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City college professors weigh in on ‘Gravity’

November 5, 2018

The San Diego Central Library will be hosting a screening of the film “Gravity” on Monday, Nov. 5, followed by a discussion led by San Diego City College professors Lisa Will and Shane Haggard in the Joan and Irwin Jacobs Common.

New breweries refreshing downtown

New breweries refreshing downtown

November 2, 2018

Craft beer is pouring into downtown’s East Village. 

8 must-haves for your Dia de los Muertos altar

8 must-haves for your Dia de los Muertos altar

November 1, 2018

Contrary to the spooky vibes that Halloween brings, Dia de los Muertos is a celebratory event that should not be confused for the Mexican version of Halloween.

Still looking for the perfect costume?

Still looking for the perfect costume?

October 30, 2018

Still looking for the perfect costume? Check out some of San Diego's best options.

What does Halloween 2018 look like according to Google?

What does Halloween 2018 look like according to Google?

Nadia Mishkin, News Editor

October 30, 2018

The No. 1 costume search both nationwide and in San Diego is the video game sensation Fortnite.

Halloween week events continue in San Diego

Halloween week events continue in San Diego

October 30, 2018

Halloween falls on Hump Day, but the city won’t be dead. Here is a list of upcoming Halloween and Dia de los Muertos events on and around the City College campus.

Bands and breweries bring punk rock fans to Skallywag

Bands and breweries bring punk rock fans to Skallywag

October 22, 2018

Waterfront Park, perfectly placed between a marina full of ships, the downtown skyline and planes diving into the airport, provided the ideal setting for Scallywag beer and music festival on Oct. 20.

Scallywag festival is back in San Diego

Scallywag festival is back in San Diego

October 19, 2018

Waterfront Park is turning Rancid on Oct. 20. The ska-influenced punk band with the mega-hit songs "Time Bomb" and "Ruby Soho" will headline at the Scallywag music and craft beer festival.

‘Mandy’ brings balanced action-horror nostalgia

October 9, 2018

Armed with a crossbow, Red Miller (Nicolas Cage) forges a battle axe and sets out to end the lives of the deranged cult and the somewhat mythical creatures assisting them in Panos Cosmatos’ sophomore film, “Mandy.”

SD Asian Film Festival opens in theaters

SD Asian Film Festival opens in theaters

October 8, 2018

The San Diego Asian Film Festival is in its 19th consecutive year of exhibition. The annual nonprofit event has a simple mission: to expand the legacy of Asian cinema.

‘Anatomy of Gray’ to premiere at the Black Box Theatre

‘Anatomy of Gray’ to premiere at the Black Box Theatre

September 25, 2018

A period piece set in 1890s rural America, “Anatomy of Gray” features a twist of fate when outsider Dr. Galen Gray crash lands his hot air balloon in the small town of Gray, Indiana. 

Mental health awareness message lasts long after KAABOO’s finale

Mental health awareness message lasts long after KAABOO’s finale

September 24, 2018

KAABOO Del Mar artists Imagine Dragons and Stealing Oceans focused on positive messages to raise awareness about mental health issues. These messages were prevalent not only in their lyrics, but also in direct messages to fans between songs.

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