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Stories by Jocelyn Maggard

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

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

Sept. 22
By Beth Accomando, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh and Alex Morales

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

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

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

Sept. 1
By Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard and Alex Morales

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

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

Aug. 25
By Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

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

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

July 14
By Alison St John, Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard

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

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

June 30
By Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

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

San Diego's Darkside Exposed In Latest Noir Anthology

June 27
By Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

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

San Diego Stages: Shakespeare Festival, miXtape, And More

June 23
By Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

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?

Restored Hours Evidence Of Importance Of Local Libraries?

June 20
By Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

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

June 16
By Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

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'

June 16
By Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

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.

Weekend Preview: San Diego County Fair, Latino Music Festival

Weekend Preview: San Diego County Fair, Latino Music Festival

June 9
By Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

A sure sign that summer in San Diego is just around the corner is the start of the San Diego County Fair. We'll be talking about the fair and other great things to do this weekend, on our Weekend Preview.

This Weekend's Best Music Bets

This Weekend's Best Music Bets

June 2
By Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

Our music scout, Liz Bradshaw, tells us where the best music is in San Diego this weekend.

Flare Up In Court Over La Jolla Fireworks

Flare Up In Court Over La Jolla Fireworks

June 1
By Alison St John, Jocelyn Maggard

The City of San Diego is gearing up for a battle over Independence Day fireworks; it's developing into an explosive issue. We'll discuss the details.

Events: 'High Fidelity' At MCASD, Bohemian Shopping, And Sloshball

Events: 'High Fidelity' At MCASD, Bohemian Shopping, And Sloshball

May 26
By Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

The Memorial Day weekend is upon us. In addition to all the traditional ceremonies honoring our war heroes, it's also the unofficial start of summer. You might have your sun and fun and barbeque lineup all decided, but if it's something different you're after, we've got it on the weekend preview.

Events: Joe Pug, Aloe Blacc, And A Food Truck Festival

Events: Joe Pug, Aloe Blacc, And A Food Truck Festival

May 19
By Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

If you love music, science fiction movies, and food trucks, then you'll want to tune in to our weekend preview.

Culture Lust Weekend: Quilts, Art Meets Surveillance, and Sushi

Culture Lust Weekend: Quilts, Art Meets Surveillance, and Sushi

May 12
By Jocelyn Maggard

See some geometric art, learn how to cook veggies like a pro, or listen to a one-man-band during this Culture Lust Weekend.

Culture Lust Weekend: Fashion, Complexions Contemporary Ballet, and...

Culture Lust Weekend: Fashion, Complexions Contemporary Ballet, and Crawfish

May 6
By Jocelyn Maggard

Celebrate some anniversaries at some local cultural spots, hangout with some fashionistas, and take mom out for Mother's Day, all during this Culture Lust Weekend.

Events: Gator By The Bay, Steampunks, Fleet Foxes

Events: Gator By The Bay, Steampunks, Fleet Foxes

May 5
By Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

It's Thursday which means it's time to begin planning your weekend. We want to help. If you want to know more about Steampunks, there's a stylish convention in town. Or if you want to enjoy some Cajun music by the bay, we have a festival to recommend. Joining us with their suggestions are Nina Garin and Rosey Bystrak.

Events: Art Alive, Adams Avenue Roots Festival, TV On the Radio

Events: Art Alive, Adams Avenue Roots Festival, TV On the Radio

April 28
By Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

San Diego Museum of Art becomes a floral paradise and Adams Avenue Roots Festival offers a weekend of bluegrass music. We'll talk about these and events for your weekend.

Events: Easter Eggs And Brunches

Events: Easter Eggs And Brunches

April 21
By Alison St John, Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard

If you're wondering where to brunch this Easter or where to take the kiddos for egg hunting, we have plenty of suggestions for you.

Culture Lust Weekend: Murals, Indie Rock, and Earth Day

Culture Lust Weekend: Murals, Indie Rock, and Earth Day

April 14
By Jocelyn Maggard

There is plenty of music, street performers, visual art, and nature activities during this Culture Lust Weekend.

Culture Lust Weekend: Evelyn Glennie, Photos from Haiti, and Killer...

Culture Lust Weekend: Evelyn Glennie, Photos from Haiti, and Killer Tomatoes

April 7
By Jocelyn Maggard

Learn the science behind listening to music, listen to music, check out some photos from around the world, and watch tomatoes attack all during this Culture Lust Weekend.

Events: G. Love, Floating World, And A Band Of Robots

Events: G. Love, Floating World, And A Band Of Robots

April 7
By Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

G. Love and the Special Sauce, a band made up of robots, and the chance to be in a music video. We have an eclectic mix of events for your weekend itinerary.

Culture Lust Weekend: Contemporary Dance, Border Films, and Quantum...

Culture Lust Weekend: Contemporary Dance, Border Films, and Quantum Physics.

March 31
By Jocelyn Maggard

This weekend can be spent inside, experiencing the art of dance, outside, at the Crew Classic, or checking out some music, photography, film, and everything in between. Culture Lust contributor Jocelyn Maggard lists some options.

