Another Barrio Logan arts studio will close its doors, leaving tenants scrambling. Plus: It’s fall arts preview time, pop-up galleries and pop-up restaurants are happening and more in our weekly digest of the region’s arts and culture news.
Studies show that transitional kindergarten students are better prepared for school than other kids, yet only those born in a specific three-month period get to take advantage of it.
On Wednesday, Mayor Kevin Faulconer announced the city will pitch three temporary tents in Barrio Logan, Midway and East Village to house people who are homeless. As Lisa Halverstadt reports, those three sites had actually been on city officials’ radar all along. Faulconer pledged quick action on the homeless issue back in January. By June, he explained the lack […]
A large and prominent AIDS memorial came close to being built in Balboa Park almost 25 years ago. Now folks are saying the city deserves more than the small, hidden-away memorial that’s being planned.
The San Diego International Airport’s new public art piece has a high-tech touch, a bar owner makes the case against tasting rooms and more in our weekly digest of the region’s arts and culture news.
In our latest episode of “I Made it in San Diego,” VOSD’s podcast about the region’s businesses and the people behind them, Emil’s grandson David Bronner, CEO of Dr. Bronner’s, talks about how the family’s company has grown from a quirky sideshow soap with a cult following to a multimillion-dollar brand.
City and fire officials shut down The Glashaus in Barrio Logan last month due to code compliance and fire safety issues related to illegal construction inside the arts venue. Now, the artists who had studios there are struggling to find a place to go. The Glashaus opened as an arts venue back in 2009. It’s since hosted […]
City officials shut down The Glashaus in Barrio Logan this month due to fire and safety concerns and code compliance issues. Artists who rent studios in the space were given 30 days to move out, and they’re struggling to find a place to go. The issue has come to head at a time when there’s less affordable art studio space in San Diego than ever.
Lucy Beard knew nothing about 3D printers when she decided to build a business around them. But her custom-built shoe company is starting to turn the heads of everyone from environmentalists to fashion insiders.
Starlight Bowl is “very close” to getting some much-needed help, Oceanside exhibit explores scars as art and more in our weekly digest of the region’s arts and culture news.