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Jocelyn Maggard

Contributor through February 2012

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Jocelyn was a production assistant for “KPBS Midday Edition." Her work focused primarily in arts and culture coverage. She helped produce the "Weekend Preview" segment heard every Thursday on “Midday Edition.” She has a passion for current events and politics and has produced some radio segments centered on local news.

Jocelyn is originally from Mission Viejo California, she graduated from Point Loma Nazarene University in 2010.

She hopes to continue producing, writing, and reporting in San Diego as a broadcast journalist.

Recent Stories

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Events: Trolley Dances, Neon Indian, And A Badass Female Drummer

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This weekend you can find recycled art in Little Italy, The Art of Fashion at the Timken, Trolley Dances, and plenty of music choices.

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Art San Diego Contemporary Art Fair's Art Labs: A Guide

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This guide to Art San Diego Contemporary Art Fair's Art Labs offers tips and advice to get art enthusiasts seamlessly through the three-day-weekend.

Events: Soul Food, Lantern Festival, And Art vs. Science

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Soul food, Vietnamese food, art, music - we'll tell you where you can sample it all on this weekend preview.

Events: Dr. Horrible, Voz Alta, And Beers For Books

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A beer festival in Tijuana, a musical based on a popular blog, and a band from Columbia have our attention this weekend.

Events: The Rosebuds, Craftsman Tours, And Fourth of July

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Art exhibits, music, and the Fourth of July have our attention this weekend. We'll talk to the San Diego CityBeat crew about their picks for the holiday weekend.

San Diego's Darkside Exposed In Latest Noir Anthology

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Since 2004 more than 50 cities and their writers have been featured in books celebrating the dark and disturbing genre of mystery fiction called "noir." This year San Diego's dark corners have been exposed in "San Diego Noir." We discuss the art of noir fiction set within the San Diego region.

San Diego Stages: Shakespeare Festival, miXtape, And More

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The Shakespeare Festival is underway at the Old Globe, a new theater company enters the scene, and an 80s musical just "keeps on keepin' on." We'll talk theater with the U-T's theater critic, Jim Hebert.

Restored Hours Evidence Of Importance Of Local Libraries?

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To balance San Diego's budget this year, it was proposed to cut neighborhood branch library hours in half. City lawmakers introduced plans to restore the hours and saving libraries became a rallying cry. Eventually, the deep cuts were blocked. We discuss whether this is a recognition of the continuing importance, even in our digital age.

Weekend Preview: Eating Oysters, Taste Of The Gaslamp

You can learn how to eat some mighty fine oysters, walk a mile in high-heeled shoes and get a taste of some of downtown San Diego trendiest restaurants, this weekend in San Diego. Those events and more are the subject of our Weekend Preview.

Events: Oysters, Beatles, And 'Taste Of The Gaslamp'

You can learn how to eat some mighty fine oysters, walk a mile in high-heeled shoes and get a taste of some of downtown San Diego trendiest restaurants, this weekend in San Diego.

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