Events: 'Cabaret,' 'Foxfire,' 'In The Next Room'

Events: 'Cabaret,' 'Foxfire,' 'In The Next Room'

March 31
By Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

San Diego stages are busy these days with a smorgasbord of offerings. From the famed musical "Cabaret" to the Appalachian drama "Foxfire," there's something for everyone. We'll talk with theater critics Jim Hebert and Pam Kragen about the local theater scene.

The Opera Lover's Opera: 'Der Rosenkavalier'

The Opera Lover's Opera: 'Der Rosenkavalier'

March 30
By Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

Richard Strauss' "Der Rosenkavalier" is often called an opera lover's opera. We'll talk with SD Opera's artistic director Ian Campbell and Geisel Director of Education, Dr. Nic Reveles, about the history and staging of "Des Rosenkavalier" at San Diego Opera.

Composing For National Public Radio: A Conversation With BJ Leiderman

Composing For National Public Radio: A Conversation With BJ Leiderman

March 29
By Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

Public radio fans may not recognize the name BJ Leiderman (unless they listen closely to credits!), but they likely know his work. Leiderman composed the music that launches NPR shows like "Morning Edition," "Car Talk," and "Wait, Wait... Don't Tell Me." Leiderman is in town for a concert produced by Orchestra Nova.

Weekend Preview: Craft Beer, Nude Paintings

March 24
By Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

Music, dance and craft beer...we've got the makings of the great weekend preview today...and we'll even throw in a bit of a brough-ha-ha over large nude paintings.

Artist Wes Bruce's Fort Comes To Film

Artist Wes Bruce's Fort Comes To Film

March 18
By Jocelyn Maggard

San Diego artist and fort building extraordinaire, Wes Bruce, and filmmaker Bryan Bangerter screened their documentary "A Film About a Fort" at the Museum of Photographic Arts this week. Culture Lust contributor Jocelyn Maggard brought back these impressions.

Culture Lust Weekend: Hip-Hop, Irish Literature, and Ted Danson

Culture Lust Weekend: Hip-Hop, Irish Literature, and Ted Danson

March 17
By Jocelyn Maggard

Welcome musicians from the Czech Republic, hear some Irish poetry, or get crafty during this Culture Lust Weekend.

Culture Lust Weekend: Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, One Book One S...

Culture Lust Weekend: Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, One Book One San Diego, And Kites

March 3
By Jocelyn Maggard

This weekend, classical music fills the halls, San Diegans come together to talk literature, kites are flying, and so much more. Culture Lust contributor Jocelyn Maggard gathers the best bets for your weekend itinerary.

Culture Lust Weekend: NWEAMO, 'Stick Fly', and The Oscars

Culture Lust Weekend: NWEAMO, 'Stick Fly', and The Oscars

Feb. 24
By Jocelyn Maggard

Treat your ears to some electronic music at "NWEAMO and Tribeca's New Music Festival," watch some family drama in "Stick Fly," and end your Culture Lust Weekend finding out who takes home an Academy Award.

Events: CityBeat's Cover Art, Robert Wilson, And Electronic Music

Events: CityBeat's Cover Art, Robert Wilson, And Electronic Music

Feb. 24
By Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

The work of a prominent video artist is on view at the Timken Museum, a festival of electronic music launches, and CityBeat shows their cover art.

U.S. Ambassador For War Crimes Discusses Ongoing Work In Africa, Mi...

U.S. Ambassador For War Crimes Discusses Ongoing Work In Africa, Middle East

Feb. 21
By Hank Crook, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

What can be done to achieve justice for victims of war crimes? We speak to the United States Ambassador Of War Crimes, Stephen Rapp, about the work he's done on behalf of victims of war crimes and genocide.

Restaurants, Art And Dodgeball On The Weekend Preview

Feb. 17
By Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

New restaurants around town and new activities: from daily art assignments to dodgeball. Get ready to have your tastebuds tickled and your interest piqued in today's edition of the weekend preview.

February Is Museum Month

February Is Museum Month

Jan. 25
By Jocelyn Maggard

February is the month to visit our local museums for half price. Culture Lust contributor Jocelyn Maggard lists some of the exhibits on view around town during Museum Month.

Events: Pinback, The Pharcyde, Distinction Gallery

Jan. 6
By Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

2011 is here and the music and arts scene in San Diego is off to a strong start. We'll talk with two writers for San Diego CityBeat about what they recommend for your weekend itinerary.

Holiday Stages: December Theater Guide

Holiday Stages: December Theater Guide

Dec. 3
By Jocelyn Maggard

Culture Lust contributor Jocelyn Maggard assembled this joyous little guide to San Diego's holiday theater offerings.

Dining Out on Thanksgiving

Dining Out on Thanksgiving

Nov. 19
By Jocelyn Maggard

Don't feel like cooking next Thursday? Leave the stuffing at home this Thanksgiving and head to one of Culture Lust contributor Jocelyn Maggard's delicious alternatives instead.

Events: Four Day Weekend, Thievery Corporation, The Heavy

Events: Four Day Weekend, Thievery Corporation, The Heavy

Nov. 4
By Angela Carone, Jocelyn Maggard, Maureen Cavanaugh

Thievery Corporation, The Heavy, Nice Nice, and a four day concert series. That's the range of music that has captured the interests of our culture scouts on this edition of the Weekend Preview.