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Reading of Terror! Apr 25, 2015 An evening of readings from States of Terror Vol. 1 featuring Ryan Bradford, Hanna Tawater, Rachel Taylor, Jim Ruland, Julia Evans, and more. 103 other events on Saturday, April 25
 
Cocktail Tales
Jackson Milgaten incorporates classics and finds from his travels
Seen Local
The second in our series on the artists awarded grants through the Creative Catalyst Fund
Nibbles | Food & drink
MEAT San Diego event with Dona Esthela and Javier Plascencia
North Fork
Popular Carlsbad spot has its own farm
Well, That Was Awkward
Local cat dad indulges feline feelings at San Diego's first kitty coffee shop

 

 
 
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Tuesday, March 10,2015
Arts & Culture feature

Change in the golden age of podcasting

KPBS Explore project reflects the evolving art of public media

By Kinsee Morlan
As the director of programming for both KPBS radio and television, John Decker is the guy to either blame or thank for switching up your local public-media-consumption routine.
Monday, March 9,2015
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San Diego Foundation's Creative Catalyst Fund winners are hard at work

The first in our series on the visual artists awarded grants through the program

By Kinsee Morlan
The San Diego Foundation in January announced this year's batch of Creative Catalyst Fund winners. The program granted 10 local creatives $20,000 to pair up with local nonprofits and execute an original project.
Tuesday, March 3,2015
Art & Culture

City Ballet's live-music programming on hiatus

The company's orchestra hits a 'bump in the road'

By Kinsee Morlan

 Just two weeks prior to City Ballet of San Diego's upcoming "Balanchine Spectacular," members of the City Ballet Orchestra were told that the company would have to cut the popular live-music component at this year's performances. 

Tuesday, March 3,2015
Arts & Culture feature

FoundationForForm’s hands-on urban infill

Rising stars of San Diego's architect-as-developer movement mind the little details

By Kinsee Morlan
Standing in the central courtyard of the new North Park Post Office Lofts mixed-use development, the scene is reminiscent of M.C. Escher's famed "Relativity" print depicting several zigzagging sets of gravity-defying staircases.
Monday, March 2,2015
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Los Angeles street art is coming to Carlsbad

Bryan Snyder curates a rotating outdoor urban canvas featuring works by big-name muralists

By Kinsee Morlan
Bryan Snyder cut his teeth in the Los Angeles street-art scene, eventually working his way up to being dubbed the 2012 "Los Angeles Street Artist of the Year" by the formerly thriving, now-defunct urban-art website Melrose and Fairfax.
Monday, March 2,2015
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Wikipedia’s women problem

Organizers of the Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon in San Diego have a lot of work to do

By Kinsee Morlan
A 2011 survey looking at Wikipedia editors found that less than 13 percent of the online encyclopedia's contributors are women.
Tuesday, February 24,2015
Arts & Culture feature

San Diego African American Museum of Fine Art lives on

Museum-without-walls rolls carefully into its second year of revival

By Kinsee Morlan
Gaidi Finnie's the chief operating officer at Bayview Baptist Church, but he has a long background in the arts. He spent a few years at a fine-art gallery in La Jolla before moving to the Museum of Photographic Arts, where he eventually became the director. 
Monday, February 23,2015
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Sparks Gallery to inject art into the Gaslamp

Fine-art gallery opens March 1 with a big bill of San Diego artists

By Kinsee Morlan
After more than a year-and-a-half worth of construction and rehabilitation projects, Sparks Gallery is finally ready for its big reveal.
Monday, February 23,2015
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Meet our cover artist, Aaron Glasson

Surrealist painter makes the natural environment and its inhabitants more interesting

By Kinsee Morlan
Artist Aaron Glasson often reimagines the natural world as a neon-colored magical land where almost anything can happen. 
Tuesday, February 17,2015
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Sam Ballard says he’s ready to give up on North Park

And he’ll be taking his artsy activism project with him

By Kinsee Morlan
Last week, an outdoor art piece by Sam Ballard that's mounted in the parking lot behind Tobacco Rhoda's bar in North Park was vandalized.
 
 
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