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One on One Mar 01, 2015 More than 60 San Diego artists will display work at the newly restored historic Sterling Hardware building space. There will also be an unveiling of a two-story high "Fractals Series" mural by Monty Montgomery. 58 other events on Sunday, March 1
 
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Music

Iceage has a brutal mystique

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Copenhagen punks are open to interpretation

For Hills Like Elephants, it’s anything but Swift

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Local rockers explore the realm between indie and pop

Merchandise’s extreme midnight

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Florida indie-rockers get extra-dark on their new album

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Political ass-shaking Antibalas spurs more than dance-floor movements

News

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New bill would push hospitals to put pot-using patients on transplant waiting list

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California has the biggest sex-offender registry in the U.S.—for no good reason

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City-controlled nonprofit faces growing frustration from community groups

Patriots act

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Huge crowd seethes at John Ashcroft and his policies

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Councilmember David Alvarez calls for transparency on railroad restoration

Food & Drink

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Bo’s Seafood is fresh and honest

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Check out the best fish and chips outside of England

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Standouts include house-made mozzarella and a well-balanced panini

Arts & Culture

Head Crammers

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Watch this space

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Andrew Printer wants the gay population to stop settling down

By Seth Combs 9/01/2009

San Diego photographer's exhibition challenges the gay community to fight for the right not to marry

The show goes on for these two old clowns, Jerry Hager and Larry Keough

By Kinsee Morlan 12/16/2008

An end of old-school entertainment won’t stop these old pals from entertaining

 
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