The Culture Report’s back with a vengeance: Behind the drama at the UCSD Crafts Center, A Ship in the Woods finds a new home and more.
As it turns 101 years old this summer, the California Tower, one of the most landmark buildings in all of San Diego, is looking a little less than postcard-perfect.
What local arts scene folks are most excited about in San Diego culture, shark attack as inspiration for Cardiff public art, immigrant stories at the New Americans Museum and more in our final Culture Report (for now).
The storytelling nonprofit So Say We All launches a new partnership with The Radvocate, Fringe Fest is back, baby, and more culture goods in our weekly roundup.
What’s ahead now that the Opera’s back on solid ground, plus Coney Island in Balboa Park, a staring contest you definitely won’t win and more in our weekly culture roundup.
Last year was rough for the San Diego Opera. Now with a new chief, the company is on course to shake things up in the traditional art form. “By presenting opera in spaces that might be surprising, you have the potential to bring people to opera that haven’t attended before,” David Bennett tells us.
The San Diego Art Institute’s polarizing executive director, plus Comic-Con sans badge and more in our weekly round-up of culture news.
Saying goodbye to a feminist activist, Lester Bangs gets the stage treatment and more in our weekly culture roundup.
Candice Eley, PR director for the Tourism Authority, talks with us on this week’s podcast about San Diego’s evolving identity, quest to embrace its authenticity and wide and varied music scene.
The late-night show host picks on a SDSU student for his Huffington Post screed. Plus, what Central Library has planned for Comic-Con, San Diego Book Awards and more.