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TNT (Thursday Night Thing) Mar 05, 2015

Dive deeper into the art with tours, art-making activities, live music on the plaza, tasty cocktails, and bites from Green Food Truck in celebration of MCASD's newest exhibition Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui.

57 other events on Thursday, March 5
 
Editorial
Why does everyone suddenly want to turn San Diego into an amusement park?
Seen Local
Long-running monthly art walk has someone new at the helm
Music feature
A step-by-step guide to achieving fame and fortune from the godfather of trap
The Floating Library
Reviews of ‘‘You Who Read Me with Passion Now Must Forever Be My Friends’ by Dorothy Iannone and ‘Binary Star’ by Sarah Gerard
Film
Ana Lily Amirpour’s western vampire film leads our rundown of movies screening around town

 

 
 
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Wednesday, August 24,2005
Editor's Note

AUDITING

the auditors

By Daniel Strumpf
the auditors
Wednesday, August 24,2005
Editor's Note

HUNTER'S ASHES

Dedicated fan treks from San Diego to Aspen to see the late Dr. Gonzo shot out of a cannon

By Jake Rose
Dedicated fan treks from San Diego to Aspen to see the late Dr. Gonzo shot out of a cannon
Wednesday, August 24,2005
Editor's Note

LETTERS

Feedback from our readers

Feedback from our readers
Wednesday, August 17,2005
Editor's Note

SAY (WINE AND) CHEESE

The ol' pair is more complex than you think

By Joshua Sibelman
The ol' pair is more complex than you think
Wednesday, July 13,2005
Editor's Note

Sausage party

Examining the case against Zucchet and Inzunza

By David Rolland
“Honest services.” The words are not only in the language of one of the charges against San Diego City Councilmembers Ralph Inzunza and Mike Zucchet—conspiracy to deprive citizens of honest services via wire fraud—they concisely say what the whole case is about. Honesty. 
Wednesday, May 25,2005
Editor's Note

LIKE GOLDILOCK'S SOUP

KPBS general manager's take on Tomlinson

By David Rolland
KPBS general manager Doug Myrland is nothing if not diplomatic. His words are precise and chosen carefully; he doesn't seem prone to hyperbole.
Wednesday, May 18,2005
Editor's Note

Communication breakdown

At least one retirement board member may—finally—have gotten the information he needed to hand over attorney-client documents

By David Rolland
At least one retirement board member may—finally—have gotten the information he needed to hand over attorney-client documents
Wednesday, May 18,2005
Editor's Note

LETTERS

Feedback from our readers

Feedback from our readers
Wednesday, May 18,2005
Editor's Note

SAN DIEGO MUNCHWho’s next?

All we need now is someone unlike likeable Dick Murphy

By Ms. Beak
All we need now is someone unlike likeable Dick Murphy
Wednesday, May 18,2005
Editor's Note

ALL MY CRAZY BROS

Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme seems to thrive on the instability around him

By Troy Johnson
Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme seems to thrive on the instability around him
 
 
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