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Soweto Gospel Choir Apr 16, 2014 Singing in English as well as a number of South African languages, the two-time Grammy Award-winning choir fuses traditional African gospel music—complete with occasional clicks and bird songs—with Western songs of celebration. 55 other events on Wednesday, April 16
 
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I don’t really go for the caged-wildlife thing to begin with

 

 
 
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Wednesday, February 27,2013
Letters

Letters: Gem was a gem

Our readers tell us what they think

By Nobody
Having just moved to San Diego, we’ve been catching up on the theater scene here. On Feb. 13, we saw Gem of the Ocean at the Cygnet Theatre in Old Town.
Wednesday, March 28,2012
Letters

Defending musician Thomas Graff and corrections

Our readers tell us what they think

By Nobody
Regarding the Great Demo Review in your March 7 Local Music Issue, I’m writing to offer a comment on the review of Thomas Graff’s demo, “Sample from ‘Included Intuition,’” because it contained little commentary on the music but a lot of criticism of the musician’s character.
Wednesday, August 25,2010
Letters

A clarification on last week's editorial and feedback from our readers

We clarify an editorial and our readers let us know what they think

By Nobody
Wednesday, July 21,2010
City Week

Stan Lee in San Diego and the rest of the best events this week

The Marvel man Stan Lee is featured in an art show, Jim Mahfood makes a stop at a local bar and the rest of our picks of San Diego events

The Marvel man Stan Lee is featured in an art show, Jim Mahfood makes a stop at a local bar and the rest of our picks of San Diego events
Wednesday, July 21,2010
Soundwaves

CD reviews of the latest from Big Boi, Sun Kil Moon and Uffie

Sir Lucious Left Foot is weird and wonderful and a few more thoughts on recent releases

Sir Lucious Left Foot is weird and wonderful and a few more thoughts on recent releases
Wednesday, July 21,2010
Nightgeist

Lights On finds success in NYC and more nightlife news

Indie-rockers Lights On had a good time in the Big Apple, Enrique experiences momma Griffin and a roundup of Comic-Con parties

Indie-rockers Lights On enjoyed a successful mini-tour of New York City last week, where they played three packed shows, along with locals New Mexico, in support of their new album, Here Comes the Ocean.They got a lot of good press, most notably from East Village Radio, Phillybased music critic Bruce Warren and prominent indie-music blog Brooklyn Vegan. “We actually did a lot better out in NYC than we did at our record release show here in SD,” guitarist / vocalist Timothy Hines says in a Facebook message.
Wednesday, July 21,2010
Letters

Our readers on traffic in Mission Valley and more

Letters from our readers this week include thoughts on traffic flow in Mission Valley and Lou Curtiss sounds off

Letters from our readers this week include thoughts on traffic flow in Mission Valley and Lou Curtiss sounds off
Wednesday, July 14,2010
Nightgeist

Pamela Anderson, Foursquare and more San Diego nightlife news

Enrique asks Pamela Anderson some burning questions, we look at how Foursquare is changing the nightlife scene and more

Enrique asks Pamela Anderson some burning questions, we look at how Foursquare is changing the nightlife scene and more
Wednesday, July 14,2010
Letters

The library, DeMaio and corrections

Our readers let us know what they think about the new library, Carl De Maio and a few CityBeat corrections

While “The big gamble” was an excellent title for your June 30 San Diego Central Library editorial, it could have also been titled “Wall Street by the Sea.” How dare the mayor and six City Council members gamble taxpayer money! Who do they think they are?
Wednesday, July 7,2010
Soundwaves

The Chemical Brothers, Danzig and Male Bonding

CD reviews of the latest from Chemical Brothers, Danzig and Male Bonding

CD reviews of the latest from Chemical Brothers, Danzig and Male Bonding
 
 
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