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Jazz the Night Away, Reopening Celebration at the Aquarium

Saturday | 11 Jazz The Night Away Southern California jazz artists Steve Oliver, Kyle Eastwood, and Rebecca Jade perform for a drive-in concert. Oliver’s career spans over 20 years in music as a multi-instrumentalist, singer, ...

July 5, 2020
Interact with Animals, On the Harbor with Hard Kombucha, Interior Design Home Tours

Thursday | 9 Interact With Animals The weekly Summer Critter Camps at Helen Woodward Animal Center give kids the chance to interact with animals, create crafts, and play games. And now, virtual summer camps are ...

July 4, 2020
Paw-Micon, Binge

Tuesday | 7 Paw-Micon Helen Woodward Animal Center’s PAWmicon 2020 goes virtual with the Comic-Con Museum. Pet cosplay contest, panel discussions, trivia rounds, vendor shopping discounts, and virtual reality experiences. Panel discussions, interviews, and trivia ...

June 28, 2020
Beatriz Williams Author Livestream, Balley TV Arlo Parks & Billy Bragg, San Diego Music Awards

Thursday | 2 Beatriz Williams Author Livestream In 1947, photographer and war correspondent Janey Everett arrives at a remote surfing village on the Hawaiian island of Kauai to research a planned biography of forgotten aviation ...

June 27, 2020
Concert for Love and Acceptance, Beachtown Live! San Diego Repertory Theatre

Tuesday | 30 Concert For Love And Acceptance Ty Herndon, a Grammy-nominated and Dove Award-winning country music artist, will partner with the Academy of Country Music and CMT to present a concert hosted by Herndon, ...

June 21, 2020
Cinema Under the Stars Presents Roman Holiday, Fun Animal Friday: Sloth and Tegu, Josh Groban Livestream Concert

Thursday | 25 Cinema Under The Stars Presents Roman Holiday Cinema Under the Stars, an outdoor theater in Mission Hills, has re-opened and will show the classic romantic comedy Roman Holiday (1953), starring Audrey Hepburn ...

June 20, 2020
Art of Elan: Demarre Mcgill, Brain Candy

Tuesday | 23 Art Of Elan: Demarre Mcgill Created by Demarre McGill (principal flutist for the Seattle Symphony Orchestra) and Kate Hatmaker (violinist for San Diego Symphony), Art of Élan says it “aims to expose ...

June 14, 2020
Shining: Freetown Collective, Human Error by North Coast Repertory, Raising Backyard Chickens

Thursday | 18 Shining: Freetown Collective As part of the Social Distancing Festival, Freetown Collective is staging a weekly live online concert series, running through early September. Hailing from the Caribbean island of Trinidad and ...

June 13, 2020
Kat Edmonson Sunday Concert, Shining: Waxahatchee Livestreams

Sunday | 14 Kat Edmonson Sunday Concert Jazz vocalist and songwriter Kat Edmonson may specialize in old-timey sounds from the Great American Songbook, but the Houston native tackles her repertoire with an almost punk approach ...

June 7, 2020
Learn How to Compost, Virtual Drawing Workshop, Celebrate National Rosé Day

Thursday | 11 Learn How To Compost Improve the quality of your soil, reduce waste and air pollution, and save energy, money, and water. The Solana Center will show you the basics of composting in ...

June 6, 2020
South by Southwest: Matthew McConaughey, Virtual Textile Art Workshop

Tuesday | 9 South By Southwest: Matthew McConaughey The well-known Texas native and Academy Award-winning actor Matthew McConaughey has appeared in over 40 feature films. He is a producer, director, and also a philanthropist with ...

May 31, 2020
Entrepreneur Book Study, Pray for Sleep: Behind Our Eyes, Shining Live at the Heavy Water Plant

Thursday | 4 Entrepreneur Book Study Dive into the book The Lean Startup by listening to audio clips and discussing the implications and applications of its ideas to businesses. Author and entrepreneur Eric Ries explains ...

