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salty dog

David McAtee July 30, 2008

Artist Adam Belt's newest installation at the Athenaeum in La Jolla features the unlikely natural substance of salt as the medium. The installation is entitled Convergence and explores the ways that salt...

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THEATER REVIEW – ’42nd Street’ opens despite some bumps

Heather Richards April 14, 2008

Heather Richards City Times "I like the show . there are a lot of girls," John Puente said, after seeing the production of "42nd street" at City College. "The music is good, I like the music . the topic...

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DAVID McATEE April 14, 2008

Dsvid McATEE City Times Artist Adam Belt's newest installation at the Athenaeum in La Jolla features the unlikely natural substance of salt as the medium. The installation is entitled Convergence and...

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Experience yields results on ’42nd Street’ set for June Richards

HEATHER RICHARDS April 7, 2008

HEATHER RICHARDS City Times Two of the actors are stopped, yet again, by June Richards' sharp voice. "No, no, no. I will scream from the audience. It's an ugly gesture - what I said nine thousand times." Fifteen...

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Broadway musical comes to the Saville

Heather Richards April 7, 2008

Heather Richards City Times The City College production of the Broadway musical "42nd Street" will have their opening night April 11 at 8 p.m., and features an ensemble cast aged 18 to 79. Swept along...

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DJ Johnny Flores to obtain degree after long delay

HEIDI STENQUIST April 7, 2008

HEIDI STENQUIST CityTimes At 49, John Flores can finally say he is. Sober now four years, he's looking forward to graduating this June having earned his Associates of Science in radio/television. Thirty-three...

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Jazz legend Jon Mayer kicks off tour and packs Saville Theatre

Evonne Ermey February 26, 2008

Evonne Ermey City Times The Saville Theatre opened to a full house Feb. 12 as jazz fans stood chocked up against the sidewalk and ticket window for a chance to listen to the Jon Mayer Trio. The ensemble,...

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Mortenson serves ‘Three Cups of Tea’ to audience

Sonjiala Hotchkiss February 26, 2008

Sonjiala Hotchkiss City Times Greg Mortenson ventured to the Himalaya Mountains with his whole heart dedicated to a task. This task was inspired by a woman who was born less lucky than many of us. "Three...

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Masks come to life at Saville

David McAtee February 26, 2008

David McAtee City Times On Wednesday, February 27, at the Saville Theater, Bill LeVasseur will be sharing his passion for masks and his travels throughout Mexico with "The Other Face of Mexico-Masks"...

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FOOD REVIEW – Urban Solace brings wellness to your wallet

Lauren Ciallella February 26, 2008

Lauren Ciallella Contributor Possibly one of the best phrases in the English language, "pile of cheese biscuits with orange honey butter" had me so excited that I called my mom, sensing she would be...

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Louis XIV gives ’70s glam new life with second release on Atlantic

David McAtee February 26, 2008

David McAtee City Times Fans of pre-disco era glam rock will love the indulgent falsetto of Louis XIV's latest release "Slick Dogs and Ponies" on Atlantic Records. The band hit it big with the release...

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Celebrating International Women’s Day at City College

Michelle Suthers February 26, 2008

Michelle Suthers City Times Amnesty international, Danza Mixcoatl and City College professors and students honored women in celebration of international Women's Day, March 6 at the Saville Theater. This...

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