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Saville full for Curtis Fuller

Roxann Trillo September 28, 2010

Lights dimmed and voices faded as a wailing trumpet marked the beginning of The Curtis Fuller Quintet's sold-out performance on Sept. 21 at the Saville Theatre. When he wasn't sharing a joke with the...

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Prepping for Trolley Dances

Carlos Maia September 28, 2010

City college student Brianne Bridge, majoring in child development and dance, practices near the San Diego Convention Center for her Trolley Dances performance which takes place on Oct. 2 and 3. Trolley...

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Franek, professor by day, film curator by night

Mollie Shepardson September 14, 2010

Film professor Lisa Franek has been leading a double life as San Diego City College professor by day and as curator for the San Diego Latino Film Festival (SDLFF) by night. The SDLFF has been introducing...

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Jazz festival returns to OB

Ryan Johnson September 14, 2010

Although Sept. 11 will forever be known as a day of remembrance of attacks on American soil, residents of Ocean Beach used the date as an occasion to celebrate. Known for its eclectic community, the residents...

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Fame-hungry stars set to hit the dance floor

Christine Klee September 14, 2010

Michael Bolton. Brandy. Margaret Cho. Rick Fox. Jennifer Grey. David Hasselhoff. Florence Henderson. Kyle Massey. Bristol Palin. Audrina Patridge. Michael Sorrentino. Kurt Warner. These stars will appear...

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Theater sings a new song

Haley Manbeck September 14, 2010

Thirty students auditioned Sept. 4 for the upcoming musical, "Songs for a New World" at the Saville Theatre. Auditioning students sat waiting as they were each called on stage to sing. The talent varied...

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Be Careful- “Salt” might just kill you

Christine Klee August 31, 2010

K.C. Insane. Insane in the best possible way. These words come to mind when watching Angelina Jolie's new action thriller "Salt". Jolie plays Evelyn Salt, a CIA agent accused of being a Russian spy....

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Review: Are the kids really all right?

Bri Heath August 31, 2010

By Bri Heath Contributor An independent film that has been featured in the Sundance Film Festival, "The Kids Are All Right" stars Annette Bening and Julianne Moore, a lesbian couple named Nic (Bening)...

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Corner Chef

Bri Heath August 31, 2010

K.C. "I was bored of plain pancakes, and the only spices I had were cinnamon, vanilla, and jasmine. I love jasmine, so I thought, 'why not?'" Ingredients: 2 ¨ cups all-purpose flour 2 ´ tsp baking...

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Two campus professors exhibit art

Olivia Holt August 31, 2010

By Olivia Holt City Times Contemporary art pumps and flows in the heart of San Diego. Each year, the Athenaeum's 19th Annual Juried Exhibition recognizes the work of 35 local artists, and two of those...

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Remake of’Nightmare’ movie is anything but

BJ Grieve and BJ Grieve May 18, 2010

The end of April is here and another remake in the endless array of unoriginal ideas that has graced the silver screen of late has come with it. "A Nightmare On Elm Street," however, isn't half bad. The...

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B.o.B drops a bomb

Hip-hop has been waiting for a messiah for awhile now; an artist who has mass appeal and who can generate buzz across many different genres. Atlanta's B.o.B. just might be that artist. B.O.B.'s many...

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