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Balboa Park's Museum Of Photographic Arts Reopens Friday With New Exhibits

April 16
By City News Service

The museum opened its doors to welcome a new exhibition embracing the creative nature of young talent.

San Diego jazz pianist Joshua White in an undat...

Influential: Joshua White's (Local) Playlist

April 15
By Harrison Patiño , Julia Dixon Evans

San Diego jazz pianist Joshua White gives us a playlist of impactful local musicians, and talks to us about working with each. Settle in for some jazz, some stories and a glimpse into the life of a performer during the pandemic.

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San Diego Weekend Art Events: Holly Hofmann, Tatiana Ortiz-Rubio, Adrien Couvrat, Julia Alvarez And T.Jay Santa Ana

April 15
By Julia Dixon Evans

Our weekend arts picks include ElectricLouieLand's Anthology Series, Quint ONE, Ariel Quartet, BLK Box, Art Produce and a new massive, outdoor mural at Bread and Salt.

Art Exhibition Shares Portraits, Stories Of The Unsheltered In Oceanside

April 15
By Julia Dixon Evans, Tania Thorne

'Stories from the Street' exhibition and expo at Hill Street Country Club shares portraits and stories of its most immediate neighbors, with a week of programming and services addressing homelessness.

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Port Of Entry Podcast: How One Border Family Is Using Their COVID-19 Tragedy To Reach Others

April 14
By Kinsee Morlan

In a new episode of “Port of Entry,” a podcast from KPBS and PRX, the Covarrubiases share their family’s battle with COVID-19 in hopes that their story might help other families like theirs rebuild trust in their families AND in the public health system that’s trying to reach them.

Tease photo for San Diego Opera Brings 'Barber Of Sev...

San Diego Opera Brings 'Barber Of Seville' To Drive-In

April 13
By Beth Accomando

San Diego Opera is staging two outdoor drive-in shows this month: the first is its annual One Amazing Night concert and the second is the comic opera "The Barber of Seville." Both will be drive-in events at the Pechanga Sports Arena parking lot.

The backdrop for Art Produce's Poetry Soapbox s...

The Cartography Of Poetry At Art Produce

April 13
By Julia Dixon Evans

Art Produce poet-in-residence Catherine Kineavy brings Julia Alvarez to local audiences, as well as public workshops and a poetry soapbox video series with local artists and performers.

People exit an AMC theater Saturday, March 14, ...

Female Protagonists Declined Significantly In 2020 Films, SDSU Professor Finds

April 13
By City News Service

The percentage of top-grossing films featuring female protagonists dropped from 40% in 2019 to 29% in 2020, according to the latest "It's a Man's (Celluloid) World" report released Tuesday by the Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film at San Diego State University.

The Shell, San Diego Symphony's new state of th...

San Diego Symphony Prepares To Open 'The Shell'

April 13
By John Carroll

It was supposed to open last year, but then the pandemic hit. Now, the San Diego Symphony is preparing to open its spectacular new waterfront venue, The Shell.

Bystanders gather outside the Cinerama Dome mov...

California's ArcLight And Pacific Theaters To Close For Good

April 13
Lindsey Bahr / Associated Press

Hollywood’s theatrical business may be slowly rebounding but for some exhibitors the last year has been catastrophic. Pacific Theaters, which operates some 300 screens in California, including the beloved ArcLight theaters and the historic Cinerama Dome in Hollywood, said Monday that it will not be reopening.

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