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San Diego Weekend Arts Events: 'Say It Loud,' Wagner New Play Festival, Young Choreographers And Mainly Mozart

June 10
By Julia Dixon Evans

Our weekend arts picks include the launch of a theater-centric Juneteenth festival, brand new plays you can listen to on Spotify, outdoor dance from emerging choreographers and Mozart under the stars.

San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Cataphant, Word Up, Zlatomir Fung, Mindanao Dance And Music, Trolley Dances And Omar Pimienta

June 3
By Julia Dixon Evans

This weekend in the arts: Cataphant at Swish Projects, Word Up in-person, cello virtuoso Zlatomir Fung livestream, folk performance from the Philippines, Trolley Dances and Omar Pimienta at Lux.

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5 Songs To Discover In San Diego In June

June 2
By Julia Dixon Evans

Discover new music from bands in the region, including 10-19 and the Number Men, Accidents, The Verigolds, Maura Rosa and Satanic Puppeteer Orchestra.

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The Parker Edison Project: Underground Media Makers And What Inspires Them

June 2
Kurt Kohnen and Parker Edison

In a new episode of the "The Parker Edison Project" podcast, Parker explores the media landscape beyond news and social media and speaks with a photographer who does everything from album covers to popular movies, a professor of history who produces a podcast and a musician who argues that music is the foundation of all art forms.

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San Diego Weekend Arts Events: 'The Bridge,' 'Pick Me Last,' 'The Great Indian Kitchen,' 'Harawi' And 'Measurements Of Progress'

May 27
By Julia Dixon Evans

Our weekend arts picks: Malashock Dance outdoors, new Indian film screening with Chitra Gopalakrishnan's exhibition, UCSD MFA closing reception, an AAPI group show, Project [BLANK]'s latest and La Jolla Playhouse's POP Tour.

San Diego Weekend Arts Events: 'Other Times, Other Places,' SD Master Chorale, 'What's That Sound,' Amir H. Fallah And 'Constellations'

May 20
By Julia Dixon Evans

Our weekend arts picks include outdoor performances by San Diego Dance Theater and SD Master Chorale, a new filmed play at Coronado Playhouse, Lux Art Institute's outgoing regional artist-in-residence and a (virtual) first show from The Shell.

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The Parker Edison Project: A Lens Into The Minds Of Two San Diego Filmmakers

May 19
By Kurt Kohnen and KPBS Public Media / Parker Edison

In a new episode of the KPBS Explore podcast "The Parker Edison Project," you’ll meet two San Diego-based directors, Ben Johnson and Bill Perrine, and learn more about host Parker Edison's longtime love of film. Plus, rapper King Dice hosts a new episode of the recurring segment, "Movies Millennials Should Movie."

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Los Romeros Celebrate 60th Anniversary With Livestream Concert

May 18
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh, Pat Finn

One of San Diego County's most famous classical music groups, Los Romeros, will perform a 60th anniversary concert on Sunday. It will be livestreamed from the Belly Up in Solana Beach.

San Diego Symphony CEO Martha Gilmer addresses ...

San Diego Symphony's New Outdoor Venue Gets An Official Name

May 13
By John Carroll

The San Diego Symphony announced on Thursday their new outdoor venue will be named The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park. The Radys and the Jacobs were on hand for an event at the venue.

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San Diego Weekend Arts Events: 'Marking Time,' 'Paths Converge,' A Pop-Up Concert, A New Nite Market And 'Raymonda'

May 13
By Julia Dixon Evans

This weekend, the Athenaeum, Hausmann Quartet, Project [BLANK] and Good Faith Gallery all have in-person art and culture offerings, plus a virtual ballet production from City Ballet.

San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Bach, Steamrollers, Barrio Art Crawl And Live Rock

May 6
By Julia Dixon Evans

Our San Diego weekend arts picks include four events in one at Bread and Salt, a Bach Collegium online concert, a drive-thru steamroller printmaking exhibition, and Carrie Feller and D.WREX at Sycamore Den.

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5 Songs To Discover In San Diego In May

May 5
By Julia Dixon Evans

Discover new music from San Diego acts, including Vákoum, Kahlil Nash, Kori Gillis, Francisco Eme and a new video from The Strawberry Moons, plus a bonus live music show alert (!) with Carrie Feller and D.WREX.

Jasmine Rafael and Ala Tiatia perform in the da...

San Diego Weekend Arts Events: 'Toward Belonging,' Drive-In Opera LOLs, 'Crying In H-Mart,' And Exhibitions Closing Soon

April 29
By Julia Dixon Evans

This weekend in the arts: A dance film commissioned by the La Jolla Playhouse, "The Barber of Seville" drive-in, virtual Mission Creek Festival, Domestic Geographies open house and more art exhibitions closing soon.

Mexicali-based band Silent is pictured in an un...

Mexicali Band Silent Releases 'Modern Hate'

April 28
By Julia Dixon Evans

Mexicali-based Silent's new full-length album "Modern Hate" was first inspired by hateful rhetoric surrounding construction of the US-Mexico wall. The album, out now on Three One G records, tackles the toxicity of hate with a powerful goth-punk beauty.

San Diego's Bluestocking Books, pictured in an ...

San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Book Crawl, 'The Mountaintop,' UC San Diego MFAs, Drive-In Opera And QRT.yrd Jazz

April 22
By Julia Dixon Evans

This weekend in the arts: Independent Bookstore Day, The Roustabouts Theatre, "Measurements of Progress," "The Barber of Seville" drive-in opera and pianist Christian Sands.