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Weekend Preview: Taste Of Julian, Taj Mahal And ‘Ripples From Walden Pond’

Legendary blues artist Taj Mahal performs Sunday at The Belly Up in Solana Be...

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Above: Legendary blues artist Taj Mahal performs Sunday at The Belly Up in Solana Beach.

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Theatergoers, foodies and music lovers can all rejoice this weekend, and enjoy a variety of events and activities. Here are some of this weekend’s highlights:

"A Man, His Wife and His Hat” runs through April 29 at Moxie Theatre in the College Area.

Taste of Julian is happening Saturday from 1 to 5 pm at various restaurants in Julian.

Cygnet Theatre’s “Ripples from Walden Pond” opens Monday and runs for four nights through April 24 at the Old Town Theatre in Old Town.

Grossmont College Community Open House is happening Friday and Saturday at Grossmont College in El Cajon.

Taj Mahal plays Sunday at the Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach.

The Titanic Centennial First Class Wine Dinner Package is happening Saturday at The Prado in Balboa Park.


David Coddon writes about theater for San Diego CityBeat.

Keli Dailey writes about food for U-T San Diego.


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