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Which San Diego 'Nutcracker' Is Right For Me?

Which San Diego 'Nutcracker' Is Right For Me?

Nov. 16
By Nina Garin

It may seem too early to think about “The Nutcracker,” but performances start this weekend and continue into the new year.

‘Justice League’ Is Just Meh

‘Justice League’ Is Just Meh

Nov. 16
By Beth Accomando

The latest DC film, “Justice League,” arrives in theaters this week, and the best I can say is that it’s easier to watch than “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.”

Fringe Festival Organizers From Across North America Gather In San ...

Fringe Festival Organizers From Across North America Gather In San Diego

Nov. 15
By Beth Accomando

San Diego International Fringe Festival is not until next June but Fringe Festival organizers from across North America are currently gathering at the Spreckels Theatre for its annual conference.

San Diego International Fringe Hit 'Josephine' Returns For Encore P...

San Diego International Fringe Hit 'Josephine' Returns For Encore Performance

Nov. 15
By Beth Accomando

Last year "Josephine" won Outstanding Solo Performance and Best Show at San Diego International Fringe Festival. The one-woman dream cabaret pays tribute to singer-dancer Josephine Baker. Now, "Josephine" returns to where it all began, the Spreckels Theatre for one performance this Friday.

Women Who Overcame Adversity Are Subject Of New Book By National Ci...

Women Who Overcame Adversity Are Subject Of New Book By National City Teacher

Nov. 14
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

A National City teacher profiled 25 women who overcame adversity in her new book "Still I Rise: The Persistence of Phenomenal Women."

Astronaut Scott Kelly On His Yearlong Journey To Space And Back

Astronaut Scott Kelly On His Yearlong Journey To Space And Back

Nov. 14
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

Astronaut Scott Kelly has been back on Earth for over a year now, after setting a record for the single-longest American space mission. But in a sense, his mission is far from over.

Twin Sisters Keep Historic Point Loma Lighthouse Shining Bright

Twin Sisters Keep Historic Point Loma Lighthouse Shining Bright

Nov. 14
By Susan Murphy

Visitors to the Cabrillo National Monument will have a rare opportunity on Wednesday to climb to the top of the Old Point Loma Lighthouse tower to view the massive jewel-like Fresnel lens. It's one of three days of the year it's open to the public. The rest of the year, it’s off limits to almost everyone, except for a pair of identical twin sisters.

Jackie Robinson Family YMCA Opens After 19-Month Renovation

Jackie Robinson Family YMCA Opens After 19-Month Renovation

Nov. 10
By Ebone Monet

After a 19-month renovation from the ground up, the Jackie Robinson YMCA, which has served San Diego since 1943, is open again.

'As One' Is A Modern Opera About Transitioning

'As One' Is A Modern Opera About Transitioning

Nov. 10
By Beth Accomando, Katie Schoolov

You don’t generally think of opera as ripped from the headlines, but San Diego Opera’s production of "As One" has a distinctly contemporary feel. The latest dētour series production tackles a transgender story through the character of Hannah, who’s portrayed by two singers — a baritone and mezzo soprano.

San Diego's Top Weekend Events: To The Theater!

San Diego's Top Weekend Events: To The Theater!

Nov. 10
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Nina Garin

'The Grinch' returns, plus standout productions in Rolando and Carlsbad.

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