May 30, 2020
South by Southwest Cinema, Achieving your Zero Waste Potential

Sunday | 31 South By Southwest Cinema See seven 360 projects that were entered into the SXSW Virtual Cinema Competition prior to its cancellation by the city of Austin. Each of these works showcases how ...

May 24, 2020
Yonder Mountain String Band, Live Animal Friday: Sea Stars, Slay at Home Virtual Music Festival

Thursday | 28 Yonder Mountain String Band Long-time festival favorites and jam-grass pioneers Yonder Mountain String Band is a progressive bluegrass group with nearly as many live albums to their credit as studio full-lengths. They’ve ...

May 23, 2020
Virtual Collage Workshop, Thinking Shakespeare Live: Sonnets!

Monday | 25 Virtual Collage Workshop Learn collage techniques: drawing with scissors, gathering images, organizing content, creating painted paper for collage, hand-cut lettering, proper gluing, layout, design, and completion of artworks. These lessons encourage the ...

May 17, 2020
Work from Home with Watkins Family Hour, The Escape Game, Gregory Page Almost Live Virtual Variety Show

Thursday | 21 Work From Home With Watkins Family Hour Grammy Award-winning siblings Sara and Sean Watkins, best known from local bluegrass sensation Nickel Creek, began hosting a weekly Watkins Family Hour event in LA ...

May 16, 2020
Beyond the Pale: Watermedia Art, Learn How to Make Authentic Risotto

Sunday | 17 Beyond The Pale: Watermedia Art The San Diego Watercolor Society presents watermedia art, available for online viewing. The paintings are by members; award-winning artist Susan Keith is the juror. The works are ...

May 10, 2020
Animal Farm, Impact of Infectious Disease on Humans & Our Origins, Escape the Virus with a Lights Out-Ing

Thursday | 14 Animal Farm George Orwell’s satirical fable Animal Farm gets presented in a student production via online performances. Director Benjamin Cole employs unique “staging” and other technical effects not normally available in live ...

May 9, 2020
In Search of the Harlem Street Singer, The Fashion Biz with Anna Crowe

Sunday | 10 In Search Of The Harlem Street Singer The New York Guitar Festival presents a twelve-song series paying tribute to Reverend Gary Davis, who performed on the streets of Harlem from the late ...

May 3, 2020
Mourning Steve Esmedina and Judith Moore, first day of school, memories of Mom and Dad, the bar where Danielle Van Dam's mom was

Blubbo's World "Blubbo, oh Blubbo, where do I begin? You’re dead, gone, laid out rotting in a casket somewhere in the ground; and if that’s just your body, your corpse, your shell, God, I hope ...

May 3, 2020
Birch Aquarium’s Kelp Cam, Animal Bones and Teeth: Stone Age Environments, Farmers Market Little Italy Mercato

Thursday | 7 Birch Aquarium’s Kelp Cam View a giant kelp forest from home any time. Tune in to see a live feed of Leopard Sharks, Moray Eels, Garibaldi and a 300-pound Giant Black Seabass. ...

May 2, 2020
Online Photography Workshop, Old Globe Theatre: Detras Del Telon

Saturday | 2 Online Photography Workshop A professional photographer teaches the ins and outs of your DSLR camera. Venture off of “Auto” mode, into the world of manual settings, to get the most out of ...

April 26, 2020
Virtual Book Club: The Perfect Predator, Couchella, Happy Hour Live Fridays

Thursday | 30 Virtual Book Club: The Perfect Predator Steffanie Strathdee: epidemiologist, professor, global health solution-seeker, TEDx speaker, and author of The Perfect Predator. A San Diego local, Strathdee wrote this mystery based on a ...

April 25, 2020
Meditation, Mindfulness & Managing Energy, Children’s Discovery Museum Live

Monday | 26 Meditation, Mindfulness & Managing Energy Established in 1998, Dharma Center shares the practices of Trikaya Buddhism. Join Varada from the center and explore how integrating meditation, mindfulness and managing energy practices into ...

