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Black History Finds Home On National Mall With New Museum

Black History Finds Home On National Mall With New Museum

Sept. 26
By Associated Press

Black history officially has a new, prominent place in America's story.

Fall Arts 2016: Highlights From Theater, Music And Visual Arts

Fall Arts 2016: Highlights From Theater, Music And Visual Arts

Sept. 23
By Nina Garin, Alison St John

Arts writers Seth Combs, James Chute and Nina Garin discuss their top picks for San Diego's robust fall arts season.

'Operation Avalanche' Executes Delicious Cinematic Con Game

'Operation Avalanche' Executes Delicious Cinematic Con Game

Sept. 23
By Beth Accomando

The line between real and fake gets severely blurred in the new film "Operation Avalanche" (opening Sept. 23 at Landmark's Ken Cinema). It’s a mockumentary about a fake lunar landing. But the filmmakers infiltrated NASA to shoot footage for their film.

Moxie Theatre's 'Peerless' Riffs On 'Macbeth'

Moxie Theatre's 'Peerless' Riffs On 'Macbeth'

Sept. 22
By Beth Accomando, Matthew Bowler

The playhouse strives to showcase female playwrights and plays with dynamic women characters. Its current production "Peerless" offers a reimagining of Shakespeare’s "Macbeth."

San Diego Artist Shines Light On Homelessness With Her Childhood Story

San Diego Artist Shines Light On Homelessness With Her Childhood Story

Sept. 22
By Ebone Monet

Inocente, whose story was the subject of an Academy Award-winning documentary, will be a keynote speaker at this weekend's Celestial Nights.

San Diego Opera Debuts Performance Dedicated To Veterans

San Diego Opera Debuts Performance Dedicated To Veterans

Sept. 21
By Steve Walsh

The San Diego Opera debuts Soldier Songs, an opera dedicated to telling the stories of veterans from several conflicts. The performances are also seen as a way of helping veterans in the audience tell their stories.

Jewish Film Fest Hosts San Diego Premiere Of 'For The Love Of Spock'

Jewish Film Fest Hosts San Diego Premiere Of 'For The Love Of Spock'

Sept. 21
By Beth Accomando

The San Diego Jewish Film Festival is hosting the San Diego premiere of the documentary "For the Love of Spock" with screenings on Sept. 21 and 22. Adam Nimoy will be at both screenings to talk about making a film about his famous father Leonard Nimoy.

The Creepy (And Funny) World Of 'Welcome To Night Vale'

The Creepy (And Funny) World Of 'Welcome To Night Vale'

Sept. 21
By Tom Fudge, Michael Lipkin

Night Vale is a dreamlike, desert town full of conspiracies, a mysterious glowing cloud and monstrous librarians. And it's the subject of a hit, fictional podcast.

A Behind-The-Scenes Look At 'The Lion King'

A Behind-The-Scenes Look At 'The Lion King'

Sept. 21
By Nina Garin

What does it take to put on one of the most popular stage musicals in the world? We go backstage at Disney's "The Lion King."

Podcast Episode 91: Spock, NASA, And A Real Documentary Versus A Fa...

Podcast Episode 91: Spock, NASA, And A Real Documentary Versus A Fake One

Sept. 20
By Beth Accomando

Sometimes there’s just too much good stuff to cover so this week I am going to talk with a pair of filmmakers from wildly divergent films but what makes them fun to combine into one podcast is that one is a real documentary — "For the Love of Spock" — and one is a fake documentary — "Operation Avalanche."

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