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Culture Report: Drawing Attention to the Homeless

Artist Neil Shigley's stark and beautiful work forces the Average Joe to confront the real stories of homelessness in San Diego. Plus, the best architects in San Diego history, can't-miss holiday stuff and more in our weekly culture round-up.

Culture Report: Will Kill for Food

The controversial Death for Food gets you front and center with your soon-to-be dinner. Plus, MCASD expansion, the San Diego Jazz Fest and Swing Extravaganza ahead and more in our weekly round-up of culture news.

Culture Report: ‘Hoods on Film

The tourism authority's new effort to showcase your fave neighborhoods, the unsinkable Diana Duval, what it's like behind the scenes at La Jolla Playhouse and more in our weekly culture round-up.

Culture Report: Aztec Brewing Artwork Finds a New Home

We almost lost the stunning murals inside long-gone Aztec Brewing Company. Now you can visit Logan Heights Library to see them for yourself. Plus, architect Irving Gill's eye-crossing work, Shakespeare for the masses and more in our weekly culture round-up.

Culture Report: Art Labs Are Awesome

Art San Diego's art fair gives creative types an innovative space, plus gift shop best ofs, SDMA's latest exhibition, your crash course in potions and more in our weekly culture round-up.

Culture Report: Beauty and the Border

Commissioning artists to fancy up the new port of entry, plus expressing complex (and sometimes angry) feelings about 'la linea' in a new art series in North Park, theater in non-traditional spaces, everything you need to prep for fall art offerings and more in our weekly culture roundup.

The Push for a Harassment-Free Comic-Con

Women who spend hours on costumes for Comic-Con often have much different experiences at the convention than men. A group of women wants Comic-Con to create a detailed harassment policy – and to make sure convention-goers know it exists.