East Village

Fireworks, Where’s Waldo, and Brian Posehn

Thursday | 2 Gluten-free folks can have foodie fun on the Fourth of July. Complete with gingham tablecloths and the scent of an evening barbecue, the bakery hosts their first in-house lawn party featuring food ...

Enjoy the Beer Festival at the San Diego County Fair

...and other event picks this week!

Thursday | 18 Randy and Jason host a History Channel docu-comedy about statistics and how they tell the story of America called The United Stats of America. The Onion’s A.V. Club named their comedy CD ...

Jumbo Doggz, not your average wiener

Pop-up hot dog tent isn’t cheap but may have the best dogs in town

“Honestly,” says Carla. “This is the best damned dog I have ever had. Ever.” Is somebody paying her to say this? Not possible, because I’ve just brought this baby back to her from a pop-up ...

Tommie on the comeback

Homelessness behind him, Project 25 participant says he hardly drinks at all

The United Way–funded Project 25, in which 36 homeless people who cost San Diego the most in public resources were placed in apartments and closely “managed,” saved public agencies more than $110,000 per person — ...

Selma + gospel at the Central Library

It’s being heralded as the biggest movie event the San Diego Public Library has put together since moving to its expanded 350-seat digs at 330 Park Boulevard. Ralph DeLauro has for years been heading up ...

History of the Silk Road, Janeane Garofalo, and the Rock ’N’ Roll Marathon

Thursday | 28 The Silk Road was vital to the transmission of ideas and religious beliefs across Eurasia. Jim Richter, chair of the Museum’s Asian Arts Council, explores the diverse geography, climates, and cultures along ...

Chinese paintings, American Indian art, and music at In-Ko-Pah

What to do as May rolls in

Thursday | 30 Dr. Stephen Little, curator of Chinese and Korean Art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, evaluates the Chinese paintings in the San Diego museum’s permanent collection. Sponsored by the Asian ...

Banana burgers?

Caribbean Escape replaces buns with plantains

A burger with buns made of bananas? Welcome to the Caribbean, East Village-style! It takes the form of a big blue truck with “Caribbean Escape” pasted over its sides. It’s parked in the Quartyard space ...

Need: males, Republicans, Latinos

Stadium vote: "challenging but winnable"

The passing of a new Chargers stadium ballot measure next year will be "challenging but winnable," according to a study by the National University System Institute for Policy Research. The Republican-Latino coalition that put the ...

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