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Kinsee Morlan


Kinsee Morlan has been covering arts and culture in San Diego and Tijuana for over a decade. She's currently the engagement editor and author of the Culture Report at Voice of San Diego. Morlan's got two young, beautiful boys and a bearded, craft-beer-loving husband. She lives in Lemon Grove, a quirky suburb of San Diego.

The U.S.-Mexico border has been the site of bold art actions, exhibitions and performances that have tackled themes like immigration, human rights and binational policies.
There are now more women leading major arts organizations here than ever. For many of the institutions, it’s just the first or second time a woman has been at the helm.
January 5, 2017 at 7:07 AM PST
Chicano Park activists have a name picked out for a future museum, and a website. What they don’t have is a building -- that’s where they hope the city steps in.
May 10, 2016 at 4:26 PM PDT