San Diego Arts Round-Up: Life Beyond Laurel, Outlaw Beatles Impersonator, and Luis Alberto Urrea
Monday, April 26, 2010
Police have found the car of local musician Erick Wales, who went missing early last week. His parents are asking for the community's help.
San Diego CityBeat has a profile of local band The Silent Comedy - whose members are friends and former bandmates of Erick Wales.
The sale of San Diego Magazine is complete - the new publisher is old owner, Desert Publications Inc.
The sculptures of famed glass artist Dale Chihuly went on view this weekend at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies.
The U-T estimates that ArtWalk 2010 drew 120,000 to Little Italy this past weekend for the annual outdoor art festival.
Owl and Bear has a preview of the May-release album by The New Pornographers, starring my girl crush, Neko Case.
The U-T has a Q&A with the woman behind popular culinary spots like Laurel and Cucina Urbana.
CityBeat's urban scout Clea Hantman tells you where to find mid-century furniture in San Diego.
Luis Alberto Urrea's ("The Devil's Highway," "The Hummingbird's Daughter") story "Mr. Mendoza's Paintbrush" is being adapted into a graphic novel.
Holiday Matinee features a collection of dice for design-savvy craps players.
The Flower Fields in Carlsbad showed up in USA Today over the weekend.
A Beatles impersonator was arrested on Friday after playing "I Am The Walrus" on local television morning show.
The San Diego Symphony opened its Beethoven Festival over the weekend, without pianist Yefim Bronfman (an illness has him postponing his festival appearance to this upcoming weekend). Maestro Jahja Ling will be on These Days this morning talking about the festival.
The U-T's Nina Garin profiles Carlsbad guitarist Josh Steely, as he prepares to tour with Daughtry, the band of "American Idol" alum Chris Daughtry.
Here's a story about a local comic-book artist who's created a new young adult series.
The first ever KidsFest takes place this coming weekend at NTC Promenade - see you in The Messy Zone!
SDNN reveals five things to do in Coronado that won't cost you a thing.
San Diego's Kengington neighborhood turns 100!
San Diego now has only one gay chorus - The San Diego Gay Men's Chorus - but that doesn't mean uniting was easy.
Last week, UCSD was named one of the "happiest" colleges in the country by the "Daily Beast," which apparently hasn't been informed of recent racial unrest and budget cuts.