Molly and James Enos are activist architects, which might make a little more sense if you’ve seen The Periscope Project, the two-story shipping-container studios and gallery on 16th Street near J Street in East Village.
Since May, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD) has been hosting informal meetings with the founders of several local art collectives, and it’s evolved into a collaborative project dubbed Think Tank.
In 1910, when Bankers Hill and Middletown were interchangeable names for the neighborhood north of Downtown and west of Balboa Park, a massive craftsman home was built for Frederick Bleeker Jackson and his wife, Mary.
As I searched for an eatery to write about this week, I was shocked to discover that one of my favorite restaurants in San Diego has yet to be covered by traditional media in more than just a two-line mention.
From the walls of the art gallery at Southwestern College, 21 sets of eyes appear focused on artist Neil Shigley as he points to one portrait and then another, referring to subjects by first name and describing the circumstances under which he met them.