- Oct. 17
The San Diego ACLU and local hip-hop artists are hosting a show Friday in Barrio Logan to get out the vote among the formerly incarcerated.
- Sept. 18
- Midday Edition
San Diego Opera's COO Keith Fisher sees a sunny horizon as he looks ahead to the company's 2014-15 season.
- Sept. 15
The new musical "Bright Star" had its world premiere over the weekend at the Old Globe Theater.
- Sept. 8
Cee Lo Green's Tweets claiming a woman can't be raped unless she's conscious got him booted from the lineup of entertainers scheduled to perform at Naval District Washington’s Freedom Live concert later this month.
- Sept. 5
After a tumultuous year and almost closing its doors, the San Diego Opera is kicking off a new season with a recital at Balboa Theater Friday at 7 p.m.
- Sept. 4
Having survived a near-death experience, the San Diego Opera plans to open its 50th season Friday night with a recital of love duets at the Balboa Theatre.
- Sept. 4
Daniel Jackson, saxophonist, pianist, composer, and music teacher with a decades long career in the San Diego jazz scene, died Wednesday of a prolonged illness.
- Aug. 15
If you love action films you need to check out the Monday night lineup at the Spreckels Organ Pavilion.
- Aug. 15
Tiki Oasis boasts that it is the biggest tiki weekender on the planet and will quell your wanderlust and quench your thirst.
- Aug. 8
- Evening Edition
The music entrepreneurship and business program is believed to be the first of its kind in the country.
- July 31
The San Diego Symphony announced Thursday that Martha Gilmer, an executive at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, will become its new CEO. She will replace Ward Gill, who is leaving after 10 years.
- July 17
The San Diego Opera reaches an employment settlement with former general and artistic director Ian Campbell.
- July 16
San Diego International Fringe wrapped on Sunday. Here are the shows that took home the awards.
- July 13
This is the last day of the second annual San Diego International Fringe and if you haven't gone there are final performances of some great, fun shows.
- July 11
CHE Café, a UC San Diego underground music venue and hotbed for progressive politics for more than 30 years, might have to close because university officials say it's unsafe. The student volunteers who run it are putting up a fight.
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