- May 18, 2015
Having to get naked for a college class may seem unusual, but maybe not if you’re an art student. A UCSD professor has been at the center of a media storm because he requires students to do just that.
- May 13, 2015
Jamaican artist Ebony G. Patterson makes tapestries featuring the world of dancehall music, fashion, and culture.
- May 11, 2015
Megan Pogue, a former vice president at the San Diego Symphony, will be the first general manager at the Timken Museum of Art.
- Feb. 16, 2015
A new exhibit at the La Jolla Historical Society explores an alternate future for important buildings lost to history. "What Was Is" features an impressive list of how artists imagine what those buildings would look like today.
- Feb. 6, 2015
As the longest running cast member in the history of Saturday Night Live, Darrell Hammond is known for his impressions. He’s played Al Gore, Sean Connery and most famously, Bill Clinton. But throughout his life Hammond struggled with deep seated trauma. Now he's putting his life story on the stage in "The Darrell Hammond Project," a world premiere, one-man show at the La Jolla Playhouse.
- Jan. 2, 2015
Local hip hop dance company Culture Shock is reinventing a holiday classic. It opens on Saturday at downtown's Spreckel's Theatre.
- Sept. 4, 2014
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.
- July 25, 2014
The La Jolla Playhouse’s new play "Ether Dome" shows how ambition, betrayal and drugs played a part in the discovery of anesthesia, which changed the course of medical history.
- July 17, 2014
The new director of the Timken Museum of Art will be based in New York City. He replaces John Wilson, who abruptly resigned two weeks ago after six years at the helm. KPBS looks at what this might mean for the future of this small but cherished museum in Balboa Park.
- July 17, 2014
The San Diego Opera reaches an employment settlement with former general and artistic director Ian Campbell.
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