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Tease photo for A Pair Of Geeky Fringe Festival Musicals Get Restaged During Comic-Con

A Pair Of Geeky Fringe Festival Musicals Get Restaged During Comic-Con

July 19
By Beth Accomando

A long time ago in a galaxy known as MGM, Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland used to rally a ragtag crew of neighborhood kids to put on a show. That spirit also fuels a youthful theater company called Turning Tydes, which serves up a pair of geeky, do-it-yourself musical mash-ups that will run during Comic-Con.

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How To Do Comic-Con Without A Badge

July 18
By Nina Garin

The many, many things you can do over Comic-Con weekend that don't require a badge.

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San Diego Players Hooked On Pokémon Go

July 18
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

KPBS Midday Edition speaks to a science and technology editor about the popular augmented reality game.

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News In Numbers: Comic-Con Uses Its Super Powers To Help Fill San Diego Trolley Cars

July 18
By Leo Castaneda / inewsource

Taking the trolley to Comic-Con might be the worst kept secret for avoiding downtown traffic and parking fees. How big of a boost is the event for ridership numbers?

Tease photo for Podcast Episode 84: Turning Tydes Serves Up Geeky Musical Mash-Ups

Podcast Episode 84: Turning Tydes Serves Up Geeky Musical Mash-Ups

July 15
By Beth Accomando

If Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland were geeks, they would be putting on a "Hobbits" version of "Les Mis" or a "Star Wars" take on "The Phantom of the Opera." That's what Turning Tydes is doing at Comic-Con.

Tease photo for 'The Infiltrator' Serves Up Solid Real Life Procedural Thriller

'The Infiltrator' Serves Up Solid Real Life Procedural Thriller

July 15
By Beth Accomando

If you want to support women in film this weekend don't see the all-female "Ghostbusters" that just regurgitates an old all-male film but with women and instead see “The Infiltrator,” featuring a male lead in Bryan Cranston but scripted by a woman, Ellen Sue Brown, and serving up female roles that go beyond stereotypes.

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Comic-Con Celebrates 47 Years In San Diego

July 14
By Beth Accomando

The first Comic-Con, held in the basement of the U.S. Grant Hotel, drew about 300 people. Now it has almost 500,000 square feet of exhibit space and attracts more than 130,000 attendees.

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KPBS/Arts Three-Line Review: 'Sense and Sensibility'

July 15
By Nina Garin

All you need to know about The Old Globe's new musical, "Sense and Sensibility," . . . in three sentences.

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A Comic-Con Preview For Locals

July 15
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Nina Garin

No ticket to Comic-Con? No problem. We take a look at the many events happening throughout Comic-Con weekend.

Tease photo for San Diego Concert Honors Latin Jazz Artist Tito Puente

San Diego Concert Honors Latin Jazz Artist Tito Puente

July 14
By Marissa Cabrera

The concert will kick off the San Diego Symphony’s new Thursday Night Jazz series, which runs through August 25.