Everyday immigrants from all over Latin America set upon the treacherous journey to Tijuana, Baja California. Their final destination: the United States. Yet, many never see the country which has been marked the land of opportunity, and their American dream quickly becomes a new struggle.
A hidden gem is a sacred place. Whether it be a bar, restaurant, rooftop, etc -- locating, frequenting and introducing others to your own little "spot" is one of life's greatest treats. It's like revealing a part of your self. Read through for our versions of that in San Diego.
Last Friday, Nike officially announced its capsule collection with TDE for its Championship Tour. The tour kicked off last week, but you can catch the TDE pop-up in San Diego for one day only at lifestyle boutique, Gym Standard on Sunday, May 13th.
This week in San Diego weekend event picks we have: avant garde straight from Atlanta, a beat pioneer super show organized by yours truly + Hide N Go Freak and a special intimate TDE affair, plus many more.
A friend of mine recently remarked something along the lines of, "I've been asked who my favorite artists are and it's funny how all that can come to mind are local San Diegan artists." Nothing can be more true about that then when I think of Tarrah Aroonsakool's work.
Episode 1 of The Travelers Club's A/M Radio series, featuring JR Jarris (Hide N Go Freak) and Veeejzilla (One of None). Topics include that time Mondi got tackled by a security guard at Space Bar, foot fetishes, our problematic fav's and a bunch of other shit. Tune in.
SD Voyager Magazine recently did a feature on The Travelers Club head, Andy Internets, for their San Diego's Most Inspiring Stories series. Click through to read an excerpt and find the link to read the whole interview.
Mexican’s fucking love Travis Scott. Like foreal, love. It’s a weird phenomenon, one that is so obvious when you think about it, yet still so unexplainable. Read as Mondi explores this oddly cultural truth.
We host Soulection's first ever (sold out) radio tour stop, artists and creatives come together to recycle each others junk and Hickies & Dry Humps joins forces with various brands to bring some honesty to Downtown. This is your weekend event recap, as curated by Andy Internets.
As part of the SDIY Coalition, we organized our first community outreach event on March 25th at the Pink Haus in Golden Hills, one of of course many to come. Click through to get a glimpse of some of the action.
Care to guess which keyword I put into Google to stumble upon this track? “Japanese electronic music”? “Shibuya-kei”? Actually I asked the search engine a genuine question: “who’s the woman behind the Playstation ads?”