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San Diego Indie Craft Market stitches Queen Bee

North Park venue hosts nearly 40 vendors selling handmade wares Sunday

“All merchandise sold at the Indie Craft Market must be a form of handmade... Somehow, it must be a product ...

Eat & Drink for a Cause Sunday at Tiger! Tiger!

Portion of patron's bills at North Park gastropub to be donated to Media Arts Center's Summer Scholarship Fundraising Campaign

Missed out on the Media Arts Center's Carnival Fundraiser? Well, the Media Arts Center is very close to their $7,000 ...

27th Annual La Jolla Festival of the Arts

Two-day festival offers fine wine, food & art, entertainment, and grass under your feet.

“This is not a street fair but an elegant, high quality showcase,” reads the La Jolla Festival of the Arts’ ...

Mass Creativity Day at The New Children's Museum

Community-based art- event promises hands-on activities, food trucks, music, and more.

When The New Children’s Museum (200 West Island Avenue) is involved in something, it's generally worth taking a gander. Their ...

Media Arts Center's Carnival Fundraiser Thursday

Yearly scholarship fundraiser promises a carnival-themed frenzy of food, drinks and fun.

"Every year we have some kind of fundraiser or online campaign to raise money for need-based scholarships so youth can ...

Yeller Studio's No Tan Lines pool party takes over LWP's Community@ Joy Building

Art, music, booze, food, and pop-up shops will find harmony with pool shenanigans at this empty urban property Saturday.

"LWP's support of San Diego's art culture is something Yeller greatly respects," says Michael Tussey, via email, of San Diego-based ...

Mussels Wednesday at Saltbox

The mussels stand up to the rest of the menu at this downtown restaurant.

Much has been written about Saltbox (1047 Fifth Avenue, Downtown San Diego, 619-515-3003) since it opened up late-2011 on the ...

Organic strawberries and jammin' at Suzie's Farm Saturday

Popular Tijuana River Valley organic farm to throw strawberry-filled bash complete with music, farm tours and culinary demonstrations.

In 2004, Suzie's Farm started providing San Diego County with herbs and edible flowers. They've since grown into a 140-acre ...

Sixth Annual Shuck 'N' Swallow at LoungeSix

Popular San Diego restaurants battle in an oyster eating competition that has much excitement for the public, too.

According to Wikipedia, more than 85,500 species of mollusks exist today, with many being oh-so delicious. You have your more ...

Alexander Salazar Fine Art's pop-up galleries make their way to Downtown’s north end

Urban art crawl features three local artists at three restaurants-cum-gallery space

Alexander Salazar is at it again. His 20,000+ square foot gallery space - Alexander Salazar Fine Art, which exhibits the ...

Ritual embraces Societe with a four-course dinner

North Park eatery hosts beer-pairing dinner with didactic Kearny Mesa brewery

Since opening in 2007, Ritual Tavern has been known for its farm-to-table values and - like many of its sister ...

Pig Out at SummerSalt

All-you-can-eat Pig Roast at Saltbox's fourth story rooftop lounge includes beer, spiked punch, and live tunes to boot.

One of my fond childhood memories was of watching a pig being roasted on a spit over a big fiery ...

RA's Sushi Showdown

College basketball championship-style sushi-eating competition is geared towards spectators and competitors alike.

The last NCAA March Madness games air Saturday, April 6 and Monday, April 8 which leaves Sunday, April 7 with ...

Celebrate fresh, community fun Saturday at Go Local - Golden Hill at the Market

Golden Hill Famers Market throws a party amongst their usual local goods booths.

Tired of the same ol' same ol' while perusing farmers market booths? Looking to inject a little excitement in your ...

Vibrant San Diego takes to the streets

Saturday's community walk & rally asks participants to "walk, bike, and then rally for better roadway designs".

"Even if you do not use bicycle or rail, the community benefits to having integrated infrastructure are broad," explains Jack ...

The Propagandist's Cobra HeArt

Semimonthly-ish art and music exhibition night happens Friday and includes spoken word, live art, DJs and vendor.

"Cobra HeArt is a night designated to collide independent music and a showcase of local artists," reads the event page. ...

Vegetarian Cuisine & Arts Festival gets second whirl in Tijuana

Festival aims to show the organic beauty of edible and non-edible products with food, music, crafts and more.

After a "very encouraging" first edition of the Vegetarian Cuisine & Arts Festival (VC&AF) last November, a second edition of ...

Party 'til your belly aches at Alchemy's 4th Anniversary Bash

For a small fee, Alchemy promises booze, photos, music and a lot of food at their birthday party on Thursday.

Since opening in 2009, Alchemy has made sure their food could be described by those delicious buzzwords – sustainable, free-range, ...

Three-Way Dinners' inaugural meal at Cusp

The first of three dinners from this new chef series has the head chefs from Jsix, Cusp, and Saltbox cooking together.

Peas are often that vegetable you corral to the side of your plate, walling it in by mashed potatoes so ...

Sustainable Seafood Week swims into San Diego; swims out March 15

Over 75 regional restaurants offering sustainable seafood options during week-long event to benefit San Diego Oceans Foundation.

Everyone's gotta eat but finding eco-friendly choices, especially when it comes to seafood, can sometimes prove difficult. Non-profit ocean stewardship ...

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