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A Thousand Plates Mar 26, 2015 A juried art and design exhibition of SDSU student and faculty works dealing with food as subject. Includes a panel discussion with SeedBroadcast. 55 other events on Thursday, March 26
 
Film
New divorce drama leads our rundown of movies screening around town
Concerts
Bands coming to town and just-announced shows
Film
New heist film starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie deals in suave
News
Bill would require City Council approval of city-funded nonprofit's decisions
Seen Local
Organizers of the Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon in San Diego have a lot of work to do

 

 
 
From the Editor

Flush with excitement

A new CityBeat editor aims to carry the torch

Hi, I’m Ron, the new editor of San Diego CityBeat. In issues to come, this space won’t be focused on me. But there’s a new guy at the helm of this irreverent institution. So I’m going to introduce myself with some… potty humor.

By Ron Donoho
CityBeat Blogs
Canvassed | Art & culture

'Kin' navigates complexities of relationships

One actor steals the show at Ion Theatre

Hannah Logan was a San Diego Theatre Critics Circle award winner last month for her performance in 2014's creepy Bug, produced by Ion Theatre in Hillcrest. Logan is back in an Ion production, and she'...

 
Canvassed | Art & culture

Episode 26 - Sordid Tales the Podcast

Ed Decker talks with Jack Tempchin

Today on STP we have legendary songwriter and performer, Jack Tempchin. This is the man who wrote some of the Eagles' biggest hits such as "Peaceful Easy Feeling" and "Already Gone" as well as a whole...

 
CityBeat´s picks | Things to do this week
The Short List Authorized Mythologies, Bikes & Beers SD & more Take a journey into the mind of the pickup artist, the player. Is womanizing a learned behavior or a proclivity some guys are just born with?
Theater My Fair Lady a loverly night at the theater You can’t do justice to a production of My Fair Lady, the Broadway classic that doesn’t have a dud song in its entire musical score, without a full orchestra, right?
Film From amateur to master Not only a tale of one man’s love affair with music, Seymour: An Introduction also passionately argues the importance of craft in an artist’s progression from amateur to master.
 
Beer Club - House of Blues
San Diego Wing Week
 
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