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Black Friday: A Reflection of American Consumerism Nov 28, 2014 An art show focusing on the most consumerist day of the year featuring works from Julia Gomez, Scott Genglebach, Melissa Graham and more. There will also be performance artists, acoustic music and poetry readings. Proceeds benefit The Buy Art Campaign. 55 other events on Friday, November 28
 
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New Christopher Nolan epic leads our rundown of movies screening around town
There She Goz
Turning the tables on the catcallers
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At SDSU Downtown Gallery, the artist will demonstrate his love of ideas rather than any one medium or message
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Stephen Hawking biopic leads our rundown of movies screening around town

 

 
 
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Monday, November 24,2014
The Short List

NoLI Nights Buon Natale, La Jolla Post-Modern Art Exhibit and Craft Beer & Cider Fest

Our top three picks of San Diego events this week

On Saturday, Nov. 29, during NoLI Nights Buon Natale (North Little Italy Nights Merry Christmas), folks can stroll down the sidewalk and check out art performances and a number of live musical acts at local businesses. 
Monday, November 17,2014
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Owl in the Daylight: A Tribute to Phillip K. Dick, Makers Arcade and Ingenious! The World of Dr. Seuss

Our top three picks of San Diego events this week

There’s a lot to like about Philip K. Dick. Even those who haven’t read the author’s inventive, reality-altering, science-fiction novels have likely encountered and enjoyed his work.
Monday, November 10,2014
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John Cleese, Pilobolus Dance Theater and Historic La Jolla Cultural Zone

Our top three picks of San Diego events this week

How does one become a comic legend? Fans of the now-iconic sketch-comedy troupe Monty Python have celebrated its co-creator and star John Cleese for decades.
Monday, November 3,2014
The Short List

San Diego Beer Week, San Diego Asian Film Festival and CicloSDias

Our top picks of San Diego events this week

With more than 500 events happening from Friday, Nov. 7, through Sunday, Nov. 16San Diego Beer Week can seem like anything from a little intimidating to downright insane and unapproachable.
Monday, October 27,2014
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Art After Dark: Freakshow Sideshow, Halloween Silent Movie Night and Maker's Market

Our top three picks of San Diego events this week

At the Art After Dark: Freakshow Sideshow, guests will experience human portraits painted on humans, extraordinary contorting, fortune telling, circus performers, beauty-shop freak-overs and underground dead-thing mashups.
Monday, October 20,2014
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Storytellers 6.0, Kitchen Ink: A Chef Tattoo, Guerilla Book Fair and Sally of the Sawdust

Our top picks of San Diego events this week

Intimate, themed pop-up dinners are nothing new, but the concepts behind two upcoming foodie events are so deliciously original that they deserved some extra ink.
Monday, October 13,2014
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The LMV Campaign Show, The BLVD Market and Science on the Rocks

Our top three picks of San Diego events this week

One of the messages that the Voting Rights Project wants to get across, particularly to a young and racially diverse population, is that local elections can sometimes be swayed by a small number of votes.
Monday, October 6,2014
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Parktoberfest, Thursday Night Thing and Creative Block

Our top three picks of San Diego events this week

When you think about it, it's definitely one of those "Well, duh," or even a "Why didn't I think of that?" kind of ideas. An Oktoberfest in South Park.
Monday, September 29,2014
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Archtoberfest, Gauguin to Warhol: 20th Century Icons from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and San Diego Night Market

Our top three picks of San Diego events this week

Archtoberfest kicks off with the annual Orchids & Onions affair, happening from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 2, at the San Diego Air and Space Museum in Balboa Park.
Monday, September 22,2014
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The Church, Adams Avenue Street Fair and Trolley Dances

Our top three picks of San Diego events this week

When Platt College art instructors Frank Luna and Mark Escobar moved into 2151 Logan Ave. on Aug. 1, they decided to make the space a blank canvas—literally.
 
 
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