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North Park After Dark Aug 21, 2014 Over 30 businesses, from galleries to boutiques, will remain open until 9 p.m. and offering specials, refreshments and entertainment. 79 other events on Thursday, August 21
Re-casting the original trilogy with local politicos
How one case study could potentially transform City Heights
Former customs agent got more than seven years for smuggling drugs and people into the U.S., but mysterious events are raising questions about the government’s prosecution
Well, That Was Awkward
Spooky hell, urine baptisms and other memories exorcised by the Broadway play
Joe Swanberg’s new independent film starring Anna Kendrick leads our rundown of movies screening around town


Fall Arts

Fall Arts 2013

The season’s best offerings in music, dance, theater, art, film and literature

We think we do a damn fine job of supporting the arts in San Diego throughout the year, but each September, we like to give the town's cultural events a little extra push.

By CityBeat Staff
Fall Arts Patricia Rincon choreographs The Che Café’s history SEP 24 | By Alex Zaragoza Dance company interprets edgy UCSD venue’s past
Fall Arts Glottalopticon puts a new spin on opera SEP 24 | By Jeff Terich Next up in Space 4 Art series: operatic takes on homophobia and Charles Darwin
Fall Arts ‘Romeo and Juliet’—now with Jeff Buckley! SEP 24 | By David L. Coddon Old Globe Theater weaves cult favorite into Shakespeare’s classic tragedy
Fall Arts San Diego Asian Film Festival programs with purpose SEP 24 | By Glenn Heath Jr. Annual cinema event expertly bookends it upcoming series
Fall Arts Years of yearning pay off for poet Manuel Paul Lopez SEP 24 | By Jim Ruland Local writer to appear at San Diego City College International Book Fair
Fall Arts Our region’s history, in Doug Simay’s head SEP 24 | By Kinsee Morlan Oceanside Museum of Art to exhibit longtime art collector’s pieces