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Summer Music: Finnegan Blue's High-Energy Americana Is Big On Originality And Soul

Aug. 4
By Julia Dixon Evans, Kurt Kohnen, Maureen Cavanaugh

The KPBS Summer Music Series continues with the high-energy, original folk stylings of Finnegan Blue, a brother-sister fronted band that combines bluegrass with second line jazz and Irish folk.

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New Book By CSUSM Professor Looks To Haitian Revolution On Film

Aug. 4
By Beth Accomando

Cal State University San Marcos history professor Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall has written a book called "Slave Revolt on Screen: The Haitian Revolution in Film and Video Games."

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San Diego Weekend Arts Events: ‘Twenty Women Artists: NOW’, The 2021 Juried Biennial Exhibition And SD Practice

July 30
By Brooke Ruth, Emilyn Mohebbi, Jade Hindmon, Julia Dixon Evans

This weekend in the arts: "Twenty Women Artists: NOW" wraps up its exhibition, the 2021 Juried Biennial Exhibition hosts its closing reception, and SD Practice continues at two locations in the county.

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After The Pandemic Pause, Tiki Oasis Returns To Celebrate 20 Years

July 30
By Beth Accomando

Tiki Oasis returns from quarantine to celebrate its 20th year — at a new location — the recently renovated Town and Country Resort.

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Disneyland To Require Facemasks Indoors Starting Friday

July 29
By City News Service

The revised rules come after California public health officials on Wednesday aligned with new guidance from the CDC and recommended that everyone wear masks in indoor public settings, regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status.

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Cinema Junkie Episode 212: Crew Call — Stunt Performers Edition

July 28
By Beth Accomando

Cinema Junkie pays tribute to the men and women who risk their lives as Hollywood stunt performers. Check out Cinema Junkie's Crew Call: Stunt Performer Edition.

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Summer Music: Jelani Aryeh Went From High School Football Star To Gifted Pop Artist

July 28
By Julia Dixon Evans, Kurt Kohnen, Maureen Cavanaugh

Audiences are back, venues are opening up, and San Diego is bursting with music from local artists this summer. KPBS Summer Music Series returns, kicking things off with Jelani Aryeh.

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History Of Scripps Institution Of Oceanography Showcased In New Book

July 28
By Brooke Ruth, Emilyn Mohebbi, Jade Hindmon

The book is part of a series of books on the history of local places. It's called “Images of America: Scripps Institution of Oceanography.”

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Kaitlyn Greenidge Discusses Her Highly Anticipated Novel, 'Libertie'

July 27
By Emilyn Mohebbi, Julia Dixon Evans, Maureen Cavanaugh

Author Kaitlin Greenridge joined KPBS Midday Edition on Tuesday to discuss the book. She will be speaking Saturday during the second weekend of this year's virtual San Diego Writer's Festival.

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Baseball, Earthquakes And The Healing Power Of Friendship In San Diego Author's New Book

July 26
By Julia Dixon Evans

Chris Baron's middle-grade novel-in-verse, "The Magical Imperfect," is set in the Bay Area during the 1989 World Series, following the friendship of two young outcasts as they navigate ancestry, illness, magic and the earth cracked open.

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