We met Pete Panciera through the now online store Lone Flag, which has always been a community hub for creative connections in San Diego. Pete is the owner of Carlsbad-based
Katie Leonard has an innate, and studied, ability to draw people together — through beautifully crafted events, conversations and spaces. Her craft, “community building,” is one that seems to be
When we moved our office from Venice Beach in LA to Solana Beach in SD, we didn’t know Sam yet, but we knew about his businesses in the area. Sam
We met Jason Markow–aka TEKSTartist–through a serendipitous chain of on/offline events in 2017. He picked up a couple pair of glasses and wrote a fantastic article about his experience. We
Stephanie Beatriz has unique talent. You’re instantly captured with her charisma and warmth. She’s a kaleidoscope of kind, funny, smart and driven. It is clear how and why she’s become
Merrin Dungey is the epitome of someone who knows her craft. Just off of one of the most talked about shows on television–HBO’s Big Little Lies–her career has been on hyperdrive.
In a short amount of time, painter Denisse Wolf has fashioned a career most young artists covet. Despite having never signed with a broker or agent, she finds herself completely
Everyone has a dream job in mind. For Dana Harris, it’s reporting on the intersection of entertainment and culture. She is a veteran digital journalist based in Los Angeles who’s love
Artists are the original, quintessential rebels. Stretching across centuries and funneling through different mediums, whether it be music composition, fashion design, painting or sculpture–rebellion is a driving force for creativity.
Earlier this year, PAX Ceramics launched its debut tableware collection, Breakfast Club, with an embedded mission in mind: more joy, fewer things. But don’t be fooled by founder Mia Herron