Our new podcast introduces a banjo powerhouse in Spring Valley, the Con is a wrap, new series explores theater and autism and more in our weekly digest of the region’s arts and culture news.
A revamped Death for Food event returns, Bill Murray is headed to Escondido, San Diego Opera is selling off a Barrio Logan studio and more in our weekly digest of the region’s arts and culture news.
We need to crack open the door to the waste market so the long line of innovators and entrepreneurs waiting on its other side can legitimately enter the marketplace.
Kensington Video says another goodbye, arts advocates aren’t satisfied with Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s budget revise, the city’s food fight with small businesses and more in our weekly roundup of the region’s arts and culture news.
A handful of unlicensed small businesses that collect food waste from local restaurants will lose all their clients in the city of San Diego at the end of June under a new city policy.
Some new craft brewers are struggling to find ways to dispose of spent grain, the thick, mushy residue each batch of beer leaves behind. Some farmers will take it, but many of them have so much that they’re turning new breweries away.
At the end of 2015, San Diego County had 114 breweries and brewpubs – only two of which were in the South Bay. Citing low incomes and its minority-majority population, some brewers, sales representatives and distributors have assumed residents there only have taste buds for Bud Light, Corona and Dos Equis. A recent boom in breweries and tasting rooms is proving them wrong.
For years, San Diego breweries have invited local caterers to set up food stands in their tasting rooms. But a new county ordinance could spell the end to this symbiotic relationship.
The local craft coffee boom, explained.
A de facto cap on new liquor licenses in Pacific Beach has made the ones that exist extremely valuable. They’re selling for as $1 million and are having a dramatic effect on property values and tenant-landlord relationships.