April 19, 2020
Cornel/Henry Art Exhibit: Jennifer Georgescu, Nuncheon Sessions: Jeff Crosby, Virtual Beer Festival

Thursday | 23 Cornel/Henry Art Exhibit: Jennifer Georgescu Online exhibition of the ’mother series’ by Jennifer Georgescu, a San Diego based photographer and mother. Georgescu’s background is in painting and photographic arts and she utilizes ...

April 18, 2020
Focus Movie Mondays: Mallrats, Stir Crazy Projects and Virtual Gallery

Monday | 20 FOCUS MOVIE MONDAYS: MALLRATS Mallrats (1995): After both are dumped by their girlfriends, T.S. and Brodie seek refuge in the local mall. T.S.’s girlfriend, Brandi, is in a dating game show at ...

April 12, 2020
North Coast Repertory Theatre Conversations, Band Together, Comic Book Online Courses

Thursday | 16 NORTH COAST REPERTORY THEATRE CONVERSATIONS Enjoy conversations among North Coast Rep artistic director, playwrights, actors, and directors. The online series began with Richard Dreyfuss, who discussed his love for the theatre as ...

April 11, 2020
Easter Gospel Show, San Diego School Of Ballet Classes

Sunday | 12 Easter Gospel Show The live-streamed concert series launched by Hangin’ & Sangin’ podcast host Kelly McCartney and singer/songwriter Natalia Zukerman, has attracted over 100 artists to its lineup of live-streamed performances. Everyone ...

April 5, 2020
Kids Music Star: Laurie Berkner, Daring Greatly, Painting, Drawing, Hot Wax Art

Thursday | 9 Kids Music Star: Laurie Berkner Families are invited to join kids music star Laurie Berkner, direct from her house for livestreamed Berker Break concerts. In addition to songs, Berkner offers playful movement ...

April 4, 2020
Walk, Run or Bike in Carlsbad, Best Wishes, Warmest Regards: A Schitt’s Creek Farewell

Sunday | 5 Walk, Run Or Bike In Carlsbad Carlsbad’s Coastal Rail Trail is 0.7 mile in length and part of a much longer trail that will connect Camp Pendleton to the Mexican border. Not ...

March 31, 2020
Neil Diamond’s Coronavirus Parody, Don Lemaster of San Diego Musical Theatre

Friday | 3 Neil Diamond’s Coronavirus Parody “I know we’re going through a rough time right now, but I love you, and I think maybe if we sing together, well, we’ll just feel a little ...

March 30, 2020
Season Nine of Call the Midwife, Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert

Sunday | 29 Season Nine Of Call The Midwife Adapted by Heidi Thomas from the best-selling memoirs of Jennifer Worth, this drama series is about midwifery in 1950s East End London. It follows Jenny, who ...

March 22, 2020
Pearl Jam’s first album in seven years, Spring at the Reserve, A Puzzling Adventure

Friday | 27 Pearl Jam’s First Album In Seven Years Gigaton is the eleventh studio album by the American rock band Pearl Jam. It was preceded by the singles “Dance of the Clairvoyants” and “Superblood ...

March 21, 2020
Psychiatry needs spiritual insights

Crack’s bandage Affordable housing is necessary but it’s a bandage on a cracked wall (“Shrinks’ Paradise,” Under the Radar, March 12). The whole system at the base needs overhaul. Greed, hedonism, over-commercialization, liberal politicians, anti-moral ...

March 18, 2020
Flower Flow Yoga, Around the World in 80 Cakes

Sunday | 22 Flower Flow Yoga Enjoy a one-hour outdoor yoga flow overlooking the blooming Tecolote Giant Ranunculus fields. The nearly fifty acres of flowers that make up The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch are ...

March 15, 2020
Real Women Have Curves, Learn to Garden from the Masters, New West Guitar Group with Sara Gazarek

Friday | 20 Real Women Have Curves (Update: Postponed to open on April 2) In a tiny sewing factory in East L.A., five full-figured Mexican-American women are racing to meet nearly impossible production deadlines in ...

March 14, 2020
Campanile Music Festival, Luck O’ Loma, Into the Woods

Friday | 13 Campanile Music Festival (Update: This event has been canceled) Take in masterclasses, open rehearsals, performances, and conversations with artists. Guests include Ariana Kim (violin professor at Cornell University), Danny Kim (violist with ...

