We love checking out our museums and cultural attractions in San Diego. This month brings some great exhibits and closes a few too. Here are the best exhibits to see in San Diego this July: Spitting in the Wind, Oceanside Museum of Art. Check out the works of four artist friends while they lived in
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Father’s Day is almost here (Sunday if you didn’t realize!). San Diego has some great Father’s Day happenings and we’re here to share them with you! Here are some great things to do with dad this weekend: Watch Some World Cup Action in North Park! (all weekend) Beer and Sake Festival (Friday) Father’s Day Festival
We heart the Blue Star Program and if you’re a military guy, girl or family, you should too! The program allows active duty Military personnel and their families to go to museums across the country for free from Memorial Day (May 26th) to Labor Day (September 1st). Let the summer of adventures and culture begin! Remember
Have you ever been to the Ocean Beach Playhouse? We hadn’t…that is until last night’s intriguing show by theater group, Circle Circle dot dot.We got to OB early to walk around before attending the opening night and world premiere of No Place Like Home. The OB Playhouse is a cool spot to go for a
Summer is here in San Diego (at least it seems it to us!). What better way to stay cool than seeing some fun and interesting exhibits? We know of a few great ones opening and closing this month. Take your pick from the 17 below or check out some at your favorite museums and attractions.
Confession: we have a slight bias toward the Museum of Photographic Arts. We love photography and try to appreciate every single exhibit we can get our hands on. The Museum has two main exhibits going on right now, with the Prix Pictet: Power exhibit being the larger of the two. It’s an annual exhibit/competition that
We love a good exhibit on a San Diego winter day, and while the winter may not be brutal here, it provides the perfect conditions to visit everything our city has to offer (and you can’t say that about snow!). We’re excited about some of the cool exhibits opening this month and in a hurry
The 24th Annual San Diego Jewish Film Festival will showcase 60 films over 5 locations in San Diego.
The San Diego Central Library is great in so many ways–cool design, lots of space, massive amount of books. We could go on all day about the awesome gift shop or its baseball memorabilia collection (which is the second largest in the US). But today, we’re going to talk about just one of the many
When you take two people who love San Diego and landscape paintings, you’ll almost always have a winner in an exhibit that combines these two elements. That’s why we spent more time than we intended in the Capturing the Light: Landscapes of Maurice Braun exhibit at the San Diego History Center. We’ve loved viewing Braun’s