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San Diego Symphony's new music director Rafael Payare takes the stage October 5 | Image from San Diego Symphony

San Diego Symphony’s new music director debuts this weekend.

Oct 04, 2019

Attention all music lovers: San Diego Symphony has a new music director, and his name is Rafael Payare.  As San Diego Symphony’s music director, Rafael will shape the musical vision for the orchestra moving forward. His international experience and profile will attract the very best orchestral players and guest artists to San Diego. In addition, […]

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Ladies Who Paint conduct first all-female mural walk in East Village | Photo from @ladieswhopaint Instagram

Ladies Who Paint: Mural Walk in East Village

Oct 03, 2019

With the Pacific Ocean in our backyard, disgustingly perfect weather, and stunning concoctions from award-winning chefs, it’s common knowledge that San Diego has “insta-worthy” views for days. One thing we’re not really known for, however, is street art. With the exception of Chicano Park in Barrio Logan and perhaps a few walls in North Park […]

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MCAS Miramar Air Show returns to San Diego on September 27, as a salute to first responders.

2019 MCAS Miramar Air Show: a salute to first responders.

Sep 24, 2019

Though San Diego has grown into much more than a military town over the years, the military strand of the region’s DNA continues to weave through much of what we do today. Home to the largest concentration of military forces in the world, it should come to no surprise that San Diego also hosts the […]

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With top-notch schools, quality of life, and kid-friendly restaurants, San Marcos continues to be a great place to raise a family in San Diego.

San Marcos eateries raising the bar on kid-friendly dining

Sep 16, 2019

San Marcos is steadily ranked as a great place to raise a family, thanks to its top-notch schools and high quality of life. Look around town and you’ll see that affirmed. Children 9 or younger make up about 15 percent of the city’s population. That’s higher than San Diego County’s rate, which is closer to 12 […]

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