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Aug. 24 2016
Don’t even try to analyze why anyone does anything in Shakespeare’s scattershot comedy Love’s Labor’s Lost. Just sit back (warning you, it’s a lengthy sit), enjoy the summer...
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Aug. 24 2016
“The Internet was a wonderful invention. It was a wonderful network which people used to remind other people that they were awful pieces of shit.” It’s a hell of a way to start a novel,...
Lo-and-Behold
Aug. 24 2016
Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World is more quaint and pedestrian by comparison, ironic considering its vast subject matter—the Internet. Herzog’s latest documentary curiously uncovers...
LaTierraylaSombra
Aug. 23 2016
Exitos del Cine Latino, presented by the San Diego Latino Film Festival, is a seven-day event showcasing 14 documentary and narrative films from around the world
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Aug. 23 2016
Ducky Waddle's Emporium, the Encinitas storefront that specializes in limited edition books, art prints and kitschy gifts, will permanently close according to the store's Facebook page and an email newsletter...
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Aug. 23 2016
Since its founding, the goal of the City Heights-based organization has been to enable self-expression and social change through the power of photography
meteor2-web
Aug. 17 2016
Two married couples get together, with booze, and the outrageous happens. No, this isn’t Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf ?
kiarostami
Aug. 16 2016
Before his recent death on July 4, filmmaker, photographer and poet Abbas Kiarostami spent nearly five decades experimenting with the cinematic form
kubo
Aug. 16 2016
Film openings and one-time-only showings around town
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Aug. 16 2016
I recently had a rather unpleasant encounter with a local artist who was upset with me for giving an exhibition he helped coordinate a bad review
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Aug. 16 2016
The concept of something being "generational" is very important to Curtis Micklish. The owner of the namesake design and wood home-wares studio says he was taught to create things that would stand the...
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Aug. 10 2016
You need not comprehend high finance or know what buying and selling “junk” is to be pretty much blown away by La Jolla Playhouse’s world premiere of Ayad Akhtar’s Junk: The Golden...
HellorHighWater
Aug. 9 2016
Hell or High Water begins with an impressive long take depicting the tense moments before Toby (Chris Pine) and Tanner Howard (Ben Foster) rob the first of multiple West Texas banks
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Aug. 9 2016
During many improv performances, the comedians in Don't Think Twice feed off each other's words, facial expressions and tone
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Aug. 9 2016
In this semi-regular department, we ask some of our favorite local artists and creative types what artists or new shows are worth checking out
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Aug. 9 2016
It goes without saying that a lot of sweat goes into the works of Jean Lowe and Kim MacConnel, but the two artists are positively glistening as they attempt to put the finishing touches on their new collaborative...
pessoa
Aug. 8 2016
When Walt Whitman famously wrote, "I contain multitudes" in Song of Myself, he was speaking metaphorically. But Fernando Pessoa, Lisbon's everyman, truly did contain a multitude of personas, and you don't...
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Aug. 3 2016
Beautiful is not only an entertaining musical biography of the incomparable Carole King, but a retrospective on the gifted songwriters of the ’60s
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Aug. 2 2016
It's a sad day in hell (or Gotham) when the most interesting thing about your movie is Jared Leto's demonic cackle
innocents
Aug. 2 2016
The Innocents takes in place in 1945 rural Poland immediately after Russian forces have driven out the Nazis. Once a volatile war zone, the barren landscape now seems stuck in rigor mortis
“The Internet was a wonderful invention. It was a wonderful network which people used to remind other people that they were awful pieces of shit.” It’s a hell of a way to start a novel,...

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