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.
How “creative placemaking” is taking over San Diego, a disturbing portrait, new hope for Kensington Video and more in our weekly culture roundup.
KPBS’s new program gives veterans a voice and civilians a chance to understand. Plus, San Diego artists venture to Tijuana, Oceanside Museum of Art’s expansive new exhibit and more in our weekly culture roundup.
What really grinds San Diego artists’ gears, new digs for the Roots Factory, UC San Diego may lose its art gallery and more in our weekly arts roundup.
Members of the San Diego art scene I heard from derided the arts group RAW for a model they described as pay-to-play. Others feel the model benefits artists who are having a hard time breaking into the scene.
What the arts community brought in over the past year, the Museum of Photographic Arts rolls out a new membership model, one of Solana Beach’s own takes on the national spelling bee and more in our weekly culture roundup.
Pint of Science sounds worth standing at the door for. Plus, up close and personal over Rembrandt’s shoulder, Nudiegate, San Diego at sunrise and more in our weekly culture roundup.
A campaign to save the beloved Leucadia bookstore, plus Central Library’s Comic-Con spirit and more in our weekly culture roundup.