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Entertainment Editor’s Weekend Picks

by Nick Knott, Entertainment Editor

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The semester’s end is looming, it’s something no Aztec can deny. As the struggles of studying, writing papers, crashing the library’s 24/7 section and consuming an unhealthy amount of caffeine become much more taxing it’s obviously difficult for Aztecs to keep up with the fun stuff. However, if Aztecs have stayed on top of their educational game, there’s some fun stuff in store for them this weekend.

Rae Sremmurd
Thursday April 14
Fluxx

Rae Sremmurd just recently visited San Diego for their own headlining show at the Observatory North Park. The rapper duo makes yet another trip to downtown San Diego which will no doubt prove to another raucous event for club-goers. The Brown brothers bring high energy and good vibes to their shows and this should be no different. For $2o, Aztecs can get themselves entry to a night of fun presented by one of the best up-and-coming rap groups in the game right now. And that is surely $20 well spent.

Josh Wolf
Thursday April 16-Saturday April 18

American Comedy Co. 

Josh Wolf’s comedic resume stands much higher than your run-of-the-mill comedian. He’s been featured on Chelsea Handler’s show “Chelsea Lately” as well as becoming a New York Time’s best selling author. Wolf brings his own style to comedy that keeps audiences dying laughing and begging for more.  His three-day stay in America’s Finest City will certainly bring the laughs and good times. American Comedy Co. is no better place to host said good times. Although parking is always terrible downtown, the downtown scene is perfect for either pre-gaming Josh Wolf or heading out after his set.

7 Billion Others
Museum of Photographic Arts
Balboa Park

This is possibly one of the most unique exhibits to roll through Balboa Park’s Museum of Photographic Arts in recent time. This exhibit displays the unlikely yet unique relationship between six thousand different citizens of Earth. The exhibits creators traveled to 84 countries and conducted interviews with people that will very well tug on the heart strings of visitors. Different subjects are highlighted during different months, this month features happiness, love, war and home life from different locations around the world.

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