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Saville hosts ‘The Vagina Monologues’

Tom Andrew April 6, 2010

"The Vagina Monologues" by Eve Ensler premiered for the first time at the Saville Theatre on March 12. The theatre was packed and the lobby was bustling with patrons bidding on silent auction items that...

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Pippin: Coming to a theater very near you

Nick Moone April 6, 2010

Music, dance and comedy will grace the stage of the San Diego City College's Saville Theater as the Broadway musical "Pippin" stands in the spotlight starting April 9. "The play is the tongue-in cheek...

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‘Alice in Wonderland’ is not the must-see movie of the year

Christine Klee March 16, 2010

In "Alice in Wonderland," the main character is faced with a difficult decision - marry the person she is expected to, or risk staying single and unhappy all her life. Alice decides to do neither, but...

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Jazz emsembles play at fest

Shaun Mulroy March 16, 2010

Jazz was in the 'ear' March 6 as City College and Jazz88 hosted 21 area bands for the 6th Annual Student Jazz Festival. The Saville Theater, City's television studio and C-211 were sites for the brief...

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Up in the Air: Movie versus novel

Brittany Johnson March 16, 2010

In corner number one, weighing in at 303 pages and written by Walter Kirn, welcome: "Up in the Air", the novel; and in corner number two, weighing in at 109 minutes and directed by Jason Reitman, give...

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Tim Burton’s ‘Alice’ is a fascinating film to watch

Tom Andrew March 16, 2010

Not many directing styles are as easily recognizable within the first few seconds of a film as Tim Burton's, characterized by his choice of music and lighting, his dark vibrant mood, and his leading man....

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Up in the Air Review

Brittany Johnson March 16, 2010

In corner number one, weighing in at 303 pages and written by Walter Kirn, welcome: "Up in the Air", the novel; and in corner number two, weighing in at 109 minutes and directed by Jason Reitman, give...

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Henry Franklin Quartet jazzes up the standard

Andrea Malloyd March 2, 2010

The Henry "Skipper" Franklin Jazz Quartet offered something for all generations during their performance as part of a free concert series for KSDS Jazz 88.3 FM members at Saville Theatre on Feb. 9. The...

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The Soft Pack releases debut album

Ricky Soltero March 2, 2010

San Diego indie rockers The Soft Pack deliver their self-titled debut album on Kemado Records amidst the media buzz and hype that has surrounded the band ever since they caught the attention of many music...

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Movie Preview: ‘The Hot Tub Time Machine’

Brittany Johnson March 2, 2010

Ever wanted to go back in time 20 years and change something? "I wouldn't change anything," said Craig Robinson, a star of the new film "The Hot Tub Time Machine." "That's not the message of the film,"...

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Let the Oscar race begin

Tom Andrew March 2, 2010

The Oscar race is well underway as Hollywood's elite will gather together under one roof March 7 to announce the winners in over 24 categories. These include the Best Picture category which now has 10...

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Movie Review: ‘The Wolfman’

BJ Grieve March 2, 2010

"The Wolfman" starring Benicio Del Toro is the latest attempt by Universal Studios at rejuvenating the character for modern audiences. It is also the absolute worst. Del Toro plays Lawrence Talbot, a...

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