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TNT (Thursday Night Thing) Mar 05, 2015

Dive deeper into the art with tours, art-making activities, live music on the plaza, tasty cocktails, and bites from Green Food Truck in celebration of MCASD's newest exhibition Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui.

57 other events on Thursday, March 5
 
Editorial
Why does everyone suddenly want to turn San Diego into an amusement park?
Seen Local
Long-running monthly art walk has someone new at the helm
The Floating Library
Reviews of ‘‘You Who Read Me with Passion Now Must Forever Be My Friends’ by Dorothy Iannone and ‘Binary Star’ by Sarah Gerard
Film
Ana Lily Amirpour’s western vampire film leads our rundown of movies screening around town
Canvassed | Art & culture
Niki de Saint Phalle's sculpture garden is the perfect backdrop for a sweet surprise

 

 
 
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Wednesday, November 23,2011
Seen Local

San Diego's Game Empire is a lair of love

Freaks, geeks and families flock to a Kearny Mesa strip mall for ultimate gaming glory

By Seth Combs
It’s just another day at Game Empire, the Kearny Mesa store where people with a predilection for roleplaying and fantasy-style games have been congregating for more than a decade.
Wednesday, November 16,2011
Soundwaves

A new EP from Gran Sasso

Local indie-rock band in dire need of a sound all its own

By Seth Combs
It might be unfair to judge this newish band by what ncould be considered clear influences. But if they can’t channel those ninfluences into something less referential, then their music is fair ngame for a bad review.
Wednesday, November 16,2011
Shot on Scene

A Landlord Jim's reunion

By Seth Combs
I was telling someone just the other day how much I miss Landlord Jim’s
Wednesday, November 9,2011
Notes from the Smoking Patio

A tribute to Jordan Hammond

Reflections on a dear friend—and one of San Diego’s best musicians

By Seth Combs
I first met Hammond when I was sitting in my car in the parking lot at the Educational Cultural Complex in Southeast San Diego, when he stealthily approached and asked, “Hey man, are you listening to the new Koalbum?”
Wednesday, November 9,2011
Shot on Scene

Fashion Whore's still going strong

By Seth Combs
Despite six years at the same location and Saturday night’s models looking like extras from a Fischerspooner concert, Fashion Whore is still going strong at The Ruby Room. Attendance was a bit sp
Wednesday, November 9,2011
Music feature

Peter Wolf Crier is boringly fantastic

Minnesota folk duo just wants its music to speak for itself

By Seth Combs
For Peter Wolf Crier, no angle could be more important than whether the listener wants to listen to their music.
Wednesday, November 2,2011
Shot on Scene

Halloween weekend in the Gaslamp

By Seth Combs
On any given weekend, walking around the Gaslamp after last call makes for some great people watching. Often resembling some kind pre-walk-of-shame ritual, you’re pretty much guaranteed to see pl
Wednesday, October 26,2011
Soundwaves

Rob Crow’s back

Pinback member delivers a clever and spirited solo album

By Seth Combs
There’s just nothing particularly polarizing about the guy; the closest he’s ever gotten to offensiveness is naming his tongue-in-cheek metal side-project Goblin Cock.
Wednesday, October 26,2011
Shot on Scene

Spin jumps on the dubstep bandwagon

By Seth Combs
Sorry, that’s not Paul Wall and, no, he’s not dating Scary Spice. It’s just a guy who thinks mouth grills are still cool and a go-go dancer who’s a wee bit past her prime (pilates
Wednesday, October 19,2011
Notes from the Smoking Patio

San Diego bands grapple with national buzz shortage

Some leave for a shot at the big time; others stay and make the best of it

By Seth Combs
It’s a dispiriting thing to see one of San Diego’s best bands or artists pack up and leave for a more buzz-friendly city like L.A. or Austin, only to blow up once they get there. I
 
 
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