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Anthony Doerr Jul 30, 2014 The award winning author will be in conversation with The Book Catapult’s Seth Marko about Doerr's 10-years-in-the-making novel WWII novel, All The Light We Cannot See. 62 other events on Wednesday, July 30
 
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Wednesday, October 2,2013
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Welcome, Sixes and Sevens

New collective wants to nurture Chula Vista artists

By Alex Zaragoza

The Chula Vista art scene is often ignored by San Diegans, but a new group hopes to change that. Sixes and Sevens Artists Collective is bringing together emerging artists based primarily in southern San Diego County.

Wednesday, October 2,2013
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Punk, rap and tats

Let our Hit List guide your nighttime activities

By Alex Zaragoza
First, The Void (3519 El Cajon Blvd. in City Heights) introduces a new hardcore-rap night to the mix. B.Y.S., which I can only assume stands for “Butt-shaking? Yes, Sir!,” kicks off Thursday, Oct. 3
Wednesday, September 25,2013
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Canvas Gallery—a new experimental art space for San Diego

Its first show, ‘Afterfuture,’ will open Sept. 28

By Alex Zaragoza
Canvas is located in the space once occupied by Zepf Alt Gallery (1150 Seventh Ave., Downtown). Allen wants to create a venue that will focus on experimental installation, performance and visual art.
Wednesday, September 18,2013
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Bret Barrett's kinetics are weirdly cool

See his latest collection in ‘Engineered Truths and Time Traveled Devices’

By Alex Zaragoza
Hanging out in Bret Barrett’s Downtown studio is like hanging out at a kooky toy maker’s wacky workshop, or maybe the bedroom of Sid Phillips, the crazy neighbor kid from Toy Story who has a penchant for dissecting toys to make freakish re-creations.
Wednesday, September 11,2013
The Hit List

Mad Decent and mad cocktails

Let our Hit List guide your nighttime activities

By Alex Zaragoza
Sunday, Aug. 25, was a sad day for club rats. Miley Cyrus’ poor twerking skills, showcased during her performance on MTV’s Video Music Awards, threatened to make the booty-popping dance move epically uncool.
Wednesday, September 4,2013
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‘Nounphotography’ looks at people, places and things

Jose A. Jimenez Jr.’s show at Voz Alta explores the border region

By Alex Zaragoza
Voz Alta Project (1754 National Ave. in Barrio Logan) is holding a retrospective exhibition of Jose A. Jimenez’s work, called Person, Place & Thing—Nounphotography, which opens with a reception starting at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 6.
Wednesday, September 4,2013
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Enter the 619 chambers

Let our Hit List guide your nighttime activities

By Alex Zaragoza
A good rap night ain’t nothin’ to fuck with. I mean, twerking is pretty much dead, thanks to Miley Cyrus’ embarrassing popping skills, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t dip it low on a dance floor to positively twerkable tunes.
Wednesday, August 21,2013
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Metaphysics at Monarch Fine Art

Miguel Angel Godoy’s ‘Pull Together, Push Apart’ explores Hindu beliefs

By Alex Zaragoza
Spray paint has shaped Miguel Angel Godoy’s life in a profound way, starting in 1995, when he was a middle-schooler—only, back then, he used cans to get high.
Wednesday, August 21,2013
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Shop on, party on

Let our Hit List guide your nighttime activities

By Alex Zaragoza
You’ve heard the old “women be shopping” joke. I mean, yes. Women do be shopping, but let’s be fair. Everyone be shopping. It’s not like men are walking around wearing burlap sacks as clothing.
Wednesday, August 14,2013
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Total newbs

Let our Hit List guide your nighttime activities

By Alex Zaragoza
It’s nice when new stuff pops up in the local bar scene. While I enjoy a glass of wine (or six) while watching one (or four) episodes of [insert TV show title here], putting on pants and checking out a new nighttime establishment also has its merits
 
 
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