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San Diego Opera Stages Drive-In 'La Bohème' This Weekend

Oct. 15
By Beth Accomando

Live opera is back but with a twist. San Diego Opera will be staging "La Bohème" in the parking lot of Pechanga Arena San Diego next week. Here's what you can expect.

PGK Dance Project takes the virtual stage with ...

San Diego Weekend Arts Events: #SaveOurStages, PGK Dance, Drive-Thru Art, Oceanside Culture And More

Oct. 15
By Julia Dixon Evans

Our picks for the arts and culture this weekend include the San Diego International Film Festival, live music, a lot of drive-in experiences, Oceanside's vibrant culture, virtual dance and plenty more.

Jean Lowe's new site-specific installation at Q...

Artist Jean Lowe Plays With Depictions Of Women

Oct. 15
By Julia Dixon Evans

A new site-specific installation at Quint ONE, "POW!" is a conceptual look at the portrayals of women in art as "all nostrils and teeth and boobs."

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Port Of Entry Podcast: The Black Lives Matter Movement Is Crossing The Border

Oct. 14
By Kinsee Morlan

In Tijuana, the Black Lives Matter movement is taking root. And in a new episode of the KPBS podcast "Port of Entry," host Alan Lilienthal profiles some of the people behind the Black Lives Matter movement at the border.

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Rad Scientist Podcast: Lessons On Environmental Science And The Complex Relationship Of Blackness In STEM

Oct. 14
Margot Wohl

When you ask Dr. Chandler Puritty who she is, she’ll give you many answers: Ecologist, social justice advocate, plant lover, cat mother, artist, psychic medium. To learn more about Puritty’s journey and other Black scientists, listen to the latest episode of "Rad Scientist," a KPBS Explore podcast that makes the scientist the subject.

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'Bad Wolves' Is A New Single From Jason Mraz, Rebecca Jade, Veronica May And Miki Vale

Oct. 13
By Julia Dixon Evans

The collaboration features local musicians, dancers and producers and sends a strong message about systemic racism and toxicity in power.

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Welcome To The Blumhouse Anthology Film Series Launches Online And In Theaters

Oct. 10
By Beth Accomando

Welcome to the Blumhouse is an anthology series from Blumhouse Productions offering feature length films in theaters as well as online. The first two offerings are "Black Box" and "The Lie."

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New Documentary 'Time' Argues For More Just, Compassionate Future

Oct. 9
By Beth Accomando

Garrett Bradley's documentary "Time" (now playing at newly reopened Landmark's Hillcrest Cinemas) looks to one woman’s fight for the release of her husband who is serving a 60-year sentence in prison.

San Onofre, Memories of a Legendary Surfing Bea...

History Of San Onofre's Legendary Surfing Beach Remembered

Oct. 8
By Alison St John, Brooke Ruth

San Onofre is one of the legendary surf beaches of the world. A 1,500 page book, filled with pictures and mementos, brings its history and culture to life.

San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Living Room Play Festival, Trash Lamb Gallery, FilAmFest And More

Oct. 8
By Julia Dixon Evans

This weekend in San Diego arts, celebrate the pandemic Zoom play phenomenon, take in a dance film, check out a brand new South Park art space, discover new literature and so much more.