From craft beer to Padres baseball, these local podcasts show mad love to SD.
🎸 From brands to bands, San Diego’s business scene is truly inspired.
📸 Applications for “Exposure” are being accepted through Wednesday, April 5.
The Beach Boys, Gipsy Kings, Gladys Knight, and Patti LaBelle are among the icons set to light up the venue on San Diego Bay. 🎶
The spotlight on Latino cinema runs Thursday, March 9-Sunday, March 19. 🎬
The iconic author lived in La Jolla from 1948 until his death in 1991 — but his local legacy lives on. 📚
The deadline to submit your pics of animals, plants, landscapes, and people at Mission Trails is Wednesday, March 15. 📸
The observance brings special events and tickets priced $15, $30, or $45
The renovation will be used for community celebrations
Explore San Diego’s murals — from images of postcards and celebrities to unforgettable splashes of color.
The free programming will offer storytelling workshops
From murals and public artworks to museums and cultural centers, local Black history is all around us.
The restored, 94-year-old venue will reopen Nov. 4, 2023. 🎻
Peep “The Animation Academy” and “Cover Story: Five Decades of Comic-Con.” 👀
This is your chance to get 50% off museum entries
The immersive exhibition takes you inside the life — and tomb — of ancient Egypt’s legendary boy-king. ⚱️
The live music venue holds up to 1,900 people
Through community surveys, a committee will determine how to shift the exhibit to better reflect modern-day, local life.
The Clairemont resident recited his poem, “We Draft Work Songs for This City,” at the State of the City Address earlier this month.
Oh, it’s festival season alright.
From local rockers to legendary pop stars, we’re amped for this year.
From suits made of sauce packets to immersive works — the local arts scene is calling. 🎨
Expect fully immersive art and technology exhibits.
The organization took home the Animation Award at 134th Rose Parade presented by Honda.
The Padres rally goose. Stunning shorelines. Big cats. Dinosaurs. We sure unlocked some core memories in SD this year.
Restaurants. Beaches. Comic-Con. Charitable Causes. Dang, you’re dynamic, San Diego.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers and P!nk will light up the venue in Mission Valley in the next year.
Mission Vista High School grad David Spitzfaden plays guitar on the pop star’s song.
These three exhibitions span contemporary photo and visual arts — and mark some firsts for the artists.
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