Joely Proudfit is a Luiseño professor who wants American Indians to control of how they're represented in media. She heads the largest Native peoples film festival in the state. Read more/news/2016/nov/01/american-indian-heritage-month-joely-proudfit/
Randy Edmonds is a tribal elder who's coached fellow Indians through a common evolution: moving from life on a reservation, to life in the city. He's dedicated to tradition, and ... Read more/news/2016/nov/01/meet-american-indian-heritage-randy-edmonds/
- Oct. 28
- By Jean Guerrero
Drought-damaged avocado trees and farmworker strikes mean fewer and more expensive avocados in San Diego.
- Oct. 12
- By Rebecca Romani
Women directors are dominating the screen in the closing days of the festival.
It started as a one-man show at Seattle Repertory Theatre and has since evolved into a three-person comic book rock musical now on stage at Diversionary Theatre.
- Oct. 4
- By City News Service
Family friendly deals at more than 110 local hotels, restaurants and attractions will continue throughout the month of October as part of the San Diego Tourism Authority's Kids Free San Diego promotion.
- Sept. 28
- By Jean Guerrero
Jama Mohamed, who researches mental health issues in San Diego's community of East Africans, says grief, trauma and fear may have collided in an encounter with police.
The playhouse strives to showcase female playwrights and plays with dynamic women characters. Its current production "Peerless" offers a reimagining of Shakespeare’s "Macbeth."
- Sept. 22
- By Andrew Bowen
The area has been described as a “food desert,” where fresh produce is hard to find. Residents working to change that are encountering an unexpected barrier: cars that drive too fast.
- Sept. 16
- By Beth Accomando
The seventh annual Horrible Imaginings Film Festival wrapped this past Sunday. Here are interviews with filmmakers from around the globe who came.
A rally is scheduled for Saturday across the street from Belmont Park in Mission Beach.