Lisa Deaderick

Writer

Lisa Deaderick writes about influential San Diegans for the One-on-One series that runs on Saturday and Sunday. She also covers local events for Night & Day, and the South + East County section on Thursday. A Chula Vista native, Lisa graduated from Bethune-Cookman University in Florida and Columbia University in New York, and has worked at the San Diego Union-Tribune since 2008.

Recent Articles

  • GI Film Festival will highlight local military culture

    GI Film Festival will highlight local military culture

    The stories of the women and men who serve in the military will be showcased next week when the GI Film Festival kicks off next week in San Diego. From documentaries and feature films to shorts and narratives, watch stories about women who overcame discrimination or sexual assault, veterans healing...

  • Art beat: October gallery and exhibit openings

    Art beat: October gallery and exhibit openings

    Gallery and exhibit openings in San Diego during the month of October include "Wendy Maruyama: The Wildlife Project" at the  Oceanside Museum of Art, "Annual Open Studios San Diego" at The Studio Door and "7 Steps Forward, 7 Steps Back" at Fallbrook Art Center. 10.1-31: "San Diego Watercolor Society...

  • #TBSD: Eccentric British designer Zandra Rhodes punks up the San Diego Opera

    #TBSD: Eccentric British designer Zandra Rhodes punks up the San Diego Opera

      Her imagination and artistic vision toward the unconventional are what attracts admirers and collaborators to fashion designer Zandra Rhodes. At the beginning of her career, she left Great Britain for New York, where she managed to show her designs to Diana Vreeland, the acclaimed editor of Vogue...

  • Celebrate bacon with beer and more bacon

    No, there won't be turkey bacon (the organizers refuse to acknowledge its existence). And, no, there will be no vegetarian options. Be prepared to partake in the saltiness and smokiness from the belly of the porker with an entire day filled with bacon and beer at the San Diego Bacon Fest. VIP guests...

  • Stomping up a good time in Julian

    Kick off those shoes, roll up those pants legs and show up dressed as Lucille Ball or your favorite Italian character to celebrate the Julian Grape Stomp Festa. Adults and kids can climb into a barrel of grapes and squish away. The celebration will also feature Italian music by Roman Holiday, a...

  • Taking pride in making people laugh

    Taking pride in making people laugh

    The class clown. In middle school, voted "most likely to use mashed potatoes for comedy instead of eating." Jesse Suphan has always been the funny guy who loves to make people laugh. After catching a touring show of Second City and getting his ticket upgraded from the cheap seats to the front row,...

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