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Film 'By Blood' To Open San Diego Black Film Festival

Jan. 28
Midday Edition
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"By Blood" chronicles American Indians who are descendents of black slaves as they battle to regain tribal citizenship. The film's west coast premiere takes place Thursday at the San Diego Black Film Festival.

Provocative Public Art Graces San Diego Waterfront

Jan. 29
By Erik Anderson
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An international public art project lands on the San Diego waterfront. The tall bronze sculptures aim to provoke discussions about freedom of expression.

San Diego Opera Holds Free Lunchtime Performance

Jan. 29
By Matthew Bowler, City News Service
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The 45-minute show served as a thank you to the San Diego community for its support last season when the cash-strapped opera nearly closed for good.

Why Does Philosophy Matter In The 21st Century?

Jan. 27
Midday Edition
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Acclaimed philosopher and author Rebecca Newberger Goldstein is in San Diego Tuesday for a discussion about her book "Plato at the Googleplex."

San Diego Opera's 'La Bohème' Serves Up A Tasty Take On Puccini's Opera

Jan. 23
By Beth Accomando, Katie Schoolov
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Food is being served at San Diego Opera’s latest production of "La Bohème" (opening Saturday at the Civic Theatre). But this food is being served on stage.

Human Rights Watch Film Festival: What To See

Jan. 22
By Rebecca Romani
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The Human Rights Watch Film Festival, which promises at least one story with a local angle, starts Thursday night at the Museum of Photographic Arts. Here's a rundown of the film schedule.

Are We Living In The Golden Age Of Book Publishing?

Jan. 22
Midday Edition
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The 31st annual San Diego State University Writers' Conference is this weekend. The keynote address focuses on changing the world of publishing.

Human Rights Watch Film Festival At Museum of Photographic Arts Aims To Make A Difference

Jan. 22
Midday Edition
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The Human Rights Watch Film Festival returns to the Museum of Photographic Arts for its fifth year Thursday night.

The Universal Suspects: 40 Monsters, 31 Movies, 12 Months, No Escape

Jan. 21
Midday Edition
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The Film Geeks at the Digital Gym Cinema will present a year of Universal's classic monster movies starting Sunday.

FakeBabyGate: The 'American Sniper' Movie Controversy (Video)

Jan. 21
By Beth Ford Roth
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Progressives say the movie "American Sniper" is war propaganda. Conservatives contend the film honors a great patriot. But there is one matter both sides seem to agree on: That is one super fake-looking baby Bradley Cooper is holding in the movie.

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