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23rd Annual Juried Exhibition Aug 01, 2014 Forty-three local artists' work will be on display including Margaret Noble, Portia Krichman and Amanda Rouse. Winners will be announced during the opening reception and chosen work remains on view through Aug. 30. 80 other events on Friday, August 1
 
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Kevin Faulconer should follow Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins’ lead
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New Roman Polanski flick leads our rundown of movies screening around town
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Casa Familiar suffers funding shortfalls and loses two of its three arts-and-culture employees
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Encinitas troupe’s latest production tops our coverage of local plays
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James Ward Byrkit’s sci-fi movie is clever, tenacious and deeply unsettling

 

 
 
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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
Wednesday, May 18,2005
Editor's Note

HOUSE WARMING

The House of Blues pisses off smokers, but few others

By Troy Johnson
The House of Blues pisses off smokers, but few others
Wednesday, May 18,2005
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WOMANLY KING AMONG KINGS

Instrumental guitarist Kaki King infiltrates the echelon of guitar gods

By Troy Johnson
Instrumental guitarist Kaki King infiltrates the echelon of guitar gods
Wednesday, May 18,2005
Editor's Note

LOCALS ONLY

Notes from the local music scene

By Scoop Stevens
Notes from the local music scene
Wednesday, May 11,2005
Editor's Note

An evening with San Diego's GOP mayoral candidates

I had to endure a lunatic before hearing from the GOP's mayoral hopefuls

By David Rolland
On Monday night I was subjected to a nauseating presentation at the downtown Hyatt, where county Republicans were unveiling a new line of GOP mayoral candidates. 
Wednesday, April 27,2005
Editor's Note

EDITORS NOTE

The hard way

By David Rolland
The hard way
 
 
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