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Small Venues Pay Off Big: A Roundup Of Local San Diego Theater

Sept. 10
By Beth Accomando
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What better way to escape the summer heat than with some local theater productions that might be flying under the radar.

Rape Tweets Prompt Navy To Drop Cee Lo Green From Concert

Sept. 8
By Beth Ford Roth
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Cee Lo Green's Tweets claiming a woman can't be raped unless she's conscious got him booted from the lineup of entertainers scheduled to perform at Naval District Washington’s Freedom Live concert later this month.

Recital To Kick Off San Diego Opera 2014-15 Season

Sept. 5
By Beth Accomando, Katie Schoolov
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After a tumultuous year and almost closing its doors, the San Diego Opera is kicking off a new season with a recital at Balboa Theater Friday at 7 p.m.

San Diego Opera's 50th Season Opens Friday

Sept. 4
By City News Service
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Having survived a near-death experience, the San Diego Opera plans to open its 50th season Friday night with a recital of love duets at the Balboa Theatre.

From Korea To Denver, Joan Rivers Was A Longtime USO Supporter

Sept. 4
By Beth Ford Roth
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Groundbreaking comedian Joan Rivers died Thursday at the age of 81. Rivers was a longtime supporter of the USO, even being named the 2001 USO of Metropolitan New York’s Woman of the Year.

Review: 'The Congress' Stirs Animated Discussion About Ownership In The Digital Age

Sept. 4
By Beth Accomando
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"The Congress" had its premiere at the San Diego Jewish Film Festival earlier this year. Now it returns for a run at the Digital Gym Cinema (opening Sept. 5).

San Diego Physician Pens Medical Thriller

Sept. 4
Midday Edition
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UC San Diego physician Dr. Kelly Parsons has penned his first novel — a medical thriller. The plot of "Doing Harm" involves a surgeon, a serial killer and a hospital.

San Diego Jazz Great Daniel Jackson Dead At 77

Sept. 4
By Angela Carone
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Daniel Jackson, saxophonist, pianist, composer, and music teacher with a decades long career in the San Diego jazz scene, died Wednesday of a prolonged illness.

Movie Review: 'Manuscripts Don't Burn' Smolders With Tension

Sept. 3
By Rebecca Romani
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When personal ambition is conflated with the paranoia of the state, the results can be deadly. "Manuscripts Don't Burn" by Iranian director Mohammed Rasoulof, now playing at the Digital Gym in North Park, is a mesmerizing political thriller you don't want to miss.

WWII Veteran From California Stars In TV Commercial (Video)

Sept. 2
By Beth Ford Roth
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"Pretty damn exciting!" is how 89-year-old World War II veteran Bruce Campbell describes his experience appearing in a television commercial for the very first time. Until his recent stint in show business, Campbell was living a quiet live in the affluent Southern California town of San Marino.