Mia Francesca In San Diego To Host Art Event To Benefit ArtReach

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(Photo Credit: ArtReach)

ArtReach is a San Diego based non-profit organization that empowers young people through art. They believe that art opens the door to never-ending possibilities and teaches young people to think critically and originally. They also believe that every child should have the opportunity to make art despite budget cuts and […]

San Diego Asian Film Festival 2013


14th San Diego Asian Film Festival (Photo Credit: SDAFF artwork)

The 14th annual San Diego Asian Film Festival is coming up November 7-16th. This spectacular event takes place as part of the Pacific Arts Movement, a non-profit media arts organization. Amazing talent is going to be portrayed among many different exhibits with an […]

San Diego Weekend Guide: October 11-13, 2013

San Diego is still sizzlin’ and this weekend is no exception! Lather on some sun block, and enjoy the southern California sun while supporting these incredible charities around the city. Enjoy!

Saturday, October 12

La Jolla Art & Wine Festival

The 5th Annual La Jolla Art & Wine Festival gets ready for its […]

San Diego Weekend Guide: August 2 – 4, 2013


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Saturday, August 3

Art a la Carte at Aventine

Every first Saturday in the summer, Art a la Carte hosts a free, all-ages event to celebrate artistic and culinary talents. Aventine and ArtWalk San Diego are teaming up to put on this Saturday’s pop-up showcase, presenting select works of ArtHatch, […]

San Diego Junior Theatre Honors Gala

San Diego Events May 4

The San Diego Junior Theatre will hold its 2012-2013 Junior Theatre Honors Gala on Saturday, May 4, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. at the Casa de Prado Theatre. San Diego Junior Theatre will honor alumni achievement and distinguished service. All of the honorees are nominated by peers and community and have all served and participated […]

Art A La Carte Presented By The Aventine La Jolla

Aventine Art a la Carte

(Photo credit: The Aventine website)

You’ll want a little of everything on the menu at the Aventine’s first Art a la Carte this Sunday, April 7, 2013. Sure to draw art lovers and foodies alike, this intimate street festival-inspired event previews select artists and performers slated to appear at the Mission Federal and […]

Recap: San Diego Opera’s Cruzar La Cara De La Luna

Mr. Brandon Casillas-Figueroa, Dr. John Cutrone, Lorena Figueroa, Dr. Maryam Davodi-Far and Mr. John Davodi enjoying an evening at the San Diego Opera.

The San Diego Opera recently debuted the world’s first mariachi opera. The sold out event was incredible. The world renowned Mariachi Vargas of Tecalitlan enhanced the opera by reminding the audience why they are the best in the world. Cruzar la Cara de la Luna welcomed the audience to seventy-five minutes of beautiful music […]

February Is Museum Month In San Diego

Image courtesy of the San Diego Museum Council

You appreciate the tranquility of a blossoming garden. Your husband is obsessed with naval aviation, and the kids? Well, if only there was a way to even temporarily quell the questions that confirm that you are not, in fact, smarter than a fifth grader.

(Photo Credit: The Birch Aquarium)

However, you are a […]

Evening At The Mingei Museum In Celebration Of Looking South — Mirando Al Sur Exhibit

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If the grey and overcast skies, of our normally sunny San Diego are getting you down, sneak in some south of the border fun with, “Looking South – Mirando Al Sur,” at the Mingei Museum, Friday, April 27, 2012. The museum, located in Balboa Park, will host an early evening of art, music and […]

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition At The San Diego Natural History Museum

Photo credit: Shawna Nadelman

Though Rose and Jack weren’t amongst the dozens of “passengers” that accompanied me along my maiden voyage aboard The San Diego Natural History Museum’s Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, somehow my heart found a way to go on…

This April will commemorate the centennial anniversary of the Titanic’s sinking and as an homage, the San […]

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