The disparity between San Diego’s homeless population and the federal funding it receives lingers two years after a Voice of San Diego investigation highlighted the disconnect. Still, San Diego’s anti-homelessness crusaders have plenty to celebrate.
As it heads into its 50th year, the Timken is facing big decisions about how it will look inside and out.
We found lots of reasons to be proud of the ingenuity of our San Diego neighbors.
Questions about the ideas, concepts and products that underpin San Diego’s identity will be center stage at our next cultural discovery event, Meeting of the Minds, on March 19.
The question of how best to use space and buildings in San Diego’s urban park emerges in a contentious fight between neighboring museums.
After Del Mar residents grew angry that squirrels were being poisoned, the city set up an alternative: a trapping program. It turns out that just means euthanizing them in a different way.
A deaf dancer uses cues other than music to find her place, a chef finds French inspiration in the hills of Escondido and more in our weekly roundup of the region’s culture news.
A sci-fi debut, hip-hop for art’s sake, a new symphony inspired by George Washington and more in our weekly roundup of local cultural news.
Highlights from VOSD’s sixth “Meeting of the Minds” arts and culture illumination event.
A festival grows out of some concerts in a Carlsbad library, a theater honcho finds a time warp at a local pool and more in our weekly roundup of the region’s arts and culture news.