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“Celebrate” At The Old Globe Gala

| July 3, 2021 | 0 Comments
“Celebrate” At The Old Globe Gala

The Old Globe is back and ready to party! Celebrate is the theme of the 2021 Globe Gala, to be held on Saturday, September 25 in support of the theatre’s arts engagement and artistic programs and in salute of all the generous philanthropists who have supported the Globe during its 15 months of closure. Globe Board members Jennifer Greenfield and Sheryl White serve as […]

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Immersive Komodo Kingdom and Rare Hummingbird Experience Now Open

| July 3, 2021 | 0 Comments
Immersive Komodo Kingdom and Rare Hummingbird Experience Now Open

San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance’s commitment to inspire people to become wildlife allies was emphasized this morning as San Diego Zoo officials and San Diego City Council President Pro Tem Stephen Whitburn unveiled two brand-new habitats. With a crowd of invited guests and members of the press, Zoo officials and Whitburn cut the ribbon opening […]

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Summer In San Diego

| July 3, 2021 | 0 Comments
Summer In San Diego

Summer is in full swing and there has never been a better time to explore San Diego and all that it has to offer.  School is out for summer and Arts District Liberty Station’s summer camps are in full swing for all ages and interests. Summer camps include If I Was a Bird Yoga for […]

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Taste of Little Italy Returns with a Fresh New Style

| June 5, 2021 | 0 Comments
Taste of Little Italy Returns with a Fresh New Style

Foodies start making plans for Little Italy’s 13th Annual Taste of Little Italy.  To prepare for new guidance regarding the reopening California, Taste will now be held over two days, from 4 p.m. to 8 pm., Tuesday, June 22 and Wednesday, June 23. Attendees will be able to take in the summer air while walking […]

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ArtWalk to Debut New Summer Series in Little Italy

| June 5, 2021 | 0 Comments
ArtWalk to Debut New Summer Series in Little Italy

ArtWalk Little Italy Summer Series announces its debut in Little Italy beginning Sunday, June 27 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Taking place at the Piazza della Famiglia, located at 523 W. Date Street, and the adjacent block W. Date Street, each one-day show will include thirty select artists exhibiting their stunning works of art. The event […]

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North Coast Repertory Theatre Presents “Becoming Dr. Ruth”

| June 5, 2021 | 0 Comments
North Coast Repertory Theatre Presents “Becoming Dr. Ruth”

Most know Ruth K. Westheimer as Dr. Ruth, the extraordinary sex educator who empowered millions across the globe to claim their own sexual pleasure and fulfillment. Few know the whole story of losing her family in the Holocaust, her emigration to Israel where she became a sniper for the Haganah, or the complex personal journey […]

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Father’s Day, Graduations and Summer Fun at Liberty Station

| June 5, 2021 | 0 Comments
Father’s Day, Graduations and Summer Fun at Liberty Station

Businesses at Arts District Liberty Station are ready to help you celebrate every occasion. As COVID-19 restrictions open up and your social calendar begins to fill up, enjoy some of the best arts and culture attractions in San Diego. Summer Camp Style Get crafty with a new Craft Camp every week at San Diego Craft Collective […]

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“Wanderlust” Is Nominated for Best Americana Album of the Year

| June 4, 2021 | 0 Comments
“Wanderlust” Is Nominated for Best Americana Album of the Year

Enter the Blue Sky recently announced that their album, “Wanderlust,” has been nominated “Best Americana Album of the Year” at the annual San Diego Music Awards (SDMA). Released on leap day (February 29) in 2020, the album was released just before the pandemic shutdown, to a standing-room-only full-house event. The band has a long history with […]

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GI Film Festival San Diego Announces Virtual 2021 Season

| May 2, 2021 | 0 Comments
GI Film Festival San Diego Announces Virtual 2021 Season

Organizers of the GI Film Festival San Diego are thrilled to announce its diverse film lineup for their annual festival happening Tuesday, May 18 through Sunday, May 23. For the first time ever, the multi-day military-themed event is streamed online. Established in 2006 and brought to San Diego in 2015, the festival solely presents films […]

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Adam Graves: Some History on Balboa Park and its Trees. Part 1

| May 2, 2021 | 0 Comments
Adam Graves:  Some History on Balboa Park and its Trees. Part 1

In February, Adam Graves, director of the Horticulture Department of the San Diego Zoo and previous manager of the browse program and of the zoo’s team of arborists over the past five years, was our featured speaker.  Graves received his B.S. in Biology at UCSD and his master’s at Miami University.  He also volunteered at […]

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