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The Casbah’s 25th Anniversary Wrap Party Dec 21, 2014 The local music venue celebrates the end of its 25th year with live performances from The Burning of Rome, Barbarian and Low Volts. The outdoor rock show will also include food trucks and alcoholic beverages 62 other events on Sunday, December 21
 
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Tuesday, Aug 16, 2011 - CityBeat Podcasts

Taking a peak behind the Summer Salon Series 2011

Alexander Jarman tells us about the exciting series at the San Diego Museum of Art

By Kinsee Morlan
fall A scene from artist/filmmaker Ash Eliza Smith's film

For the 2011 Summer Salon Series, Alexander Jarman, programs manager at the San Diego Museum of Art, put out a call to artists, musicians and performers asking them to answer one simple question: What does a city need?

The answers he got can be seen, heard and experienced in the weekly summertime soirees that take over the museum every Thursday night from 5 to 9 p.m. through Sept. 1.

This week, I finally came up for air after burying my head in the CityBeat redesign (our new look launches this Wednesday, Aug. 17!) and edited a podcast with Jarman that I recorded a few months ago. From describing artist/filmmaker Ash Eliza Smith's venturous film project and touching on a few other exciting site-specific pieces that have gone down at the Summer Salon this year to giving us a little teaser for what's to come, Jarman gives us some insight into some of the programming.

If all goes well, the CityBeat podcast will continue once a week with perhaps a few small changes. Stay aboard and please don't forget to share this link with at least 10 of your friends. CityBeat is more than just a newspaper nowadays. 



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