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Can Music Enhance One’s Life? What are the benefits of music and taking private music lessons?  As Carmel Valley parents, this is a question we often ask ourselves.  We live in a community that can offer pretty much everything for our kids.  So many activities, so many sports, so many ways to improve our kids’ […]

Pop Theater is thrilled to present The Beautiful Machine – An original Sci-Fi Pop/Rock Musical- part of the 5th Annual San Diego International Fringe Festival with five performances at Centro Cultural de la Raza, Balboa Park, San Diego, June 24 – July 1, 2017.  The Beautiful Machine is set in a dystopian, futuristic enclosed city. The government […]

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April 13 special event planned: San Diego Symphony Special Projects Director Nuvi Mehta brings acclaimed artists Callot, Goya, Bellows’ to life with the music of Shostakovich and Mahler illustrating the human condition in times of conflict.  In an innovative twist for exhibitions, the Timken Museum of Art is charting a new course by collaborating with […]

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What if there was a musical – simultaneously serious and hilarious, that explores the wild ride of life’s later years, addressing the good, the bad and the ugly of aging? Rag Lady Productions’ THE GEEZE AND ME is a musical production about the aging process, upsides and down. The World Premiere of The Geeze And Me will […]

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The Timken Museum of Art Presents Witness to War: A Powerfully Moving, Thought-Provoking and Evocative Exhibit Featuring the Works of Jacques Callot, Francisco Goya and George Bellows.  ‘Witness to War’ depicts searing images from the 17th to 20th centuries portraying the ‘Thirty Years’ War,’ ‘Napoleonic Wars’ and ‘World War I’:  January 27-May 28, 2017. The Timken Museum […]

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Perry Chen’s movie review of Trolls: Trolling for Cash by DreamWorks Animation. “Once upon a time, in a happy forest, in the happiest tree, lived the happiest creatures the world has ever known: the Trolls.” Trolls are tiny fluorescent-haired creatures who live in a culture saturated with manic festivity. Their antithesis, the gargantuan puke-colored Bergens, […]

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In the fall of 2006, owner Mindy Love Watkins opened Love to Dance, Inc. holding classes in the Double Tree Hotel in Carmel Valley.  In January 2007 Love to Dance, Inc. opened with just one dance room in Torrey Hills.  Now, the studio offers over 65 classes per week, has two dance rooms, sprung floors, homework […]

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Canyon Crest Academy Presented with Second Runner-Up Award and Cash Prize at Teen Indie Awards AT&T congratulates the student filmmakers of Canyon Crest Academy in San Diego, who received the Second Runner-Up award and a $2,500 cash prize at this year’s first-ever Cyberbullying Film Invitational, held during the All American High School Film Festival in […]

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The San Diego Chinese Historical Museum (SDCHM) will screen the film, Honor and Duty: The Mississippi Delta Chinese at the Chuang Archive and Learning Center on November 19, 2016 from 2:00 pm-4:00 pm. A Q&A will follow the film screening. Special guests including the executive producer, Samantha Chang, will help facilitate the discussion. This event […]

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Sip. Savor. Support. Outside the Lens (OTL), a San Diego non-profit organization that empowers youth through filmmaking, photography and digital media is proud to host its fourth annual fundraiser: Shutter & Stout, in support of its transformative youth outreach programs. The goal of the event is to build on the success of prior years, in […]

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  The San Diego Chinese Historical Museum (SDCHM) will host acclaimed Chinese brush painter and calligrapher, Henry Wo Yue-kee on Saturday, September 24, 2016 from 2:00pm-4:00pm. Acclaimed Chinese Artist Wo will demonstrate his unique painting techniques as he captures the essence of nature in front of an audience at the Museum. The audience will witness […]

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North County Dance Arts, founded almost four decades ago, and continually directed by Tanya and Louis McKay, presented their annual recital performances, this year’s titled Elevate, at the Mandeville Center Auditorium on Saturday, July 30, 2016. Only minutes from Downtown San Diego, with plenty of free parking, this venue has one of the largest stages in […]

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