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Dancer means business

Dancer means business

by Christine Whitman, Senior Staff Writer // May 4, 2016

At 8, Carlo Di Dio discovered dance, more specifically—ballet. At 14, he became a professional ballet dancer, falling in love with its challenges. “You’re...

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Best album of 2016 goes to the 1975

Best album of 2016 goes to the 1975

by Ryo Miyauchi , A&L Editor // May 4, 2016

Out of the many albums released so far in 2016, no album fascinates me more than The 1975’s “I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful yet...

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Cine Latino en Fashion Valley Mall

Cine Latino en Fashion Valley Mall

by Andrea López-Villafaña, Escritora // March 8, 2016

El San Diego Latino Film Festival vuelve al cine AMC Fashion Valley 18 a partir del 10 de marzo. El festival que está celebrando su 23º aniversario durará...

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Cygnet’s ‘Assassins’ is a delightfully dark production

Cygnet’s ‘Assassins’ is a delightfully dark production

by David Dixon // April 10, 2013

It’s ironic how many recent musicals in San Diego have been about murder. The satirical “Chicago” was at the Birch North Park Theatre and the...

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SNEAK PEEK:Filmmakers take note

by Staff // October 18, 2010

?Legend of the Fist? will open the festival tomorrow. More than 140 films from 20 countries across Asia will be making their debut at one of the nation's...

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PASS THE POPCORN: The best of the worst

by Staff // October 18, 2010

After navigating ?Electric Avenue,? Margera claims tasers have replaced snakes as his No. 1 fear. It's hard to grade "Jackass 3D," because the franchise's...

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PASS THE POPCORN: Indie deserves some cred

by Staff // October 18, 2010

Andrew Dickler and Marguerite Moreau play a couple without the usual pre-wedding jitters in ?Douchebag.? After two years apart, brothers Sam (Andrew Dickler)...

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CONCERT CALENDAR : 10-20-10

by Staff // October 18, 2010

Thursday, October 21 What: Interpol with White Rabbits Cost: $25 When: 7 p.m. Where: Soma Friday, October 22 What: Flyleaf with Story of the Year Cost:...

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SNEAK PEEK: Detroit?s electrifying group comes to town

by Staff // October 13, 2010

Courtesy of Reybee Seven years ago, Jack White of The White Stripes was a saxophone-playing geriatric with light-up breasts. Although this may seem like...

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PASS THE POPCORN: Funnyman Galifianakis steals the show in ?Story?

by Staff // October 13, 2010

Courtesy of Focus Features "It starts on a bridge," Craig (Keir Gilchrist), a suicidal teenager, in Focus Feature's new film, "It's Kind of a Funny Story,"...

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PASS THE POPCORN: 3-D adds a new element to Knoxville?s same old story

by Staff // October 13, 2010

Courtesy of Paramount The kids are back. At least, that's what the opening song claims as MTV's welted prodigal sons stride out onto the set of "Jackass...

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TURN IT UP: Rock album isn?t quite so ?Fantazz?-tic

by Staff // October 13, 2010

"Fantazzmo 1: Enter the Fantazz" is a versatile album including several styles of music. Bandleader and guitarist Sergio Bedolla created "Fantazzmo" as...

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