Culture Lust Weekend: Hip-Hop, Irish Literature, and Ted Danson
Thursday, March 17, 2011
March 19. 8 p.m.
If an entire weekend of all things hip-hop is on your mind, The Chico Club hosts The Cypher 11-Year Anniversary where more than a dozen artists will get together to do their thing.
March 18 - 19 9 p.m.
Featuring art that is bold, based on inner strengths, and done entirely by women, the "Raw Sugar" exhibit will be on display at the San Diego Art Department and is curated by students of San Diego Mesa College Museum Studies Program.
March 19 - April 9. Opening reception 6 p.m.
March 19 - April 11. Opening reception, 9:30 a.m.
Liz Duffy Adams' "Or," opens at Moxie Theatre bringing Restoration era England to the stage with a few Tom Stoppardesque changes to historical accuracy.
March 18 - April 23.
Several years removed from bartending on the T.V. show "Cheers," Ted Danson will be at the La Jolla Country Day School speaking on his book "Oceana." It tells his story of becoming a prominent oceanic environmental activist.
March 17. 7 p.m.
You could pay homage to your Irish roots (real or made up) with green beer, or another option is to attend the 32nd annual St. Patrick's Day Open Reading of Irish Poetry and Prose at D.G. Wills Books.
March 17. 7 p.m.
If you are a master of the knitting needles, Crafty Conspiracy at Velvet Klaw Studio offers a chance to swap and mingle with the North Park Craft Mafia.
March 22. 7 p.m.
The San Diego Museum of Man, in conjunction with their new exhibit, "RACE: Are We So Different" brings the question to a local level in UCSD professor, Dr. Roberto Alvarez's discussion on The Lemon Grove Incident.
March 19 11 a.m.
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