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  • Meet Kata Pierce-Morgan, Fringe artist and owner of Les Girls.
  • This scaled down live theatre festival means you can actually see all 19 shows in 11 days!
  • This weekend in the arts: Georgia O'Keeffe and Henry Moore at San Diego Museum of Art; "Good Natured" at the downtown library; Thirty years of genre books at Mysterious Galaxy; new (and closing) exhibits at Bread and Salt; Broadway's "1776"; City Ballet's "Alice in Wonderland"; and Prebys Play Days at Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego.
  • The American freeway is born during a time of boundless optimism for the automobile … how did we not see the dark side?
  • Austin Dean Ashford won Best of Fringe in 2018 and returns to spread message of diversity and inclusivity.
  • The inaugural San Diego EarthFest, presented by Vegan Food Popup, will feature over 100 eco-friendly food, product and service vendors, as well as environmental, conservation and animal rescue groups. The event is being sponsored by Brain Excel Neurofeedback, Dr. Bronner’s, Guayakí, Local Roots Kombucha, MyStage, The San Diego Metropolitan Transit System, Seva Foods and V-dog.Several dozen non-profit groups will be onsite with information booths, such as Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, CAFT, GRID Alternatives San Diego, Global Conservation Force, Vegan Justice and Project Clean Water, Kind Heart Coalition, Urban Corps of San Diego County and PlantDiego. The event schedule will provide a full lineup of entertainment, featuring speakers, cooking demonstrations and live music, as well as family-friendly games.This event will be held on the expansive lawn located at Park Boulevard and Presidents Way.This event is family-friendly and dog-friendly with free parking available. This is a zero-waste event. A portion of profits will be donated to local non-profit groups.San Diego EarthFest on Facebook
  • Research has consistently found that criminalizing homelessness only makes it harder for people to find housing, perpetuating the problem and increasing the cost to taxpayers.
  • Celebrate #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth with Mental Wellness for Artists (MWA) and friends on Saturday, May 13 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the world-renowned brewery, educational facility, and cultural hub, Mujeres Brew House!Enjoy:• Free mental health information resources• Access to mental health professionals Rebecca Arevalo, MFT, Rachelle Archer, M.A., and Ana Ruth, M.A., AMFT• Free laughter yoga session led by the founder of Listen SD and MWA leader, Rachel Frank• Mental health art exhibition featuring Luz Maria Clayton, Kate, Pitangawang, and V• Nutritious and delicious eats for sale by Nando's Hot Box and Barra Cruda Cevicheria• Zine-Making Station led by MWA leader, Lindsay Lauters Miller• Interactive community partner booths• Mental health merchandise by Amethyst Nymph Gems and artist, curator, and author, Jennifer Cooksey• High Five Community Conversation led by Rebecca Arevalo, MFT, William Nericcio, PhD, RaiiN Ali, Ellyse Briand, Mensah Bey, MFA, Kamaal Martin, and MWA's founder, Blanca Lucia Bergman, MBA (see #mwahighfive on IG for details)Tell a friend!Stay Connected with Mujeres Brew House! Facebook & Instagram
  • for opening day reception Saturday May 13, 2023, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Special Vinyl DJ set by Nick Lesley, light refreshments will also be provided. Free 2hr parking available with validation.The laws of Nature are not separate from us. They are not a mysterious other; distant and intangible. At a time when vast amounts of scientific data are sounding the alarms of our current poly-crisis (ecology, economy, energy, and equity), our collective experiences implore us to reconsider our environmental impact and the need for reciprocity. Good Natured challenges us to act in this contingent world and ponders the question what it is to be both the problem and the solution. Explored paradoxically, literally, ironically, and playfully, Good Natured artists make direct interventions; imaginative and unruly, others certain and precise. Manifested in various approaches and materials including painting, sculpture, textile, mixed media, and digital works, the exhibition provides a multisensory and immersive experience that challenges us to see nature and ourselves as sources of regeneration. A catharsis in an age of paralysis. Gallery Hours:Monday and Tuesday, 1 p.m. – 7 p.m.Wednesday – Saturday, 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.Sunday, 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.Curated by Bonnie R. Domingos and featuring works by Trevor Amery, Stephanie Bedwell, Taylor Chapin, Mariah Armstrong-Conner, Aaron Glasson, Sofia V. Gonzales, Judit Hersko, Bianca Juarez, Timothy Murdoch, Margaret Noble, Terri Hughes-Oelrich, Catherine Ruane, Tatiana Ortiz-Rubio, and Ruth Wallen.
  • San Diego’s finest chefs and the local community will come together to support the children of Casa de Amparo at Meet the Chefs, a spectacular food and wine event.Meet the Chefs is an exquisite culinary experience offering guests unlimited samples of signature tastings crafted by chefs from over a dozen premier and local restaurants. An extensive selection of complimentary wine, beer, and champagne will also be served. Participating restaurants and chefs include:Chef Mary Platis, from Ethos CulinaryCoastalKITCHEN at the Hilton Del MarD'liteful ChocolatDolce Pane E VinoFood By Chef TyLutchi and MaryPamplemousse GrilleThe Privateer Coal Fire PizzaTommy V's Urban KitchenVista Valley Country Club...with more to come!The Hilton Del Mar is a beautiful atmosphere to enjoy an afternoon of fantastic food, wine, auction bidding, and opportunity drawings. For more information on the event, contact Bella Latrach at (760) 566-3559.ADMISSION | $150-$250The VIP reception will be held from 12:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m. and the main event from 1:30 p.m. – 4 p.m. Tickets are available for $150 for general admission or $250 for VIP access and can be purchased here. Stay Connected on Social Media!Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
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