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Feb. 27 2013
Having just moved to San Diego, weve been catching up on the theater scene here. On Feb. 13, we saw Gem of the Ocean at the Cygnet Theatre in Old Town
Aug. 1 2012
Bob Medina and his wife Ana are former art teachers from San Diego who now live as ex-pats in Alexandria, Egypt. At 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 4, at Voz Alta gallery, theyll let San Diegans experience what...
June 27 2012
Growing up, drawing on the pages of library books landed you in detention, which makes Robert Kushner’s exhibit Scriptorium: Devout Exercises of the Heart at the Athenaeum Music and Arts Library...
June 6 2012
The San Diego Art Prize is an award given to emerging artists for creating work that sparks awe and excitement and thus brings the city recognition for its collective creativity. At the New Contemporaries...
March 28 2012
Regarding the Great Demo Review in your March 7 Local Music Issue, I’m writing to offer a comment on the review of Thomas Graff’s demo, “Sample from ‘Included Intuition,’”...
March 7 2012
We dont put together the Great Demo Review to pick on the music scene. We want to discover new sounds, highlight great artists and clue you in to music that mightve otherwise been over looked
Dec. 28 2011
Some of you may have already gone through the handy list and picked your countdown destination, but we’re sure a few of you lazy bastards are still twiddling your thumbs
Nov. 30 2011
Our roundup of apps, books, music and DVDs worth packing into your cranial cavity. We've got a Moog synth app that doesn't suck, a booty-shaking digital dancehall compilation and more
Sept. 28 2011
Clicking through crowdfunding sites like IndieGoGo and Kickstarter is like peering into people’s dreams. Artists, inventors and activists present their projects online and hope friends in their social...
July 13 2011
From the beaches to the Mesas, CityBeat staff and freelancers set out to write one sentence about hundreds of bars. The result is this seriously long-but-useful list of bars and clubs across San Diego...
March 23 2011
DeMaio’s a net positive Your March 16 editorial slammed Carl DeMaio for being 30 minutes late to a City Council meeting. No doubt this is a debit to his record. But how about the credits, the most...
Nov. 10 2010
It was Marx who said that religion is the opiate of the masses, to which our Supreme Leader responded, “But beer is the beer of the masses!” The leader promised a new day when the Party would...
Nov. 10 2010
In his greatness and generosity, the Supreme Leader has declared that all laborers will receive two days off for every five in service. However, an idle body not only wastes itself, but deprives our comrades...
Nov. 10 2010
We will begin with a recitation of our state prayer: O Holiest Supreme Leader of San Diego and surrounding municipalities, America’s Finest Comrade, Ayatollah of La Jolla and Harbor Tsar, Generalissimo...
Aug. 25 2010
Clarification After last week’s editorial, “Port in a storm,” was published, Ron Powell, spokesperson for the Port of San Diego, asked us to clarify this sentence: “Two weeks ago,...
Aug. 18 2010
Great new website I’m late in telling you that I love the new City- Beat website [sdcitybeat.com]. I find that I can find much more stuff on it now than I could before. It’s just like reading...
Aug. 11 2010
Ludicrous misinformationAbout “Dogmatic secularists” [“Letters,” Aug. 4]: Letter writer Tim McCannon is ignorant of history, or else he compared apples with oranges to rationalize...
Aug. 4 2010
“Petition puzzle” [“The Front Lines, June 30] was another eye-opening follow-up by Kelly Davis. The information she has compiled and conveyed speaks for itself
July 28 2010
I read your article about Darrell Issa in the July 7 edition [“The Front Lines”]. I’m going to be honest with you: I voted for Obama, but I’ve been extremely disappointed with...
July 21 2010
Indie-rockers Lights On enjoyed a successful mini-tour of New York City last week, where they played three packed shows, along with locals New Mexico, in support of their new album, Here Comes the Ocean.They...

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