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Shane Mauss blends science and stand-up for a unique showShane Mauss was tired of the usual stand-up routine.“I had gotten breaks early on my career,” he says. “I did the traditional route of doing late-night television, getting on Comedy Central, a lot of fun stuff for a young comedian.“It …

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This New Year’s Eve is special, marking the dawn of a new decade. To celebrate, San Diego is offering plenty of opportunities from family time at Legoland California, hanging with four-legged companions at area venues or downing craft beer at local breweries.Want to get dressed up in your fi…

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In Terrence Malick’s harrowing new WWII drama, “A Hidden Life,” the majestic green valleys and epic mountain ranges of Radegund provide an epic natural backdrop for the internal struggle of conscientious objector Franz Jägerstätter (played by August Diehl). During the Nazi occupation of Aust…

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Nick Offerman wants to make people think—and laugh

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Pressing questions about flirting bartenders and Facebook blood feuds

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‘63 Up’ continues legacy of Paul Almond’s films

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Trey Edwards Shults seems to think that life exists only in a heightened state of anxiety. Even though his 2015 debut, “Krisha,” takes place in suburbia, it might as well be a combat film; what should be a hopeful reunion between one woman and her estranged family turns into a holiday massac…

“Cambodian Rock Band” is a stirring work of theater that comes along not nearly enough. Its intuition for creating moments on the stage is keen, its comingling of insight and emotion rare. What Lauren Yee’s play may accomplish most artfully, however, is juxtaposing tragedy on both a mass and…

When Jason Mewes brings his costar Kevin Smith to the Balboa Theatre on Wednesday, December 4 for the “Jay and Silent Bob Reboot Roadshow,” he hopes for one thing—to be entertaining.

Soft light melted through thin ice windows onto innocent faces. Cornel Fodoreanu, who goes by C. Fodoreanu, stood humbly in his new photography studio in the Arts District Library Station in Point Loma.

In 1942, Gordon Hirabayashi, an American of Japanese heritage, stood on principle and defied a U.S. government order to “sign up” for a wartime internment camp. His case would go all the way to the Supreme Court.

Combating big crowds, being subjected to mall madness, trapped in parking lot chaos, and trying to find the extraordinary versus the ordinary.

Looking back, Disney supervising animator Justin Sklar says his team would not have been able pull off its work on “Frozen II” when the first film was released six years ago.