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Mayor Faulconer Reads To San Diego Students On Dr. Seuss' Birthday

March 2
By Angela Carone
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Celebrations were held throughout the county Monday in honor of Theodore Seuss Geisel, also known as Dr. Seuss. The date marks the author’s 111th birthday.

South Park Tattoo Shop Becomes Stage For THE TRIP's Latest Production

Feb. 27
Midday Edition
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THE TRIP theater company opens "3 Plays In A Tattoo Shop" this weekend at Full Circle Tattoo in South Park. One member of the audience will get tattooed during the performance.

San Diego Museum Unveils 'Fragile Waters' Exhibit

Feb. 27
By Dwane Brown
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Ansel Adams, Ernest Brooks and Dorothy Kerper Monnelly are the names behind an inspiring ecological exhibit that is making a stop at the Maritime Museum.

Mira Mesa High Band Invited To Perform At Rose Parade

Feb. 27
By Matthew Bowler, City News Service
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The Mira Mesa band, nicknamed "Sapphire Sound," will be the first from the San Diego Unified School District to appear in the Rose Parade in nearly 30 years.

The Cold War Played Out On An Ice Rink In 'Red Army'

Feb. 27
By Beth Accomando
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The documentary "Red Army" — about Soviet era hockey — arrives in San Diego (opening Feb. 27 at Landmark's Hillcrest Cinemas) just as the sport skates back into town. It's a documentary that even non-hockey fans will find riveting.

Leonard Nimoy, Famous As Mr. Spock On 'Star Trek,' Dies

Feb. 27
By City News Service, Associated Press
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Leonard Nimoy, world famous to "Star Trek" fans through a beloved cult TV series and a half-dozen films as the pointy-eared, purely logical science officer Mr. Spock, has died. He was 83.

Globe's 'The Twenty-Seventh Man' Finds Inspiration In Soviet History

Feb. 27
By Beth Accomando, Katie Schoolov
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For the Globe’s new production of "The Twenty-Seventh Man" (running through March 22), playwright Nathan Englander found inspiration in an incident known as the Night of the Murdered Poets that took place under Stalin’s regime.

San Diego To Host Major Shakespeare Exhibit

Feb. 26
By Angela Carone, City News Service
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A touring exhibition of the first written collection of Shakespeare plays will make its only California stop in San Diego next year.

Joyce Carol Oates On Writing About Differences Among People

Feb. 26
Midday Edition
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Novelist Joyce Carol Oates has written more than 40 novels. She is in San Diego to speak at the 20th Annual Point Loma Nazarene University Writer's Symposium by the Sea.

Handmade Black Dolls Exhibit Offers Insight Into Past And Present

Feb. 26
By Angela Carone
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How important is it for children to have dolls that look like them? An exhibit of handmade black dolls at the Mingei International Museum in Balboa Park offers some historical insight into this question.

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