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Exhibit expands beyond paintings

Exhibit expands beyond paintings

November 18, 2015

As people admired the selection of paintings at the opening reception of the art exhibit “Presence” last week, a less traditional form of art may have...

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Bar serves li-beer-ty and justice for all

Bar serves li-beer-ty and justice for all

October 14, 2015

Like a Yogurtland for beer and wine, Barrel Republic in Pacific Beach allows patrons to self-pour and taste a plethora of beer and wine at their own leisure. The...

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SDSU’s “Sylvia” is doggone delight

September 30, 2015

A marriage is derailed when a husband essentially has a love affair with a spunky stray dog he finds in the park in the romantic comedy “Sylvia,” a...

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Serial singer swappers Clean Bandit stop at SDSU

Serial singer swappers Clean Bandit stop at SDSU

September 24, 2015

Known for blending electronic and classical music, Clean Bandit is not quite pop and not quite electronic dance music, and it isn’t classical or hip-hop...

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Diverse selection of shorts to show at SDSU festival

Diverse selection of shorts to show at SDSU festival

September 14, 2015

From psycho-thrillers with twist endings to lighthearted rom-coms, the Best of the Best Film Festival at San Diego State will screen a diverse selection...

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Stand-up comedian to slay SDSU

Stand-up comedian to slay SDSU

September 2, 2015

Stand-up comedian Brian Regan has performed on “Late Night with David Letterman” a record-breaking 28 times, released four stand-up specials in the...

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Professor displays his way with words

Professor displays his way with words

September 2, 2015

An assistant professor to eight linguistic classes at San Diego State, Douglas S. Bigham became enamored with language when he was a young child. “I...

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Trailer park satire tacked real issues

Trailer park satire tacked real issues

April 30, 2015

A community comprised of white-trash trailer park dwellers, including an agoraphobic former mathlete, a stripper on the run, and a woman who was named...

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Indie-rock band Rylin dreams big

Indie-rock band Rylin dreams big

April 9, 2015

San Diego-based indie rock band Rylin draws influence from dreamy, whimsical movie soundtracks like “Big Fish” and “Charlie and The Chocolate Factory,”...

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Theater and film department offer Aztecs deals

March 27, 2015

Aztecs will be able to reap the benefit of Student Saver Sundays at UltraStar Cinemas in Mission Valley. The program allows Aztecs the opportunity to pay...

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Alice

Wonderland waltzes into campus theater

March 12, 2015

The whimsical nonsense world of Wonderland came to life this weekend in the School of Theatre, Television and Film’s production of “ALICE: Curiouser...

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Reggae band embraces new sound

Reggae band embraces new sound

March 9, 2015

After recently releasing the much-anticipated album, "Sand in the Sky," Santa Cruz-bred reggae-rock band The Expendables will be performing their final...

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Filmmakers emerge on top at campus festival

Filmmakers emerge on top at campus festival

February 17, 2015

Moviegoers and film enthusiasts gathered last Thursday and Friday night for the Emerging Filmmaker Festival in the Don Powell Theatre. Thursday’s screening...

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