Patrons of the Lyceum Theatre used to enjoy free parking at Horton Plaza; now they must pay $24. That’s a problem, since the Lyceum is meant to be a public theater, accessible to a diverse range of audiences and users. Horton Plaza says it’s working with the theater to find a cost-effective parking solution.
Comic-Con’s been vocal about its desire for a Convention Center expansion at the existing site. But even the events that have sprung up around Comic-Con, like Nerd HQ, say they’re desperate for more space.
Elizabeth Doran, president of San Diego Theatres, is spearheading an effort to help employees of arts organizations and other local businesses gain U.S. citizenship.
The San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory has had big success with its music program in Chula Vista and wants to make music education more accessible across the count. Plus: A plea for more parent-friendly kid venues, Steve Martin at The Old Globe and more in our weekly roundup of San Diego arts and culture news.
A decade after it failed to pass a plan that would help fund public art projects in the city, Chula Vista is on the verge of making it happen.
The great Balboa Park debate reignites, Troy Johnson reconsiders the tostada and more in our weekly roundup of San Diego arts and culture news.
Episode 3 of Culturecast, VOSD’s podcast covering the intersection of arts and gentrification in Barrio Logan, digs deep into the push to open the Chicano Park Museum and Cultural Center.
The San Diego Fringe Festival returns, a new parklet makes three and more in our weekly digest of arts and culture news.
A new arts installation is helping transform a major pedestrian thoroughfare in City Heights, a famed arts mecca in North County is preparing for its annual public unveiling, all the arts funding news from the city’s budget update and more in our weekly digest of the city’s arts and culture news.
City officials are finally deciding what’s next for the old central library, an iconic building that’s sat empty since its replacement opened in 2013.