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Meet the Curator: Tears of War: The Many Faces of Refugee Women Mar 31, 2015 Curator Anne Hoiberg and two of the refugee women featured in the current exhibition will discuss their contributions to efforts to end war through exhibitions, storytelling, activism, and resilience. 42 other events on Tuesday, March 31
 
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Wednesday, August 17,2011
Nightgeist

Polite pedaling

Courteous Mass & Critical Manners brings a new group bike ride to San Diego

By Alex Zaragoza
Penelope Robles, a secretary’s assistant from National City, felt it was time for a change. She’d heard about Courteous Mass, the Emily Post version of Critical Mass that promotes the same message, only with a hearty dollop of kindness.
Wednesday, August 10,2011
Nightgeist

Enrique on Logan Inn, his new column and more

This week, Enrique experiences all sorts of stuff

By Enrique Limon
It started innocently enough, in the Macy’s men’s casual department in the Plaza Bonita mall, where I met with my brother-from-another-madre, Down and Delirious in Mexico City author Daniel hernandez.
Wednesday, August 3,2011
Nightgeist

Enrique on National City Sports Lounge

This week, Enrique experiences prison-quality restrooms and chicken wire

By Enrique Limon
Google “Plum Loco Saloon” and news of a murder apparently happening there in 2008, along with a report of a woman being run over and killed after partying there last year, will appear.
Wednesday, August 3,2011
Nightgeist

Predictions for the San Diego Music Awards

Placing bets on five major categories

The San Diego Music Awards are full of surprises—podiums get stolen, cover bands pull a Kanye, singer-songwriters tell music writers to “suck my balls” in their acceptance speeches. But perhaps most surprising are the awards themselves:
Wednesday, July 27,2011
Nightgeist

Enrique's Q&A with Lalo Alcaraz

This week, Enrique interviews the creator of the La Cucaracha comic strip

By Enrique Limon

Wednesday, July 27,2011
Nightgeist

Swing Kids members together again

'90s hardcore favorites on reunion tour, Maren Parusel gets robbed and more local music news

By Peter Holslin
Members of the influential ’90s hardcore band are touring Europe, playing classic Swing Kids songs along with new material (joined by friend Nathan Joyner, not an original member).
Wednesday, July 20,2011
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2011 Comic-Con parties

A good and geeky party rundown

When Comic-Con recesses for the evening, San Diego damn-well better have some good and geeky goings-on to entertain the hoards of costume-wearing, light-saber-packing, Doctor Who-worshiping masses. Not to worry, average San Diegan, these after-hours events should be enough to keep the Klingons from rioting:
Wednesday, July 20,2011
Nightgeist

Enrique on Eddie & The Puppet Divas

This week, Enrique experiences plush puppets

By Enrique Limon
For some gay men, making a living by having your hand up someone’s ass is nothing short of a dream. For Eddie Green, it’s a reality.
Wednesday, July 20,2011
Nightgeist

Mainline takes off at Spin

Dubstep heads launch a new bass music series, Kut U Up reunite and more local music news

By Peter Holslin
Dub Dorado, El Dorado’s dubstep series, has gotten so popular that the organizers are teaming up with other bass-music heads to launch a new event at the much-bigger Spin Nightclub in Middletown.
Wednesday, July 6,2011
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Enrique on hostels

This week, Enrique experiences an art show at Hostelling International

By Enrique Limon
Convenient, cheap and filled with travelers who, after a few Heinekens, tend to go both ways, hostels are perfect spots to catch some Zs, get an insider’s P.O.V. while visiting a new city and shower with new friends.
 
 
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