A little sewing shop in Barrio Logan launched the dreams of an entrepreneur and a brand as unique as its creator.
Author Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai will be in San Diego on Tuesday to discuss her new novel about Amerasian children born and abandoned during the Vietnam War.
The bill by Democratic state Sen. Nancy Skinner would not let California extradite doctors who are facing charges in another state for providing abortion medication.
If you missed the festival, you can still seek out some films
The Aztec women’s basketball team is doing something special Friday in their hometown that hasn’t happened in 10 years.
Women are still earning less than their male counterparts more than 20 years after Equal Pay Day was launched.
KPBS Midday Edition is producing a panel discussion on menopause and we want to include your experiences and your questions in the conversation.
Former anchor claims victory in her discrimination lawsuit against KUSI; station says it will appealA superior court jury awarded Sandra Maas $1.5 million following a verdict against her former employer.
March 8 is International Women's Day and many have gathered downtown to show their support for women in Iran.
From demands for constitutional rights in Islamabad to calls for economic equity in Manila and Paris, International Women’s Day demonstrations in cities around the world are highlighting the unfinished work of providing equity for half of the planet’s population.
Sign up for our newsletters!
Keep up with all the latest news, arts and culture, and TV highlights from KPBS.
LATEST IN PODCASTS
LATEST IN EVENTS
LATEST IN TV HIGHLIGHTS
- Private opulence, public squalor: How the U.S. helps the rich and hurts the poor
- New San Diego-based pageant seeks 'Miss California Extraordinaire'
- Formerly homeless man gets people housed and off the streets in Chula Vista
- March Madness brackets are all busted, but the Sweet 16 beckons
- Sinkhole wreaking havoc in Cardiff neighborhood