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Would You Take A Class Called 'Sex, Drugs, And Rock 'N' Roll'?

Sept. 16
By Beth Accomando

San Diego State University is using comics to teach students about critical thinking at a time when such skills are most needed.

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Mexican Wrestling Troupe Brings High Flying Theatrics To Logan Heights

Sept. 16
By Harrison Patiño , Jade Hindmon

A Logan Heights brewery is playing host to a regular showing of Lucha Libre — the high flying traditional sport of Mexican wrestling.

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San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Miss Breed, Public Destruction, 'La Cage Aux Folles,' Zelos Quartet And Women's Film Festival

Sept. 16
By Julia Dixon Evans

This weekend in the arts: the Broadway musical that inspired "The Birdcage," a saxophone quartet, "The Rebellious Miss Breed" reopens the downtown library's art gallery, and you can trash some art at SDMA.

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Remembering Yolanda López, Chicana Artist And Activist From Barrio Logan

Sept. 16
By Julia Dixon Evans

Artists, writers, activists and administrators reflect on the work and influence of Yolanda López, who passed away this month. A retrospective exhibition of López's work will open in October at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego's downtown campus.

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Summer Music: The DIY Chaos Of Skrapez

Sept. 15
By Jade Hindmon, Julia Dixon Evans, Kurt Kohnen

With manipulated synthesizers or homemade electronic instruments, the San Diego-based experimental duo Skrapez makes curious, creative and chaotic walls of sound.

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Port of Entry Podcast: How One Woman Used Huge Price Differences In Vet Care South Of The Border To Start Her Business

Sept. 15
By Kinsee Morlan

In this bonus episode of KPBS' border podcast Port of Entry, meet a woman who takes people’s pets from San Diego to Tijuana for more affordable veterinary care. It’s a story about the great lengths we’ll go to for our furry friends.

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New Performing Arts Center Brings Opportunity To Southwestern College

Sept. 14
By M.G. Perez

The $66 million state-of-the-art facility is now open, bringing new opportunities for students in music, dance and theater.

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Cinema Junkie Episode 215: Marvel's 'Shang-Chi' Director Destin Cretton

Sept. 9
By Beth Accomando

Two decades ago I met Destin Cretton at a student festival I ran and now he's directing Marvel's "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings." Here's Destin's origin story.

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San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Quint Gallery, Gardens Of Anuncia, SDMA+ Disco Riot And Haydn Voyages

Sept. 9
By Julia Dixon Evans

Our weekend arts picks: Gail Roberts, Ruth Pastine and "Dust to Dust" in La Jolla, "Gardens of Anuncia" at The Old Globe, dancers interpret Ana de Alvear and the Hausmann Quartet on a boat.

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Second Annual San Diego Design Week Looks To The Future

Sept. 9
By Julia Dixon Evans

San Diego Design Week showcases the potential of design in a sustainable, collaborative and intersectional border region. Outdoor options, installations, exhibitions and virtual events are running now through Sunday.

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