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Wednesday, November 3,2010
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Eliot Greenwald

The guy behind the many faces on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

Wednesday, October 20,2010
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Ben Darby

The guy behind the exploding hair-dryer mandala on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

By Kinsee Morlan
Wednesday, October 6,2010
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Jocelyn Duke

The woman behind the funny words on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

By Kinsee Morlan
Wednesday, September 22,2010
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Martha Martin

The artist behind the mascara-stained tears on the front page of CityBeat this week

By Kinsee Morlan
Wednesday, September 15,2010
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Greg Brotherton

The guy behind the menacing bishop on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

By Kinsee Morlan
Wednesday, August 25,2010
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Brian Hebets

The guy behind the stressed-out tree on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

By Kinsee Morlan
Wednesday, August 18,2010
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Katie Scott

The girl who made and modeled the stork head on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

By Kinsee Morlan
The “Yellow-Billed-Stork-Ballerina” on the cover of CityBeat is actually a photo of artist Katie Scott wearing a stork-head mask she made by hand. She also fashioned the tutu from old plastic bags, and her husband, a commercial photographer, snapped the photo.
Wednesday, August 11,2010
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Andrea Rushing

The guy behind the beautiful zombie on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

By Kinsee Morlan
Wednesday, August 4,2010
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Jack Stricker

The guy behind the old man on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

By Kinsee Morlan
Wednesday, July 28,2010
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Richard Salcido

The guy behind the girl with the familiar nose on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

By Kinsee Morlan
San Diego artist Richard Salcido isn’t a big fan of talking about himself or his work. He describes the painting on this week’s CityBeat cover, “Get Like Me,” as “just another piece” and would rather have you derive your own meaning rather than try to explain anything himself.
 
 
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