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Veterans Mural To Be Unveiled This Weekend In Kearny Mesa

Veterans Mural To Be Unveiled This Weekend In Kearny Mesa

June 22
By Alison St John, Marissa Cabrera

The nonprofit Combat Arts San Diego will gather Saturday to unveil its latest mural at the Veterans of Foreign Wars building in Kearny Mesa.

San Diego International Fringe Festival Continues To Grow

San Diego International Fringe Festival Continues To Grow

June 22
By Beth Accomando

San Diego International Fringe Festival takes its cue from the 70-year-old Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The 11-day event, now in its fifth year, serves up a smorgasbord of entertainment ranging from dance and music to puppets and circus.

Shakespeare Film Series Returns To The Old Globe

Shakespeare Film Series Returns To The Old Globe

June 22
By Beth Accomando

Last year's free summer Shakespeare film series was such a hit that The Old Globe Theatre is bringing it back for round two.

'Star Wars' Actor Mark Hamill Will Get His Own Roadway In Clairemont

'Star Wars' Actor Mark Hamill Will Get His Own Roadway In Clairemont

June 20
By City News Service

The San Diego City Council voted Tuesday to add Mark Hamill's name to a roadway in Clairemont where the "Star Wars" actor lived for part of his youth.

Fifth-Graders Perform At San Diego Airport With Switchfoot Ahead Of...

Fifth-Graders Perform At San Diego Airport With Switchfoot Ahead Of Annual BRO-AM Festival

June 19
By Katie Schoolov

The Grammy Award-winning band Switchfoot, which got their start in Encinitas, is in town for their annual charity surf and music festival, BRO-AM.

Black Kat Theatre Presents 'Guide To The Bill Of Rights'

Black Kat Theatre Presents 'Guide To The Bill Of Rights'

June 19
By Beth Accomando

Black Kat Theatre uses humor to entertain and enlighten audiences about current events and politics. Its new show, "Guide to the Bill of Rights," provides a humorously informative journey through the first 10 amendments.

Podcast Episode 120: 'Dawson City: Frozen Time' Revels In Real Foun...

Podcast Episode 120: 'Dawson City: Frozen Time' Revels In Real Found Footage

June 16
By Beth Accomando

Found footage is a tired trope in horror but those films all manufacture their supposed found footage. That kind of fakery holds no interest for filmmaker Bill Morrison. He is interested in the real deal, genuine footage that has been unearthed, uncovered or just waiting to be found and brought to light. His latest film, "Dawson City: Frozen Time," finds treasures in the arctic ice.

San Diego's Top Weekend Events: Art Adventures And Last-Chance Shows

San Diego's Top Weekend Events: Art Adventures And Last-Chance Shows

June 16
By Alison St John, Nina Garin

This weekend brings art in unconventional ways-- plus it is your last chance to see some popular local shows.

'Dawson City: Frozen Time' Serves Up A Fever Dream Of Cinema History

'Dawson City: Frozen Time' Serves Up A Fever Dream Of Cinema History

June 15
By Beth Accomando

The horror genre has turned found footage films into a tired gimmick, but the documentary "Dawson City: Frozen Time" (playing for one week at Digital Gym Cinema starting Friday) shows the breathtaking allure of a true found footage film.

Robert Sean Leonard Returns To The Old Globe As Richard II

Robert Sean Leonard Returns To The Old Globe As Richard II

June 14
By Alison St John, Michael Lipkin

The Old Globe kicks off its summer Shakespeare season with a debate over how best to challenge a ruler's legitimacy, especially if he is divinely chosen to lead.

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