The San Dieguito Union High School District is facing questions about how it is handling public comment, including its recent decision to no longer accept written public comments and an incident when several speakers were cut off mid-comment during a special board meeting.
National School Breakfast Week campaign encourages students to try school breakfast
Ralphs in Encinitas recently donated $50,000 to Feeding San Diego food bank as part of the company’s Zero Hunger | Zero Waste commitment.
Winslow II, namesake son of Chargers’ icon, arrested in June 2018
Canyon Crest Academy’s Creative Writing Club recently announced the publication of its 10th anniversary anthology, The Sky’s the Limit.
Plus more local theater news from San Diego Musical Theatre, UC San Diego, Point Loma Playhouse and Hershey Felder
This week’s San Diego theater column includes news on Theatre Week, Cygnet Theatre and New Village Arts
Minneapolis-based artist to use innovative digital glaze printing system to create four mosaic panels
The three-day African-American celebration and ‘edu-tainment’ event streams Friday through Feb. 28
The two-weekend festival in the Pechanga Arena parking lot will include a concert and ‘The Barber of Seville’
‘Expedition Maker,’ created by Moishe House, features 10 ‘makers’ from the U.S. and Israel competing for weekly votes
For the first time in its history, the nonprofit Playwrights Project will hold an online version of its annual “Plays by Young Writers” showcase from March 11-26.