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Green Flash Beer Pairing Dinner May 26, 2015 A six course dinner created by barleymash executive chef Kevin Templeton and paired with various beers from Green Flash Brewing Company. 64 other events on Tuesday, May 26
From the Editor
The taxpaying citizens of San Diego should not pay for a new stadium
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Providence duo are busting eardrums for the long haul
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The media artist/designer wants women to challenge the idea of what’s expected of them
Lawsuit challenges city-funded nonprofit’s authority to make land-use decisions
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The third in our series on the artists awarded grants through the Creative Catalyst Fund


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Episode 27 - Sordid Tales the Podcast

Ed Decker chats with comedian, Rob Deez

On this episode of Sordid Tales the Podcast we may or may not have rapper, rhymer, comedian Rob Deez, who we may or may not have interviewed and who may or may not have played some songs in the studio...

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In the Valle de Guadalupe for a history of carnitas

MEAT San Diego event with Dona Esthela and Javier Plascencia

In last year’s Food Issue, I wrote about my experience killing a pig for food and the importance of using every last bit of meat on a beast that gives its life for our sustenance. In the Dec. 3, 201...

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Future uncertain for UCSD’s University Art Gallery

After nearly 50 years, faculty and staff fear next two shows will be the last for a while

Merete Kjaer received her notice on April 15. The assistant director at the UC San Diego University Art Gallery is being let go, because, as she tells it, the visual arts faculty and the new dean of Arts and Humanities couldn't agree on a way to keep funding for the gallery. 

By Seth Combs
CityBeat´s picks | Things to do this week
The Short List LGBT Film Festival, Arts & Amps & more For nearly two decades, FilmOut San Diego has done a stellar job of spotlighting under-the-radar, LGBT-focused cinema that may have otherwise never been seen on the big screen.
Theater 'Arms and the Man' skewers love and war With its sumptuous 19th-century costumes (designed by David Israel Reynoso) and applause-eliciting sets (scenic design by Ralph Funicello), the Old Globe’s production of George Bernard Shaw’s Arms and the Man has pizzazz to spare.
Film 'Dark Star: H.R. Giger’s World' is a flaccid portrait of genius Dark Star: H.R. Giger’s World, which opens Friday, May 22, at the Ken Cinema, remains content to simply sit back and listen rather than engage with the subject and his legendary canon of controversial work.
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