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Photo by Jim Carmody

In its 18th year, San Diego Dance Theater has evolved Trolley Dances into a respected piece of the San Diego cultural community. Read more

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Reading IRL [Internet slang for “in real life”] is like looking over the shoulder of a young gay artist as he scrolls through various social media feeds searching for sex, inspiration, a relief from the stultifying boredom of a hot Brooklyn... Read more

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Things are looking brighter for OMA. The Board of Trustees unanimously chose Maria Mingalone as the new executive director after a nationwide search. Museum staff and members praised the hiring. The fact that she was signed to a three-year ... Read more

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Photo by Daren Scott

When Intrepid Theatre Company opens its seventh season on Oct. 1 with a production of Yasmina Reza’s comedy ART , it will do so in the 10th performance space Intrepid has used in six years, the Horton Grand Theatre downtown. Read more

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Photo by Julie Licari

The REMIXX series, which begins on Saturday, Oct. 22, at Bread & Salt, is in its third year, and follows a residency at the La Jolla Athenaeum, where it was initially called MIXX. Read more

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Image courtesy of Double Wave Productions

This fall, SDUFF returns for its second year with an expanded program (and an extra day), running from Friday, Nov. 11 through Sunday, Nov. 13 at the Tenth Avenue Arts Center in downtown. Read more

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The idea behind UC San Diego's Initiative for Digital Exploration of Arts and Sciences (IDEAS) Performance Series seems simple enough: To encourage artists, musicians, engineers and even scientists to use the university's state-of-the-art Q... Read more

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When a festival only happens every two years, the wait can make expectations high. Even so, the only appropriate response to the lineup for this year's La Jolla Playhouse's Without Walls, or WoW, Festival is, well..."Wow." Read more

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A good chunk of the reviews of choreographer Huang Yi's performances aren't even close to raving, but anytime anyone innovates in their field it opens them up to both huge hits and major misses Read more

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There's a literary scene in San Diego if you know where to look. For the last few years, bibliophiles have been congregating inside the pristine footwear and design shop Gym Standard (2903 El Cajon Blvd.) in North Park. Read more

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Collection of Jay and Jennifer Levitt

There's a general sense among those in the visual art scene that very few serious art collectors exist in San Diego. The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD) is preparing to open a show that'll put that assumption to rest. Read more

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If you love movies and live in San Diego then odds are you've had an impassioned conversation with Miguel Rodriguez. The Renaissance man behind the Horrible Imaginings Film Festival can be seen at basically every local film event. Read more

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