The “Up” series has become one of the most expansive and revealing film projects, literally documenting the totality of life in real time.

“I try to make fun of all of us, for the human foibles that have gotten us into the trouble we seem to be in in our country,” Nick Offerman says about his live show, which comes to the Balboa Theatre on Saturday, December 14.

Thompson Square will perform during the free “Reviverfest” with Tenille Arts and Aaron Goodvin at 8 p.m. Saturday, December 14, at Tin Roof San Diego.

Cannabis consumers should be rightly concerned about the health issues swirling around vaping cannabis oil. Thankfully, though the industry lacks significant regulation and oversight, there are many industry-spearheaded safety measures and stopgaps.

San Diego-based heavy metal group As I Lay Dying is back together and returning to its hometown for a show with After the Burial and Emmure at Soma.

Actor/musician Kiefer Sutherland says both of his occupations are related, as they're both ways to tell stories.

From Mark Diamond to Kizomba Bootcamp, check out these 15 local events this week.

Edwin Decker is not a licensed therapist and shows no regard for the field. The theories he proposes are undoubtedly pulled from his arse and we do not recommend following his advice. You have been warned.

In “Frozen II”—directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee—Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Kristoff and Sven go on their biggest adventure yet.

“Marriage Story” is a gripping divorce drama with simple, clean visuals; a pleasant score from Randy Newman; great performances; and excellent writing that approaches its subject with a great deal of wit.

Here are the CannaBitch picks for this year's best holiday gifts for cannabis lovers.

The San Diego-born Jason Scheff has landed his “dream job, ”celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' "The White Album" with the “It Was Fifty Years Ago Today Tour,” which comes to The Magnolia on Sunday, December 8.

Neon Trees will perform as part of Alt 949's “Not So Silent Night” on Sunday, December 8.

German pop singer Kim Petras says fans should expect to hear plenty of cuts from “Turn Off the Light,” as well as others from “Clarity,” when she comes to the Observatory North Park for a sold-out show on Sunday, December 8.

Greyson Chance will return to San Diego to play the House of Blues on Thursday, December 5.

The black-and-white photographs of C. Fodoreanu's exhibit, “street smart,” collectively filled the room with a powerful tone: the stories of seven children from Southern California's suburban streets.

Yes, holiday shopping can truly be a nightmare, but why make it any more difficult than it needs to be? We say, skip all the above and make it simple this year by staying local.

For 136 minutes, “Waves” tells us exactly how to feel at all times, shoving empty images and obvious moral lessons down the audience's throat with reckless abandon.

Gordon Hirabayashi's remarkable story comes to life in the San Diego Repertory Theatre's one-person staging of Jeanne Sakata's “Hold These Truths.”

From The 1975 to Illenium, barbecue and craft beer, check out these 15 local events this week.

Mariscos Rubén seems to be a place for gringos rather than locals. While the prices are well within the command of tourists, they're distinctly higher than most south of the border.

Back home, there were some notable Santa queries. San Diego, as no one has ever said, never disappoints! Check out a sampling from this year's crop of yuletide yearnings.

On Wednesday, November 20, the House Judiciary Committee approved a bill that would federally decriminalize cannabis. Called the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act of 2019, it passed 24-10 after a lively two-hour debate.

Plain White T's is looking forward to coming to the warmer weather of San Diego, when it hits House of Blues with The Mowgli's and New Politics on “The 3-Dimensional Tour” on Saturday, November 30.

“All Mirrors” is a personal album, diving deep into self-reflection. However, Angel Olsen doesn't believe the meaning of the album title is all that deep.

The Maine's "The Mirror Tour"—including Friday, November 29, at The Observatory North Park—will feature new visuals, audio components and fan experiences.

When Jason Mewes brings his costar Kevin Smith to the Balboa Theatre on Wednesday, December 4 for the “Jay and Silent Bob Reboot Roadshow,” he hopes for one thing—to be entertaining.

From The Maine to vegan vendors, CBD sellers and "Friends" trivia, check out these 15 local events this week.

Edwin Decker is not a licensed therapist. Frankly you'd have to be nuts to take his advice. Don't say we didn't warn you.

Order well and you can still enjoy some good dim sum at Emerald Chinese Seafood Restaurant.

“Cambodian Rock Band” is a stirring work of theater that comes along not nearly enough.

From chocolate tasting to Puerto Rican reggaeton singer Bad Bunny, check out these 15 local events this week.

Simple Plan, We the Kings and State Champs, along with Northbound, play Soma on Saturday, November 23, in what Simple Plan drummer Chuck Comeau dubbed a “mini Warped Tour festival.”

One of the greatest challenges in the emerging legal cannabis industry is the issue of regulation and quality control.

The Get Up Kids will perform a sold-out show at Soda Bar on Saturday, November 23.

Comedian Jim Breuer comes to The Observatory North Park at 8 p.m. Wednesday, November 27.

“Just Another Tuesday,” a film loosely based on Aaron Stark, will debut for free to the public on Friday, November 22, at the Museum of Photographic Arts in Balboa Park.

“Synonyms” (opening Friday, November 22, at the Ken Cinema) frames its protagonist's shifting identity around multiple genre constructs, including riveting musical interludes, blasts of slapstick comedy, and war film iconography.

Ariel Levine is still staying away from the stage, but he's releasing singles every two months. The first, “If This Isn't Me,” hit streaming platforms on October 22, and is accompanied by a music video directed by local filmmaker Grant Reinero.