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Del Mar Mile Family Fun Run Nov 27, 2014 Kickoff Thanksgiving with a one mile run on the racetrack with a portion of the proceeds benefit Helen Woodward Animal Center and their equestrian therapy program. 46 other events on Thursday, November 27
 
Film
New Christopher Nolan epic leads our rundown of movies screening around town
Theater
First production by the latest troupe to launch in San Diego leads our rundown of local plays
Editorial
Bring it with you on Nov. 4
News
More than 3 years after his death, a jury will decide if it could have been prevented

 

 
 
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Tuesday, November 25,2014
If I Were U

Alice Cooper, Nas and more San Diego concerts

Meat Puppets, Captured by Robots, Into It. Over It. and all the other shows we’re stoked about this week

By Jeff Terich
Alice Cooper has added golfer and restaurateur to his résumé since his ’70s heyday, but he’s still the greatest villain in rock ’n’ roll. 
Tuesday, November 25,2014
Notes from the Smoking Patio

Brick by Brick launches a new metal DJ night

Metal Mondays kicks off in December

By Jeff Terich
Since reopening earlier this year, the Morena venue Brick by Brick has consistently been booking a lot of high-profile hard-rock and metal bands, but on Dec. 1, it’ll launch a weekly event specifically for metalheads: Metal Mondays.
Tuesday, November 25,2014
Notes from the Smoking Patio

7 great San Diego cover songs

Local takes on tunes by Radiohead, The Velvet Underground, The Misfits and others

By Jeff Terich
This week is a time to give thanks, and right now I’m feeling particularly thankful for all the great cover songs our city has produced. 
Wednesday, November 19,2014
Music feature

Alvvays keep jangle-pop alive

Toronto quintet stay true to DIY and C86

By Jeff Terich
In the summer of 2013, Canadian indie rockers Alvvays (pronounced “always”) were rounding out two years of living in Toronto after relocating from Nova Scotia and had slowly amassed an album’s worth of studio recordings. 
Tuesday, November 18,2014
If I Were U

Love Revisited, Kevin Morby and more San Diego concerts

Island Boy, Flaggs, Frontier Ruckus and all the other shows we’re stoked about this week

By Jeff Terich
Love Revisited are helmed by original Love guitarist Johnny Echols, and they’re performing the entirety of Forever Changes.
Tuesday, November 18,2014
Notes from the Smoking Patio

Members of El Monte Slim form new band

Ypsitucky will play a debut show this month

By Jeff Terich
Country / folk group El Monte Slim are on hiatus right now, but while that band has taken a break, three of its members have started up a new outfit called Ypsitucky. 
Tuesday, November 18,2014
Notes from the Smoking Patio

7 great quotes from Al Howard's book

A sampling of ‘An Autobiography of No One’

By Jeff Terich
Al Howard recently released a new book of lyrics and stories, An Autobiography of No One, and it’s full of some gold-medal zingers (and more earnest, serious parts, of course).
Tuesday, November 11,2014
If I Were U

Flying Lotus, J Mascis and more San Diego concerts

Blonde Redhead, Single Mothers, Lord Dying and all the other shows we’re stoked about this week

By Jeff Terich
Earlier this year, I saw Flying Lotus do a trippy, beat-heavy live set at FYF Fest, and though it was essentially just one dude and his electronic devices, it was a hell of a lot of fun.
Tuesday, November 11,2014
Notes from the Smoking Patio

Hanging from the Rafters leave San Diego

Electro / rock trio is relocating to New York City

By Jeff Terich
Another band has pulled up stakes and left San Diego. Hanging from the Rafters have announced, via Facebook, a relocation to New York City after spending three years performing in California.
Tuesday, November 11,2014
Notes from the Smoking Patio

Hideout make a deceptively big sound on debut

‘Rookie’ is much more expansive than sum of its parts

By Jeff Terich
Cory Stier is a man with his hand in quite a few different projects. When he’s not playing drums in San Diego’s Mrs. Magician or New York’s Cults, he’s booking talent at Soda Bar.
 
 
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