San Diego, CA Entertainment

Drama Has Already Started Brewing Between Cast Members on 'Teen Mom' Spinoff

The producers of Teen Mom are gearing up for a major crossover special. Earlier this month, The Ashley's Reality Roundup exclusively reported that MTV was putting together a spinoff series with cast members from Teen Mom OG, Teen Mom 2, and Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant. The show is set to chronicle the moms altogether on a wellness retreat in San Diego. According to their source, "The producers are hoping that by putting girls who never work together in the same setting will be interesting."
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San Diego International Airport Unveils ‘Make Yourself at Home’ Art Exhibit

San Diego International Airport’s Arts Program Tuesday unveiled the “Make Yourself at Home” exhibition, located throughout Terminal 2 pre- and post-security. “Make Yourself at Home” features 16 exhibitors whose artwork and collections “explore how the concept of home differs for each person and shapes our memories, identities and sense of belonging in an increasingly nomadic world,” according to the airport.

SeeYouSpaceCowboy – “Misinterpreting Constellations”

San Diego’s SeeYouSpaceCowboy have an extreme style that evokes a very specific setting. In a lot of ways, SYSC are peers of chaotic, heavy screamo bands like For Your Health and Portrayal Of Guilt. But SYSC also pull a whole lot from the Hot Topic metalcore of the ’00s. Their sound is wild and freaked-out, but it’s also clean and hooky and theatrical. They’re on their way to become huge. SYSC released their full-length debut The Correlation Between Entrance And Exit Wounds in 2019, and they followed it earlier this year with A Sure Disaster, a split EP with the metalcore supergroup If I Die First. Today, SeeYouSpaceCowboy have announced that they’ll drop another album this summer, and they’ve shared its first single.

Stone Horse performs hit song “California Rain”

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Stone Horse is promoting their latest rock album Stone Horse IV. The San Diego-based band performed their award-winning song “California Rain” at the KUSI patio over the weekend. Stone Horse’s next performance will be at the Ramona Motorcycle Rally on Oct. 17. To learn more about...

New Augmented Reality Exhibition ‘Seeing the Invisible’ to Premiere at San Diego Botanic Garden-September 24

Featuring AR Works by international artists and premiering simultaneously across the globe. Encinitas CA— The most ambitious and expansive exhibition to date of contemporary artworks created with augmented reality (AR) technology will premiere across 12 gardens in six countries simultaneously in September 2021, including the San Diego Botanic Garden (SDBG).
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San Diego International Airport Arts Program Invites Travelers to ‘Make Themselves at Home'

San Diego International Airport’s (SAN) Arts Program has unveiled a new exhibit that explores how the concept of home differs for each person. The Make Yourself at Home exhibition is located throughout Terminal 2 pre-and-post security screening. It features 16 exhibitors whose artwork and collections showcase how home is experienced differently by all, and how it shapes memories, identities and lives.

Robin Henkel Trio

September 22, 2021 (Allied Gardens) – Robin Henkel is a four-time recipients of the San Diego Music Awards “Best Blues” award. On Sunday, October 10 at 4 p.m., the Robin Henkel trio will perform at Mission Trails Church, located at 4880 Zion Ave. in the Allied Gardens neighborhood of San Diego.

Sam The Cooking Guy perfects the ‘Cheeseburger Taco’ at Not Not Tacos

LITTLE ITALY (KUSI)- Sam The Cooking Guy is always being creative with what he puts on a Taco. Not Not Tacos has become a community favorite. KUSI’s Kacey McKinnon went to NNT to cook the ‘Cheeseburger Taco” with the Cooking Guy. Sam The Cooking Guy says, “If you closed your eyes and ate this blind, you’d think you were actually eating a cheeseburger!”

A-List Artists Bring The Star Power To SD’s Art Scene | 6 New Installations

Arts & Culture If you still haven't seen it, go around Little Italy and the Del Mar/Carmel Valley neighborhoods to see these impressive 6 new installations. In recent weeks, the ever-growing art portfolio of a dedicated supporter of public art, John Kilroy (CEO of Kilroy), has embraced the work of esteemed artists from around the globe. In fact, just this month, San Diego saw 6 new installations within Little Italy and the Del Mar/Carmel Valley neighborhoods.

Find Your Favorite Tunes Ahead of CRSSD Festival Fall 2021

The upcoming edition of CRSSD Festival Fall is almost here – so get ready for a weekend full of great vibes with our Spotify playlist!. CRSSD Festival Fall is set to kick off right back where we started before the pandemic took its toll in the Spring of 2020. Luckily for house and techno lovers, FNGRS CRSSD is making up for lost time with the return of the beloved festival and an absolutely stacked lineup – and we can’t wait to see what this year has in store for all who make their way to the Waterfront Park in downtown San Diego on September 25-26.
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Left Coast Quintet Brings Joy Through Music (video)

The Left Coast Quintet performed on Sunday afternoon in a free concert sponsored by our Coronado Public Library. As Brad Willis shares, it is a collaborative group of San Diego musicians with a mission to provide exciting and enriching performances while promoting music and the arts.

Meet Local Installation Artist Ashley Renuart

Whether through a floral fortress of pinks and purples, a thicket of neutral native grasses, or a ceiling filled with tinsel and disco balls, Ashley Renuart likes to create installation pieces that transport you. She’s made these grand sculptures to transform the physical experience of local storefronts like Juneshine, Native...

EAA October Open Show – Call for Artists

Escondido CA— The Escondido Art Association announces their Open Show for the month of October at the Artists Gallery, 121 W. Grand Avenue, Escondido. The theme for the show is ” Out of this World,” and will be open to EAA members and non-members alike. Entry fees will apply: Members...