Tuesday, June 27, 2017

New Art Spaces Open at Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego

Tired of the biochemistry/mechanical engineering/computer science culture that dominates UCSD? Revel in the artistic side of things and check out the new installation exhibits at the Museum of Contemporary Art to fulfill the creative...

Plot Twist, There’s More Than La Jolla

San Diego has more to offer than UCSD and the Trader Joe’s on La Jolla Village Drive. So before the quarter get’s wild, make a round about town to savor what this city has...

Halloween Feature: Bare Bones Fun

DIY Halloween Party Costumes Homemade Halloween costumes guaranteed to entertain more than a devil costume you pay $40 for online. There are so many inexpensive ways to dress up, whether by using clothes you already have...

Parkeology at Balboa Park

The iconicism of Balboa Park is no stranger to the native San Diegan, but even the most seasoned locals are typically unaware of Balboa’s unspoken treasures and uncovered spaces. Kate Clark, the head curator...

San Diego’s Finest Farmers Markets

The weekly on-campus farmers market can be a little monotonous at times, but don’t fret. San Diego has more farmers markets than one could imagine. The Guardian chose the top three.

UCSD’s Underground Rap Battles: An Interview with Shots Fired

Take a look at this week’s Billboard Hot 100. Admittedly, the public simply cannot get over blond female singers, boy bands and pale English singer-songwriter-musicians. But it takes just one scroll down the Hot...

Reads in the City: San Diego Bookstores

Maxwell’s House of Books Address: 8285 La Mesa Blvd Comfortably nestled within the La Mesa neighborhood is Maxwell’s House of Books — a hole-in-the-wall used bookstore. It’s rich not only in its love for books and...

Site Seen: Chocolate Exhibition

The San Diego Natural History Museum’s “Chocolate” exhibit, located at the museum in the heart of Balboa Park, is back by popular demand after a seven-year hiatus. From Oct. 12, 2012 to March 10, 2013, come learn about how everyone’s guilty pleasure — whether dark, milk or white — has transformed through history to become the ubiquitous dessert it is today.

Little Dame Shop

Today, opening a gift store in University Heights is as risky of an affair as opening an Asian restaurant in Convoy Street — the number of competitors is high and the chance of coming...

Site Seen: San Diego’s Thanksgiving Dixieland Jazz Festival

If you and your group of friends are staying on campus for Thanksgiving break and are seeking more than just your average Turkey Day meal, the Annual San Diego Thanksgiving Dixieland Jazz Festival (or...

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