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Weekend Preview: Art After Dark, The Nervous Wreckords And New Comedy Club

San Diego band The Nervous Wreckords play The Casbah on Saturday, along with ...

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Above: San Diego band The Nervous Wreckords play The Casbah on Saturday, along with Gram Rabbit, Maren Parusel and Low Volts.

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Whether you're looking for outdoor daytime adventures or you prefer indoor nighttime art, music and comedy events, we've got you covered. Here are some of this weekend’s highlights:

Art After Dark: Pirates Ashore” is happening Friday at the Oceanside Museum of Art in Oceanside.

Turista Libre is happening Saturday at Mundo Divertido amusement park in Tijuana.

The San Diego River Community Enhancement Mural Project takes place Sunday in Mission Valley.

The Nervous Wreckords, Gram Rabbit, Maren Parusel and Low Volts play Saturday at The Casbah in downtown San Diego.

Spring EGG-ucation Family Days are happening Saturday and Sunday at the San Elijo Conservancy in Encinitas.

Comedian/actor Dave Foley ("Kids in the Hall", "News Radio") performs Friday and Saturday and comedian/actor Brian Posehn ("The Sarah Silverman Show") performs Sunday at The American Comedy Co. in downtown.

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