-, medium- and large-sized venues to see rock and pop music.…
Jeff Terich

4 of the Best All Ages Live Music Venues in San Diego

The Irenic - An All Ages Music Venue in San Diego
The Irenic – An All Ages Music Venue in San Diego San Diego is a haven for bargoers – the explosion of the craft beer…
Jeff Terich

5 Summer Concert Picks in San Diego – 2015

Taylor Swift - The 1989 World Tour
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…
Guest Blogger

San Diego Summer Theater Season Highlights 2015

Motown The Musical - Broadway San Diego
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…
Robert Arends

San Diego’s ‘Mayflower of the West’ San Salvador Sets Sail Labor Day Weekend!

You know the old saying, “In 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue…” Well, San Diego has its own historic maritime tale: “In 1542, Cabrillo sailed…
Guest Blogger

Black Dolls Exhibit – Now on Display at the Mingei International Museum

Black Dolls Exhibit - Mingei International Museum
Artist Unknown, Weary Woman, late 19th century U.S.A., mixed fabrics, leather, Collection of Deborah Neff, Photo by Ellen McDermott The new “Black Dolls” exhibit at…