The San Diego Asian Film Festival kicks off their 20th anniversary today, featuring local documentaries highlighting stories of San Diego Asian and Asian American perseverance, community, and everyday livelihood.
A look back at the year San Diego decided to officially change the name of Market Street to ‘Martin Luther King Way’––a decision that, as we all know now, unfortunately didn't last very long due to suspect backlash by residents and city developers.
The proposed 'Gaslamp Promenade' will reinvent Fifth Avenue by removing street parking and vehicular access throughout the eight-block stretch to create "a place for social connections, dining and, entertainment."
A look back at San Diego hip hop history with classic footage of local hip hop group Dub Posse Generals performing at the infamous Fam Mart (RIP) Rap Contest in 1991, a side of San Diego music history that is rarely acknowledged.
Our life-sized tank created in partnership with Casa Tamarindo will officially be on display at Swish Projects starting November 9th, featuring insight into the giant project and Casa Tamarindo’s mission of creating sustainable art from waste material.
Nowadays, it seems almost impossible for anyone to carve a career in music. Whether it’s singing, rapping, DJing, etc, it feels all too easy to get discouraged by the slow pace of success. If anyone knows how to navigate the grind, however, it’s 143’s Sosupersam.
For a city nationally renowned as paradise for tourists and locals alike, it is almost bewildering to consider how many places of paranormal activity also define our neighborhoods. Beyond the most famous retellings, there also exist numerous other haunts throughout the county.
A San Diego City College student organization promoting the unification and empowerment of students of color is hosting their 9th annual conference today at the Downtown campus, featuring workshops and panels addressing contemporary issues for students and more.
For many South Bay residents, the sight of the ‘Glarf Dinosaurs’––as they have come to be known––isn’t as terrifying as it is oddly endearing, at least for over the half century they’ve mysteriously ruled the streets of Bonita.
There aren’t many San Diego stories as fabled as the Freeway Tank Hijacking –– in the years since the incident, images and memories of the scene have lived on in the collective consciousness of San Diego residents almost like folklore within our history.
Following what took a years worth of work, it’s been such a rewarding and humbling experience to plan an event that included not just one of our dream lineups, but also an event that paid tribute to everything San Diego.