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Los Angeles-based artist Beatriz Cortez is the ...

Artist Beatriz Cortez Moves Mountains

Jan. 27
By Julia Dixon Evans

An outdoor, changing exhibition from Lux Art Institute's new artist-in-residence explores lost language, mountains, transformations and migrations — and a short hike too.

Cloris Leachman. She has won more Emmy awards t...

Cloris Leachman, TV's 'Phyllis,' Dies At 94 In Encinitas

Jan. 27
By City News Service

Cloris Leachman, the prolific actress of stage and screen best known for her role as Phyllis Lindstrom on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and its short-lived spinoff "Phyllis," died in her sleep of natural causes at the age of 94, her manager said Wednesday.

Jean Isaacs, dancer, choreographer, instructor ...

In Retirement, Jean Isaacs Steps Back

Jan. 27
By Julia Dixon Evans

Creator of Trolley Dances and longtime artistic director of San Diego Dance Theater is set to retire this month after 24 years with the company.

San Diego artist Amel Janae opens

San Diego Weekend Arts Events: SDMA+, Swish Projects, 'Taxilandia' And 'From Ashes'

Jan. 21
By Julia Dixon Evans

Our weekend arts and culture picks include a new Digital WOW production, Amel Janae's solo exhibition, a group show at Thumbprint, and Icelandic contemporary music paired with Ana de Alvear's art.

Tease photo for Port Of Entry Podcast: Tijuana Booste...

Port Of Entry Podcast: Tijuana Booster Grapples With His Relationship With The City

Jan. 20
By Kinsee Morlan

Today on “Port of Entry,” we continue our series of cross-border love stories with a former Tijuana booster who grapples with his relationship with the city as it continues to suffer from record-breaking violence and other problems he can no longer ignore.

In the 2019 installment of The Old Globe's Powe...

The Old Globe's Powers New Voices Festival Champions Fresh Perspective

Jan. 20
By Julia Dixon Evans

A 2,500-year-old art form can (and must) still learn new tricks.

Tease photo for 'Promising Young Woman' Marks Promisi...

'Promising Young Woman' Marks Promising Feature Debut Of Director Emerald Fennell

Jan. 20
By Beth Accomando

"Promising Young Woman" marks the feature directing debut of Emerald Fennell and it has already garnered praise and awards. The film is playing at the South Bay Drive-In and is now streaming on platforms like Amazon.

San Diego Musician, blues man Tomcat Courtney

Remembering San Diego Blues Legend Tomcat Courtney

Jan. 18
By Kurt Kohnen, Maureen Cavanaugh, Megan Burke

Courtney went from Texas cotton fields to a three-ring circus, and along that road he found the music that sustained his life. The award-winning bluesman and staple on the San Diego music scene died this month at age 91.

Rafael Payare conducts at Copley Symphony Hall ...

Pandemic Profile: San Diego Symphony CEO On Making It Through The Era Of COVID-19

Jan. 18
By John Carroll

How is one of San Diego's major arts organizations surviving during the pandemic? We find out in a conversation with San Diego Symphony CEO Martha Gilmer.

Visitors walk toward Sleeping Beauty's Castle a...

Disneyland Ends Annual Passes 10 Months After Virus Closure

Jan. 14
By Associated Press

The park in Anaheim, California, said Thursday it would begin issuing pro-rated refunds to eligible passholders. Disney officials would not say how many people hold these passes.

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