Music festival to bring underground electronic talent to San Diego’s front porch
Jeremy Ogul | Editor
Less than a year after it opened, Downtown’s new Waterfront Park is set to host one of the biggest outdoor electronic music festivals San Diego has ever seen.
CRSSD Festival will feature 54 DJs, singer-songwriters and producers from March 14 to 15. Top-billed acts include Empire of the Sun, Chromeo, Maceo Plex, Classixx, Jamie Jones, Seth Troxler, Kaytranada and James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem. Read More
Jeremy Ogul | Contributing Editor
Some of them fled their homes when the men with guns showed up. Some of them never knew a home, surviving only in tents scattered across barren refugee camps. Many of them left everything behind for the chance to get a basic education in the U.S.
All of them are now new students at Crawford High School in City Heights, and their autobiographical artwork is on display this month in a show titled “Hello, My Name Is…” at Hillcrest’s Bread & Cie. Read More
A timeless tale still very relevant today
By Catherine Spearnak
Art as activism is the way James Vasquez sees the upcoming production of “West Side Story” by the San Diego Musical Theater, slated to open Feb. 14 at the Spreckels Theatre Downtown. Read More
Little Italy’s culinary explosion continues with the recent opening of Pan Bon (“good bread”) by sibling bakers Luciano and Giancarlo Anselmi. The brothers also own a bread shop in Verona, Italy, although their U.S. venture on the ground floor of Ariel Suites is a massive 10,000-square-foot emporium of gorgeous confections, deli specialties and prepared foods reminiscent of the displays you’d find at indoor markets throughout Europe. Read More
By Dr. Ink
Rarely does this drink “doctor” gravitate to chain restaurants to imbibe. The crowds, the rug rats and the cramped bar lounges filled oftentimes with standing consumers waiting to dine are a buzzkill.
But I take exception to Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar, located in the hectic Westfield Mission Valley shopping plaza. Read More
Lisa Halverstadt | Voice of San Diego
We’ve zeroed in on four issues that frustrate a broad spectrum of San Diego businesses, and have dubbed them The Four Horsemen.
Here’s the fourth one. Read More
It can be tough to find the motivation to exercise, so find a goal that works for you. Signing up for a race gives you a deadline and forces you to get up and get moving. It’s also a pretty realistic distance for all people of all ages — even beginners. Read More
It is easier than you might think to add more whole grains to your diet.
Public health officials recommend that you make at least half of your grains whole grains. Whole grains are different from refined grains in that they contain the entire grain seed, including the germ, bran and endosperm. Read More
Just like human babies, kittens need special care. If you brought one home recently, here are a few essentials to get him off to a good start. Read More
Saturdays: Douglas Kvandal with the LiveJazz! Quartet at the Amigo Spot at Kings Inn. Free. 7 p.m. 1333 Hotel Circle South, Mission Valley. KingsInnSanDiego.com. Read More
Assemblymember Weber’s mobile office
Tuesday, March 10, 6 – 8 p.m.
Connect with Assemblymember Shirley Weber’s staff here in your community, get help with any problems you are having with public agencies, ask questions about legislation and learn about state and local services. Read More
Linda Vista Planning Group General Meeting
Monday, Feb. 23, 5:30 p.m.
This is an open meeting of the Linda Vista Planning Group. The public is encouraged to attend. Visit lindavista.org/lvpg. Read More