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'My Life As A Zucchini' May Have Lost The Oscar But Will Win You Over

'My Life As A Zucchini' May Have Lost The Oscar But Will Win You Over

March 3
By Beth Accomando

The French-Swiss co-production “My Life as a Zucchini” lost Best Animated Film to "Zootopia" at this year’s Oscars. But it is a far more complex and rewarding film.

Old Globe's 'The Blameless' Brings Together The Families Of A Shoot...

Old Globe's 'The Blameless' Brings Together The Families Of A Shooter and His Victim

March 1
By Michael Lipkin

"The Blameless" at The Old Globe tells the story of the Garcia family, whose son is a victim of gun violence, as they welcome his killer's father to their home for dinner.

Podcast Episode 110: In Bed With Twisted Twins Jen And Sylvia Soska

Podcast Episode 110: In Bed With Twisted Twins Jen And Sylvia Soska

Feb. 28
By Beth Accomando

February is Women in Horror Month and just before the month closes I want to pay tribute to some wickedly talented filmmakers, Jen and Sylvia Soska and their second feature, "American Mary."

Talking Travel: Must-See Destinations In The US And Canada

Talking Travel: Must-See Destinations In The US And Canada

Feb. 28
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

San Diego’s Balboa Park and Hotel Del Coronado made travel writer Patricia Schultz’s list of, "1,000 Places To See, In The U.S. And Canada, Before You Die.”

San Diego Signs Brief Supporting Transgender Student

San Diego Signs Brief Supporting Transgender Student

Feb. 27
By Andrew Bowen

The San Diego City Council has voted to support a lawsuit before the United States Supreme Court filed by a transgender high school student seeking to use his school's male bathrooms. One councilman abstained from the decision, accusing the city attorney of bringing divisive issues before the council.

How San Diego Bookstores Are Surviving

How San Diego Bookstores Are Surviving

Feb. 27
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Brooke Ruth

While Fifth Avenue Books in Hillcrest is closing its doors at the end of the month, other bookstores in San Diego are doing OK and surviving in what was thought to be a dying industry.

Ultimate Dinosaurs Stomp Into theNAT

Ultimate Dinosaurs Stomp Into theNAT

Feb. 27
By Beth Accomando, Kris Arciaga

Something big is coming to theNAT, it is Ultimate Dinosaurs, but you will not find the dinosaurs you learned about as a kid. Instead, it is a whole new crop of dinos from the Southern Hemisphere that you may not have seen before.

The 89th Annual Oscars End With More Drama Than A Hollywood Movie

The 89th Annual Oscars End With More Drama Than A Hollywood Movie

Feb. 27
By Beth Accomando

The 89th Academy Awards concluded last night with a dramatic mix-up that initially awarded the Best Picture Oscar to "La La Land" and moments later took it back to give it to "Moonlight."

'A United Kingdom' Looks To The True Story Of An African King And H...

'A United Kingdom' Looks To The True Story Of An African King And His British Bride

Feb. 23
By Beth Accomando

The new film “A United Kingdom” (opening Feb. 24 at Landmark’s Hillcrest Cinemas and Arclight La Jolla) turns to a true story about an African king and his British bride. Director Amma Asante talks about the appeal of using history as source material.

Politics And The Academy Awards

Politics And The Academy Awards

Feb. 23
By Beth Accomando, Maureen Cavanaugh

The 89th annual Academy Awards are this Sunday and politics of one sort or another are likely to be on display as are the most diverse group of acting nominees.