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Fine art professors Wayne Hulgin and Terry Hughes-Oelrich (far right) chat while students from their art classes examine the works in the gallery. (Photo by Lupe Diaz)

City College Professors Embrace New Art Space

“We Are in Such a Great Place in the Center of Downtown,” Artist YC Kim Says
Lupe Diaz December 12, 2014

San Diego City College now has a spacious art gallery located in Room 314 of the Arts and Humanities building thanks to a voter-approved construction bond program. “We are in such a great place in the...

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Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani speaks about how the city restructured its Police Department diminish crime rates. He spoke at a press conference Oct. 19 at CECUT, Cultural Center of Tijuana, headquarters of Tijuana Innovadora. (Photo by Celia Jimenez)

Inside Tijuana Innovadora

Cross-Border, Multicultural Event Works to Revive the Image of Tijuana and the Border Region
Aldo Ramirez December 12, 2014

The cities of San Diego and Tijuana go beyond sharing their geography — they share a culture all their own due to the social environment that is created in the region, even though they both belong...

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Even if you’re under 21, you don’t have to be at the bar to enjoy live music at Cafe 21 in San Diego (Photo by Steve Churchill)

Lots to Do if You’re Under 21

Check out these venues in San Diego
Steve Churchill December 12, 2014

You’ve turned 18, graduated from high school, enrolled in college — feeling like an adult. You can drive a car, vote in elections, be drafted into the military for foreign wars. It can be frustrating,...

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Located at the Headquarters at Seaport District, the Aaron Chang Ocean Art Gallery features a variety of fine art photographs from San Diego as well as examples from Changs journeys to other countries. Gallery staff are attentive and friendly able to answer any questions you could come up with regarding the art on the walls. Photo credit: Troy Orem

A breath of fresh art

Paola Garcia, Life & Arts Editor December 9, 2014

The ocean is often times a reflection of serenity and bliss, a host of many hobbies and also a source of endless inspiration. And this is the case for Aaron Chang, a photojournalist who presents his work...

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AKB48s Team K during the final performance of the 2014 revival of their fourth stage show “Saishuu Bell ga naru” in the AKB48 Theatre in Akihabara, Tokyo on April 16. AKS, Courtesy photo.

SoundBreak: AKB48’s Team K steps out of the classic J-pop box

Angelica Wallingford December 9, 2014

Looking back, 2008 was a very interesting year for music. Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” reached its 25th anniversary, pop punk pioneers The Get Up Kids reunited and indie rock darlings the Dum Dum...

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Sora (right) fighting Organization XIII member Marluxia during one of the new boss fights featured in the final mix version of “Kingdom Hearts 2.” Courtesy photo

Square Enix drops a game-changer with ‘Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD Remix’

Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief December 9, 2014

Oh, nostalgia. So long are the days where controllers had wires extending to the console and games weren’t running in high definition. Sometimes gamers yearn for a little nostalgia every now and then....

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Abraham Joseph Sanders, also known as Abjo. Photo credit: Richard Lomibao

In a world of Abjo

Richard Lomibao December 9, 2014
San Diego native Soulection-producer, Abraham Joseph Sanders, awakens the ears with a mindset to open people's soul through the use of mesmerizing synthesizers and snappy snare hits that sound like music in a digital dream.
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Events to kick off the holiday season

Jennifer Manalili December 6, 2014

With the semester quickly drawing to a close and finals and tests finally out of the way, many students can now afford some time to take a deep breath and kick the holiday season into full gear. Here are...

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Flying Lotus performs at the First Avenue Mainroom in
 Minneapolis on Oct. 25. Justin Sengly, official Facebook photo.

Flying Lotus releases mind-bending new material on 5th studio album

Richard Lomibao November 19, 2014

Through each release, Flying Lotus builds and reveals new-found existence. With his most recent release, “You’re Dead!” 30-year-old Steve Ellison’s fifth album raises tribute to his own success...

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Students create crepe paper flowers to adorn Dia de los Muertos altars during the Oct. 30 event in the cafeteria. Photo credit: Celia Jimenez

Celebrating the dead

Kenan Jackson November 19, 2014

Living near the border doesn’t come without a cultural benefit. In this case San Diego gets to share with Mexico one of their most picturesque traditions: the celebration of Dia de los Muertos or Day...

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On stage the actors of  “All Night Strut” perform a mixture of songs and dances from the different eras of history between the 1930s and ’40s. Photo credit: Celia Jimenez

A jump, a jive and a Broadway lullaby – Songs and dances from the ’30s and ’40s come alive and dazzle in two-hour musical revue ‘All Night Strut’

Amber Henry November 19, 2014

Reaching beyond the experiences within their own generation, the young stars in the cast of “All Night Strut” entertain, sung and danced their way through history as they brought to life an era from...

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Pacific Arts Movement Artistic Director Brian Hu and student Anthony Amato discuss the line-up for the 15th Annual San Diego Asian Film Festival in V-101 on Nov. 4. Photo credit: Angelica Wallingford

Transcending gender in Asian cinema

Angelica Wallingford November 19, 2014

Seats in V-101 were filled quickly with students and staff to listen to Pacific Arts Movement’s Artistic Director Brian Hu introduce the 15th Annual San Diego Asian Film Festival to City College and...

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