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San Diego Asian Film Festival Opens Thursday Night At theNAT

San Diego Asian Film Festival Opens Thursday Night At theNAT

Nov. 9
By Beth Accomando

The 18th annual San Diego Asian Film Festival launches Thursday night with "Oh Lucy" screening at the San Diego Natural History Museum's Kaplan Theater and continues through Nov. 18 at multiple venues.

Podcast Episode 130: Larry Cohen, King Of The B Movies

Podcast Episode 130: Larry Cohen, King Of The B Movies

Nov. 10
By Beth Accomando

Larry Cohen is a genius because he managed to have the best of both worlds in the entertainment industry. Not many can claim to have enjoyed both a traditionally successful career within the mainstream Hollywood system as well as cult status outside the studio system making audaciously independent films exactly the way he wanted to.

Documentary Follows Navajo Code Talkers As They Return To WWII Batt...

Documentary Follows Navajo Code Talkers As They Return To WWII Battlefields

Nov. 8
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

The film, "Navajo Code Talkers: A Journey of Remembrance," will be screened Wednesday at the San Diego History Center in Balboa Park.

Bleaching Creams, Choking Bodices And Tapeworms. A New Exhibit Asks...

Bleaching Creams, Choking Bodices And Tapeworms. A New Exhibit Asks: Beauty Or Torture?

Nov. 7
By Michael Lipkin

The exhibit runs through January and includes one of the first patented perm machines and antique curling irons heated by kerosene.

The Old Globe Is Bringing Shakespeare To New Audiences

The Old Globe Is Bringing Shakespeare To New Audiences

Nov. 6
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

The Old Globe's arts engagement program, Globe for All, is offering free performances of "Twelfth Night," Shakespeare's comedy of disguise and mistaken identity, this month at venues throughout San Diego County.

'Thor' Is Not The Only Film Opening This Weekend

'Thor' Is Not The Only Film Opening This Weekend

Nov. 3
By Beth Accomando

Marvel’s "Thor: Ragnarok" may overshadow all other films opening this weekend, but if the lines are too long there are plenty more films to choose from.

La Jolla Symphony, UC San Diego Celebrate 50 Years Of Collaboration

La Jolla Symphony, UC San Diego Celebrate 50 Years Of Collaboration

Nov. 3
By Ebone Monet, KPBS News

The La Jolla Symphony and Chorus will be opening its season with a concert featuring music by George Gershwin and Duke Ellington.

San Diego's Top Weekend Events: 'Homegrown' Dances And San Diego Songs

San Diego's Top Weekend Events: 'Homegrown' Dances And San Diego Songs

Nov. 3
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Nina Garin

San Diego's 'Homegrown' talent takes center stage in a weekend that is filled with locally-produced ballet, visual arts and music.

San Diego Journalist Tackles America's Obsession With Gambling

San Diego Journalist Tackles America's Obsession With Gambling

Nov. 2
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

The San Diego Union-Tribune editor David Clary isn't much of a gambler. He rarely goes to casinos, has never bought a lottery ticket and doesn't even play fantasy football. But he has spent the past six years researching America's gambling industry.

Mission Valley's SDCCU Stadium Among Top 10 Endangered Landmarks In...

Mission Valley's SDCCU Stadium Among Top 10 Endangered Landmarks In San Diego

Oct. 31
By City News Service

SDCCU Stadium in Mission Valley was added to the 30th annual list of the top 10 endangered landmarks and cultural landscapes in San Diego released Tuesday by the Save Our Heritage Organisation.