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The Visual Language of Comics Jul 28, 2015 Cognitive scientist Neil Cohn discusses the visual language of sequential images that combines with text and how are brains understand this deeply rooted expressive system. 100 other events on Tuesday, July 28
City Councilmembers pen letters to SANDAG, Caltrans
Arts & Culture feature
Scalped in a freak accident, the glass artist isn’t letting fear crush her creativity
Arts & Culture feature
From SuicideGirls and Walking Dead haunted houses to superhero art shows and Nerdist carnivals, there’s plenty to do without a pass.
Top-notch Shakespeare at the Old Globe Theatre
All Things Tech
Legacy businesses, like MLB, can’t harness control forever


CityBeat Blogs
Canvassed | Art & culture

Annie Preece intertwines an octopus with an elephant

The Carlsbad Art Wall gets an awesome new paint job

Earlier this year, we watched Los Angeles-based artist bumblebeelovesyou paint a child playing with a cootie catcher on the east-facing outside wall of Señor Grubby’s. In May, Morley brought his in...

CityBeat Podcasts

Episode 28 - Sordid Tales the Podcast

Ed Decker talks with Berkley Hart

On this episode of STP we have the legendary singer/songwriter duo, Berkley Hart. Together they will render tales from the stage and road AND play a couple songs live in the studio. Oh, and if you're...

Well, That Was Awkward

Exposing the mystery of Patrón's Secret Dining Society

Sweaty costumes, celebrity chef Brian Malarkey and forced fun on a tequila train

I thought we were encouraged to wear costumes! It’s what I want to shout at everyone, standing on the corner of B Street and Kettner, giving me the side-eye. Everybody looks great: Ladies wear fancy cocktail dresses and heels; dudes wear button-ups. And here’s me, wearing the scorpion jacket Ryan Gosling wears in the movie, Drive.

By Ryan Bradford
CityBeat´s picks | Things to do this week
The Short List Summer Pops, Baja by the Sea and Suzie’s Farm Ben Folds is just one of several upcoming Summer Pops concerts that speaks to a younger, more adventurous audience.
Theater Time stands still for 'The Music Man'

Now in its seventh decade of productions, The Music Man remains a quaint, hearty Broadway musical, as much a time warp as the Year 1912 in River City, Iowa, in which it is set.

Film Wasting away in 'A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence' With A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence, Swedish director Roy Andersson concludes his trilogy about "being a human being," which began with 2000's Songs From the Second and 2007's You, the Living.
San Diego Burger Week