Consumer attorney Susan Guinn says that Ernest Dronenburg’s political blunders and missteps show voters that “the incumbent is doing a terrible job. He is bad for business, bad for families and has abused his elected position to promote his own ideology, rather than following the law.”
San Diego Opera has placed its longtime general and artistic director Ian Campbell on paid leave after a three-decade tenure that has been rocked in recent weeks by public and internal criticism over his role in the decision to close the company.
HRC has a national vision and a national scope. It is one of the only organizations working to equalize the LGBT rights across the nation, and most recently across borders. But it gets vital support on the local level.
San Diego artist Clarione Gutierrez has a seemingly inherent knack for the visual arts, part of which he jokingly attributes to a trip to the renowned San Diego Zoo. But his versatility transcends the title of “artist,” as his talent is as engaging live as it is in a studio.
The president of the San Diego Women’s Chorus isn’t joking when she says the group has a BIG show coming up. The SDWC will perform alongside the Indigo Girls, and they plan to raise money for a great cause: the Lesbian Health Initiative Fund of the San Diego Human Dignity Foundation.
Headliner Tony Houck speaks with SDGLN about his versatile career and the process of revitalizing a classic story with a wicked twist. The limited engagement is presented by Diversionary Theatre Cabaret at Martinis Above Fourth in Hillcrest.