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Nite Owls: The Darkroom Apr 24, 2014 A fun music and art mixer for 21to 40-somethings. This one includes a discussion with photographer Omar Lopez, a DJ playing old jazz records, collaborative art projects and darkroom photography activities. 60 other events on Thursday, April 24
 
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Why the city can’t maintain enough emergency trucks
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Meet ‘Jackie,’ one of the many faces of sex-trafficking
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Documentary about ill-fated project leads our rundown of movies screening around town
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Ten bucks an hour just ain’t enough

 

 
 
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Party in a new public space, giggle with Amy Schumer and more to do this week

Our weekly Red List round-up

Digable to-doThe Irving Company recently renovated the public space at the base of One American Plaza, the 34-story building on Broadway between India Street and Kettner Boulevard, Downtown, and the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD), which shares the block, will celebrate by spearheading a free, two-day schedule of events on Friday and Saturday, April 25 and 26. Public2 (Public Squared) will kick off from 5 to 9 p.m. on Friday with museum tours, cocktails, live music by Westside Infle... More

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Occu-pot

Prospective San Diego medical marijuana dispensary owners camp out for permits

About a dozen people milled around Tuesday across ... More

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San Diego artist turns car recall into an opportunity for art

Kevin Six's recalled 2007 Chevy Cobalt to be transformed into a mobile gallery filled with messages to General Motors

The last time San Diego actor, activist and artist... More

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A guide to Record Store Day 2014 in San Diego

In-stores, swag and other notable happenings

Tomorrow—Saturday, April 19—is that chaotic, f... More

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Sarah Boot tracks down Lorie Zapf at contentious candidate forum

City Council District 2 race heat up

What does a voter need to do to get a debate aroun... More

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Things to do this week | Events, movies and theater
The Short List Makers Arcade, Adams Avenue Unplugged and Filmatic Festival The handmade revolution continues, producing edibles and items for the socially conscious consumer. Why buy a candle at a big-box store when your neighbor pours high-quality wax?
Theater ‘Water by the Spoonful’ takes on demons at The Old Globe

Water by the Spoonful, the second play in Quiara Alegria Hudes’ three-work Elliot Cycle, continues the story of Puerto Rican Elliot Ortiz, an honorably discharged Marine who served in Iraq and returns to America with a fair share of personal demons.

Film Will the Ken Cinema close or merely be transformed? Last week, news broke that the iconic Ken Cinema would close its doors on April 27. In a statement, Landmark Theaters said it "was not able to negotiate an acceptable new lease with the landlord."
 
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