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San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Pride, Guillermo Galindo, North Park Book Fair, 'And We Will Sing Again In The Tall Grass' And iPalpiti Festival

July 15
By Julia Dixon Evans

Our weekend arts picks include the North Park Book Fair, Sidro Saturdays and an exhibition at the Front, Pride, Guillermo Galindo's found object sonic devices and the iPalpiti Festival.

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San Diego Author Anisha Bhatia On Writing About Culture, Empowering Women

July 14
By Jade Hindmon, Megan Burke

Bhatia's debut novel, “The Rules Of Arrangement,” uses the lens of arranged marriage to voice a social commentary on beauty standards, colorism, body image and expectations for South Asian women.

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San Diego Pride: Hybrid Events, Full-Strength Heart

July 14
By Julia Dixon Evans

With virtual and in-person events, some scaled back or moved outdoors, Pride is back. Plus, this year, the inaugural Larry T. Baza Art and Culture Award honors Diversionary's Matt Morrow.

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Taking A Page From The Past In 'Dear ONE'

July 14
By Julia Dixon Evans

Diversionary Theatre's newest Teen-Versionary production takes place during SD Pride with outdoor performances of Joshua Irving Gershick's 2012 play set in midcentury queer America.

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Cinema Junkie Episode 211: Critical Thinking And The Marvel Cinematic Universe

July 14
By Beth Accomando

Cinema Junkie returns from quarantine break with an episode that celebrates pop culture, Since July is the month of Comic-Con we talk about comic book movies focusing on the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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Former San Diego Museum Of Art Employees Sues Over Alleged Sexual Harassment

July 12
By City News Service

According to her lawsuit filed Friday in San Diego Superior Court, female employees were sexually harassed by one of the museum's male employees and regularly sexually harassed, groped, or otherwise inappropriately touched by intoxicated guests at museum events.

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'Cinema Junkie' Podcast Relaunches July 14

July 12
By Beth Accomando

Cinema Junkie podcast has been on a quarantine break but returns July 14 will new and improved episodes to satisfy your celluloid addiction.

The “Say Their Names” Memorial exhibit at the S...

San Diego African American Museum Of Fine Art Unveils 'Say Their Names' Memorial

July 12
By City News Service

The "Say Their Names" exhibit is free to the public and will be open and accessible daily through July 25.

San Diego Weekend Arts Events: SD Practice, Ghost Light Masquerade, Cristóbal Gracia, 'Soft Plans' And High Tea

July 8
By Julia Dixon Evans

New civic art at Bread & Salt and San Diego Art Institute, The Rosin Box’s live, haunting dance, hot sauce art at Best Practice, music video night at Ken Club and an outdoor music, art and food gala.

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Sandbox VR Lets You Fight Zombies, Alien Bugs, Pirates

July 7
By Beth Accomando

Sandbox VR opened shortly before the pandemic hit and has now fully reopened. Located in Mission Valley Shopping Center, the virtual reality gaming facility allows groups of up to six players fight zombies, alien bugs or each other.