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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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Monday, April 14,2014
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Gooping like Gwyneth

Consciously uncoupling and self-improving, Paltrow-style

By Alex Zaragoza
Breakups blow, especially when there are hurt feelings and disappointment involved and that bitch Gwyneth Paltrow steals your breakup thunder.
Monday, March 10,2014
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Floating in heartbreak

Looking for answers in a sensory-deprivation tank

By Alex Zaragoza
Fans of floatation therapy do it for a number of reasons. Some go for stress relief and to achieve total relaxation, others do it to help with pain. I was there for the third reason floatation therapy has become popular: to allow your brain to be completely clear and focus on something with zero distractions.
Monday, February 10,2014
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A hot date with my vagina

Treat yourself—and your lady business—to some good lovin’

By Alex Zaragoza
I'll admit that my masturbation sessions usually involve lying in bed in a slovenly fashion with Parks & Recreation paused on the TV. It's not the sexiest thing in the world.
Monday, January 13,2014
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Women aren’t funny? Bitch, please!

Standing up to tired gender inequality with dick jokes

By Alex Zaragoza
"Women aren't funny." How many times have we heard that? When I hear it now, it's like seeing a laserdisc player. I think, This still exists?
Monday, December 16,2013
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Confronting fear by consulting the stars

An astrologist told me to trust my wine-soaked gut

By Alex Zaragoza
Fear is very hard to overcome when you feel vulnerable. Should I even trust my gut? That thing's probably pickled in wine and high-fructose corn syrup.
Tuesday, November 19,2013
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‘Cross City’ bridges San Diego and Tijuana

Art from both sides of the border on view at Voz Alta

By Alex Zaragoza
Adrian Garcia curated Cross City, a one-night-only exhibition featuring young, emerging artists from San Diego and Tijuana happening from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23, at Voz Alta Project (1754 National Ave. in Barrio Logan).
Monday, November 18,2013
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Barefoot and stoned in Hippieville

Boulder and my college roommate are delightfully kooky

By Alex Zaragoza
"That one looks like an elephant doing ballet. Or wait, no. It's playing a guitar. Hold up. I was wrong. It's a T-Rex smoking a joint. Dude, I'm super-fucking-high." This is a direct quote from an incredibly stoned version of me.
Wednesday, November 13,2013
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Thumbprint Gallery opens in Hillcrest

Welcome TPG2 to the Bamboo Lounge

By Alex Zaragoza
Uptown art lovers can breathe a sigh of relief for their gas tank now that Thumbprint has opened a second gallery in Hillcrest. Ladies and gents, welcome TPG2, located inside Bamboo Lounge (1475 University Ave.)
Wednesday, November 13,2013
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A Ship in the Woods faces possible demolition

Founders weigh the Del Mar art space's future

By Alex Zaragoza
A Ship in the Woods—the mid-century Del Mar home that’s served as an art space since 2010, hosting exhibitions, artists-in-residence, film screenings, live music and the occasional party—is in danger of being demolished.
Wednesday, October 30,2013
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Documenting East Village’s lost art spaces

16th Street Project shares photos and stories on Twitter and Instagram

By Alex Zaragoza
Adolfo Guzman-Lopez started the 16th Street Project, an Instagram and Twitter feed that documents the lost art spaces from the 1990s that existed along the street.
 
 
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