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Music of Zimbabwe Apr 21, 2014 Part of the SDSU World Music Series, San Diego-based ensemble Zimbeat performs the dynamic village music of Zimbabwe, Africa. 47 other events on Monday, April 21
 
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Documentary about ill-fated project leads our rundown of movies screening around town
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What could’ve been, what could be and what’s actually happening with the embattled 2015 celebration

 

 
 
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Tuesday, August 20,2013
Arts & Culture feature

San Diego’s emerging arts leaders speak

With the old guard entrenched, their careers are stuck in a holding pattern

By Justin Hudnall
There's been an increasing generational turnover in arts administrators—men and women in their 20s and 30s, often from, or educated in, other cities, largely motivated to work in the arts because of the ability it gives them to effect social change and community engagement
Wednesday, January 23,2013
Arts & Culture feature

A festival on the Fringe

San Diego’s set to join cities around the world with a celebration of adventurous performance art

By Justin Hudnall
Regardless of whether San Diego is really America’s Finest City or more like Kansas-by-the-bay, the weirdest, wildest and most experimental artists from around the world are going to converge on its streets.
Wednesday, October 24,2012
Arts & Culture feature

Meet the desperate characters of Mercer County

Jenna Ann MacGillis seeks to shed light on her family history and make performance more intimate in the process

By Justin Hudnall
In this age of disconnection and alienation, Jenna Ann MacGillis offers an opportunity for a select few to share in a little intimacy.
Tuesday, August 14,2012
News

Balboa Park water fight was a tragedy of the commons

A blow-by-blow, eyewitness account of what went down at the koi pond

By Justin Hudnall
The first problem to arise was predictable. Water guns run dry fast, and while several people brought jugs for refilling, the vast majority had not, and the principal preoccupation was how to keep the fun going.
 
 
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