The guy behind Death for Food wants you to look your dinner in the eye before it’s slaughtered. But San Diegans won’t get to pay for the privilege, now that Suzie’s Farm’s Nov. 23 event is off the table.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed into a law a host of new food and agriculture bills over the last few days. Here’s what they mean for your weekend jaunt to the farmers market, WIC recipients, salmon and more.
Psychedelic murals – no, not the ones getting disrespected in Tijuana, but we’ll get to those too – plus an official appointment to the Commission for Arts and Culture and more in our weekly culture round-up.
Cut-can sculptures, getting frothy with “Once,” a Disney aficionado shares his collection and more in our weekly culture round-up.
Long caught in a regulatory gray zone, a group of commercial fisherman finally have permits to open San Diego’s Tuna Harbor Dockside Market.
The willingness of people in the Bay Area to connect tech entrepreneurs and startups to others has led to some of the most powerful business partnerships and success stories there. In San Diego, even some of the most well-known businesses don’t know how to work together.
San Diego Symphony’s cross-border team-up, San Ysidro gallery The Front gets cut, Ice Gallery finds a new home and more in our weekly culture roundup.
San Diego’s embarrassment of museum riches, Tijuana doesn’t look a day over 120, “Night Visions” will keep seeing the light of day and more in our weekly culture roundup.
It’s been a long road for Roberto Salas and his series public art installation, “Night Visions.” After a long battle with the city over the ultimate fate of the installation, the fully restored pieces made their debut earlier this month.
Andrew WK might grace the Che’s final show (if it meets its grim demise), surf-infused art, farewell to Art Pulse and Folk Arts Records and more in our weekly culture roundup.