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TCM Classic Film Festival's Second Home Edition Runs Through Sunday

May 3
By Beth Accomando

TCM Classic Film Festival kicks off its second home edition of the pandemic. Charles Tabesh, senior vice president in charge of programming at Turner Classic Movies and a programmer for the festival, previews the event.

5 Works Of Art To See In San Diego In May

May 5
By Julia Dixon Evans

Here's some art to see right now in San Diego: Sien Collective at Sparks Gallery, Kaori Fukuyama at OMA, Amir Fallah at Lux, Annie Goldman at California Center for the Arts and Chitra Gopalakrishnan at Hill Street Country Club.

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Ocean Beach Pier Will Partially Reopen After Repairs, Possibly This Summer

May 5
By City News Service

San Diego will reopen the Ocean Beach Pier after repairs to damage caused by storms earlier this year are completed, it was announced Wednesday.

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5 Songs To Discover In San Diego In May

May 5
By Julia Dixon Evans

Discover new music from San Diego acts, including Vákoum, Kahlil Nash, Kori Gillis, Francisco Eme and a new video from The Strawberry Moons, plus a bonus live music show alert (!) with Carrie Feller and D.WREX.

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The Parker Edison Project: How God Changed The Rap Game

May 5
By Kurt Kohnen and Parker Edison

What's the connection between religion and rap? In this episode, an L.A. griot talks rap history, morals and money. Plus, host Parker Edison meets with an Emmy nominee for another exhilarating game of "6 Degrees."

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San Diego Celebrates Asian-American Pacific Islander Heritage Month

May 4
By Melissa Mae

May is Asian-American Pacific Islander Heritage Month in the United States. Asian-owned businesses and organizations in San Diego hope this month can help educate people about this diverse community.

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San Diego Weekend Arts Events: 'Toward Belonging,' Drive-In Opera LOLs, 'Crying In H-Mart,' And Exhibitions Closing Soon

April 29
By Julia Dixon Evans

This weekend in the arts: A dance film commissioned by the La Jolla Playhouse, "The Barber of Seville" drive-in, virtual Mission Creek Festival, Domestic Geographies open house and more art exhibitions closing soon.

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Mexicali Band Silent Releases 'Modern Hate'

April 28
By Julia Dixon Evans

Mexicali-based Silent's new full-length album "Modern Hate" was first inspired by hateful rhetoric surrounding construction of the US-Mexico wall. The album, out now on Three One G records, tackles the toxicity of hate with a powerful goth-punk beauty.

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Imagining MLK's Final Night In 'The Mountaintop'

April 28
By Julia Dixon Evans

Director Kandace Crystal tackles authenticity, flawed heroes and the power of collaboration with a filmed production of Katori Hall’s play, "The Mountaintop," from Roustabouts Theatre Co., American History Theater and TYPA.

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Port Of Entry Podcast: Medical Tourists Aren’t Always Crossing The Border To Save Money

April 28
By Kinsee Morlan

From KPBS and PRX, “Port of Entry” is launching a new series on medical tourism at the border. Up first: we follow a San Diego woman as she crosses the border for alternative cancer treatments in Tijuana.