March 8, 2020
Staring Down The Wolf, Latino Films, Celebs And Fashion Show

Thursday | 12 Staring Down The Wolf Mark Divine discusses and signs his new book, Staring Down the Wolf: 7 Leadership Commitments That Forge Elite Teams. Divine is a retired Navy SEAL commander, New York ...

March 7, 2020
Geo Tour: San Diego’s First Peoples, Electronic Dance Music Tribe, Knife Throwing, Juggling, Unicycles

Saturday | 7 Geo Tour: San Diego’s First Peoples The geologic history of San Diego is dominated by the tectonic plates that collided to form the landscape that we see today. This tour will examine ...

March 1, 2020
House of Joy, Embroidery on Fake Ostrich Skin

Friday | 6 House Of Joy Set in the 17th century, in a place like Delhi, India, House of Joy spins the tale of Hamida, one of the elite female bodyguards for the Emperor’s Imperial ...

February 29, 2020
Oasis Camel Dairy Open Farm, Mariachi Music and Folkloric Dance

Sunday | 1 Oasis Camel Dairy Open Farm Thirty-four acres of dromedary camel farm east of Ramona, open for camel treat feeding and petting, camel rides, sheep petting, and live performing bird and animal shows. ...

February 23, 2020
Heaven or Hell San Diego, O’Side Murals Walking Tour, Tinyfest: Tiny Homes, Workshops, Beer

Friday | 28 Heaven or Hell San Diego Visit the underbelly of downtown San Diego circa 1971 through a blend of story poetry, dance, spoken word, costume and theatre. Performers move beyond the social ruckus ...

February 22, 2020
Lend Me A Tenor, The Chieftains: The Irish Goodbye

Sunday | 23 Lend Me A Tenor In September of 1934, Saunders, the general manager of the Cleveland Grand Opera Company, is primed to welcome world-famous singer Tito Merelli, known as Il Stupendo, the greatest ...

February 16, 2020
Exploring the Origins of Today’s Humans, Mardi Gras Party Hop in the Gaslamp, Popup Play Saturdays

Friday | 21 Origins of Today’s Humans Available evidence indicates that all humans living today are derived from a relatively small population that arose in Africa beginning >200,000 years ago, spreading to the rest of ...

February 15, 2020
Paw Walk in the Garden, Jason Mraz: Shine, San Diego: 1940-1960, War And Peace

Saturday | 15 Paw Walk In The Garden San Diego Botanic Garden is 37 acres of rich land which began, in part, with Ruth Larabee, whose original bequest of property and plant collections led to ...

February 9, 2020
She Loves Me, Better Together Valentines Show

Thursday | 13 She Loves Me In a 1930s European perfumery, we meet shop clerks Amalia and Georg, who, more often than not, are at odds. After both respond to a “lonely hearts advertisement” in ...

February 8, 2020
Murder for Two, Fresh Sound: Carl Stone

Sunday | 9 Murder For Two Officer Marcus Moscowicz is a small-town policeman with dreams of becoming a full-fledged detective. One fateful night, at a surprise birthday party for the great American murder novelist Arthur ...

February 2, 2020
Tijuana Foto Project, Valentines on Volcan, That ’70s Car Show

Friday | 7 Tijuana Foto Project Come see a film and photography collection of student work exploring la frontera. Students took part in a genre study looking at the work of Harry Crosby, a teacher ...

February 1, 2020
San Diego Miniature Show, The Festival of New Trumpet Music West

Sunday | 2 San Diego Miniature Show Some 50 vendors will offer an assortment of miniatures from vintage, traditional, and mid-century modern to the latest in LED lights for miniature projects. Find realistic food, furniture, ...

January 26, 2020
God of Carnage, International Wetlands Day, Fry Bread, Bird Singers and Gourd Dancing

Friday | 31 God Of Carnage A dark comedy of manners — without the manners. Spend an evening with two couples, both residents of a tony Brooklyn neighborhood, as they meet to discuss a playground ...

January 25, 2020

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