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Event Spotlight: 12/11/2008  

Interview with Founder Lara Matthews

Thread started as a backyard, garden party with the purpose of showcasing local creativity. Lara Matthews' inspiration and vision five years ago is now hitting full stride as more and more consumers reject major brands in search of something unique to put on their backs. THREAD Show is now in several major cities, providing independent fashion to San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Vegas and Miami. Read More...

Artist Interview: 12/8/2008  

Evidence of Searching : Wes Bruce

Three months ago, Wes went to explore the Western States via trains and car rides from friends and strangers. Through the conversations and shared experiences with a long list of new and old acquaintances during the trip, Wes found himself exploring not only his own influences, but those of people around him, even people he knew almost nothing about. His new project, Evidence of Searching, derives from the sharing and searching of deep and simple truth with everyone who has shared life with him. Read More...

Disposable Project: 12/1/2008  

The Donkeys Manifest Destiny

Recently signed to Dead Oceans Records, The Donkeys embarked on a month-long US Tour kicking off at home in San Diego and making it all the way to the Big Apple. We sent the five vintage-rockers out into the Fifty-Nifty with a few disposable cameras, which came back with evidence of why everybody dreams (at least a little) of being in a touring rock & roll band. Read More...

Event Coverage: 11/24/2008  

Art is Ageless

The purpose of the show: To remind Seniors that creativity is ageless. It is not limited to only the young. No matter the age, media or degree, creativity is a living, spiritual and vital human expression. Read More...

Artist Interview: 11/17/2008  

Justin Skeesuck : Design and Photography

Justin Skeesuck's design has influenced San Diego's creative culture more than you may know. Numerous album covers, event posters and even this fine website bear Skeesuck's meticulous eye for detail. Read More...