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Wednesday, October 9,2013
Art & Culture

Head Crammers

Bombard your brain with these bits of brilliance

By CityBeat Staff
CityBeat staff recommends their current favorite pieces of pop-culture.
Wednesday, July 17,2013
Art & Culture

Five must-read fantasy comic books and graphic novels

San Diego experts give the recommendations

By Alex Zaragoza
For those who’ve devoured George R.R. Martin’s novels and the TV series they inspired and are thirsty for more fantasy reads, local experts recommend five fantasy comic books.
Wednesday, January 2,2013
Art & Culture

Watch this space

19 locations we’re keeping an eye on this year

By CityBeat Staff
Bread & Salt: The building at 1955 Julian Ave. in Logan Heights is bar-none the space for art to watch in the coming year. Public Architecture and Planning bought the 40,000-square-foot former Weber Bakery 10 months ago with plans to turn it into a community-focused center for the arts, says Public's James Brown.
Tuesday, September 1,2009
Art & Culture

Andrew Printer wants the gay population to stop settling down

San Diego photographer's exhibition challenges the gay community to fight for the right not to marry

By Seth Combs
Photographer Andrew Printer’s exhibition challenges the gay community to fight for the right not to marry
Tuesday, December 16,2008
Art & Culture

The show goes on for these two old clowns, Jerry Hager and Larry Keough

An end of old-school entertainment won’t stop these old pals from entertaining

By Kinsee Morlan
An end of old-school entertainment won’t stop these old pals from entertaining
Tuesday, June 17,2008
Art & Culture

Some of San Diego's top designers

Our city might not be a Mecca, but it’s certainly got its share of design devotees

By Kinsee Morlan, Justin Roberts, AnnaMaria Stephens
San Diego might not be a Mecca, but it’s certainly got its share of design devotees
Wednesday, December 13,2006
Art & Culture

David Cuzick and Meegan Nolan Cuzick are free as birds

The couple behind Magpie Gallery & Boutique are spreading their wings, closing shop and moving on

By Kinsee Morlan
The couple behind Magpie Gallery & Boutique are spreading their wings, closing shop and moving on
Wednesday, January 5,2005
Art & Culture

Petals on parade

San Diego photographer exposes 'taboo' subject matter

By Claire Caraska
Artists have long loved the female nude. The female genitalia, on the other hand is a different story. That “area” has been largely ignored in art, usually hidden or simply left bare and nondescript like a Barbie doll's crotch.
Wednesday, January 7,2004
Art & Culture

What a beautiful cataract you have

Making the case for the historic Pernicano's

By Troy Johnson
It's considered a gangrenous, hairy mole on the face of an otherwise gorgeous neighborhood—a leafy, STD fungus on Hillcrest's engorged metaphorical phallus of civic revitalization.

 
 
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