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Mussar: The Uniquely Jewish Way To Build Character Development

Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018 Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center: Garfield Theater

What Mexico's July Presidential Election Will Mean For The U.S.

Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018 National University, Sanford Center Auditorium

Mexico’s Upcoming Elections & What They Mean For The US

Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018 National University - Sanford Center Auditorium

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Ryan Coogler Helms A Smart, Entertaining 'Black Panther'

Ryan Coogler Helms A Smart, Entertaining 'Black Panther'

Feb. 16
By Beth Accomando

The day has finally come. Marvel’s eagerly anticipated “Black Panther” has opened.

Inaugural Black Comix Day Celebrates Independent Black Ar...

Inaugural Black Comix Day Celebrates Independent Black Artists And Creators

Feb. 15
By Beth Accomando

With Marvel’s "Black Panther" poised to take over the box office this weekend, it’s the perfect time to shine the spotlight on independent black artists and creators.

San Diego Lawmakers Introduce Bill Aimed At Creating Affo...

San Diego Lawmakers Introduce Bill Aimed At Creating Affordable Housing

Feb. 14
By Matt Hoffman

California’s Sustainable and Affordable Housing Act would incentivize developers with a "floor area ratio (FAR)" that lawmakers said would create small and less expensive housing units.

Podcast Episode 136: A Valentine To The Rapturous Romanti...

Podcast Episode 136: A Valentine To The Rapturous Romanticism Of Wong Kar-Wai

Feb. 14
By Beth Accomando

My idea of a good date movie is "Shaun of the Dead." So maybe I'm not the best person to be making Valentine's Day recommendations. But there's one contemporary filmmaker who consistently tackles love with such lush romanticism that even I swoon at his movies. That filmmaker is Wong Kar-Wai. So as much as I hate Cupid's silly holiday, here's a Valentine to Wong Kar-Wai.

San Diego Jewish Film Festival Begins Thursday, Closes Fe...

San Diego Jewish Film Festival Begins Thursday, Closes Feb. 18 With 'Jungle'

Feb. 6
By Beth Accomando

The San Diego Jewish Film Festival opens Feb. 8 with a documentary on Sammy Davis, Jr., "I Gotta Be Me" and closes with Greg McLean's "Jungle," about the true story of a young Israeli man's adventure in the Bolivian jungle.

'The Blood Is At The Doorstep' Closes Human Rights Watch ...

'The Blood Is At The Doorstep' Closes Human Rights Watch Film Festival On Sunday

Feb. 2
By Beth Accomando

The Human Rights Watch Film Festival opened last night at the Museum of Photographic Arts. The festival closes on Sunday with Erik Ljung's documentary "The Blood is at the Doorstep."

Tango Pulses Through San Diego Opera's 'Maria De Buenos A...

Tango Pulses Through San Diego Opera's 'Maria De Buenos Aires'

Jan. 25
By Beth Accomando, Katie Schoolov

San Diego Opera’s second dētour production of the season, "Maria de Buenos Aires," is almost sold out for its four-performance run. Here's why this tango opera is generating so much interest.

Horrors! Oscar Gives Well-Deserved Attention To Genre Films

Horrors! Oscar Gives Well-Deserved Attention To Genre Films

Jan. 23
By Beth Accomando

The nominations for the 90th Academy Awards were announced Tuesday morning. See what made the list and what didn't.

San Diego International Fringe Hit 'Josephine' Returns Fo...

San Diego International Fringe Hit 'Josephine' Returns For Encore Performance

Nov. 15, 2017
By Beth Accomando

Last year "Josephine" won Outstanding Solo Performance and Best Show at San Diego International Fringe Festival. The one-woman dream cabaret pays tribute to singer-dancer Josephine Baker. Now, "Josephine" returns to where it all began, the Spreckels Theatre for one performance this Friday.

Salvation Army Launches Largest Yearly Fundraiser, While ...

Salvation Army Launches Largest Yearly Fundraiser, While Adult Rehabilitation Center Struggles

Nov. 13, 2017
By Matt Hoffman

The local Salvation Army said it hopes to raise $900,000 from the Red Kettle Program this year, but its Adult Rehabilitation Center is dealing with a lack of non-cash donations.

San Diego Asian Film Festival Opens Thursday Night At theNAT

San Diego Asian Film Festival Opens Thursday Night At theNAT

Nov. 9, 2017
By Beth Accomando

The 18th annual San Diego Asian Film Festival launches Thursday night with "Oh Lucy" screening at the San Diego Natural History Museum's Kaplan Theater and continues through Nov. 18 at multiple venues.

John Witherspoon, Public Broadcasting Pioneer, First Gene...

John Witherspoon, Public Broadcasting Pioneer, First General Manager Of KPBS, Dies At 88

Oct. 13, 2017
By Amita Sharma, Pat Finn

John Witherspoon, who helped create the Public Broadcasting Act 50 years ago, was KPBS’s first general manager and the first president of the board of National Public Radio, has died.

Roundtable: DACA Demands, Feinstein's Run, Hep A Continue...

Roundtable: DACA Demands, Feinstein's Run, Hep A Continues, La Mesa School Board

Oct. 13, 2017
By Pat Finn

President Trump said he wanted to make a deal with Democrats to save DACA and then seemed to make a deal impossible. Dianne Feinstein will keep running. Hepatitis A keeps making people sick. And the La Mesa-Spring Valley School District appoints a novice to fill a vacant seat.

San Diego Italian Film Festival Launches 11th Season At MOPA

San Diego Italian Film Festival Launches 11th Season At MOPA

Oct. 4, 2017
By Beth Accomando

The San Diego Italian Film Festival launches its 11th season Wednesday night at the Museum of Photographic Arts with the documentary "Fuocoammare (Fire at Sea)."

One Book Film Series Kicks Off Oct. 3 At Central Library

One Book Film Series Kicks Off Oct. 3 At Central Library

Sept. 28, 2017
By Beth Accomando

The San Diego Central Library hosts a nine-part program, running Tuesdays Oct. 3 through Nov. 28, of diverse films that address the themes of peacemaking, migration, resilience and reconciliation featured in the One Book San Diego 2017 selection “The Sandcastle Girls.”

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