One of the 131 students of #yosoy132 declaring her bona fide student identity
“Wanted” poster translation: “A vote for Peña Nieto is a vote for sexual torture.”
Puerto de Mogán, a fishing village in the southwest of the Canary Islands' Gran Canaria, ...
The Movement's bride, Mariana (and her father) in Mexico City
New York new-waver Twin Shadow plays Casbah Wednesday night.
Bomb the Music Industry! hits Ché Café on Tuesday.
The Shakedown stages L.A. glam-punk band Prima Donna on Saturday.
One-time Zappa backers Grandmothers of Invention take the stage at Anthology Friday night.
Papa Doug Manchester
SDSU seeks to import Chinese students.
Local comic Phil McAndrews received no credit when one of his strips was posted to ...
David King comic strip
David King (self portrait) started creating webcomics to force himself to meet deadlines.
UCSD professors Gary Jacobson and Keith Poole (emeritus) say that political partisanship is at an ...
Recruiting poster for independent ballplayers
Jim McInnes promoted local talent and launched rock careers on his Homegrown Hour radio show, ...
Roots-rocking Alabama Shakes rattles and rolls into House of Blues Thursday night.
Groovy Records owner Steve Kader is a musical jack of all trades.
Local songsmith Chad Farran loves to travel, hates bats.
Hargo’s “Regeneration X” got them the “Gimme the Gig” gig.
Kadan owner Chris Heaney: “They wanted something higher end.”
Sea Monsters and Freight (2007) offers three orders of monstrousness — industrial, natural, and existential.
Car Show (2001), by John Valadez, whose imagery possesses more moral curiosity than moral rage, ...
Matt Potter 2:30 p.m., July 28
Dorian Hargrove 2 p.m., July 28
Marty Graham 12:30 p.m., July 28
Larry Steckling 11 a.m., July 28
Don Bauder 10:30 a.m., July 28
Scott Marks 9 a.m., July 28
Ken Leighton 8:30 a.m., July 28
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