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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 ...

Adams Avenue unplugs this weekend

San Diego's top event picks April 23-29

Thursday | 23 The Athenaeum has 14 murals on view and continues to install new art several times a year. Lynda Forsha, project curator, will share the inspiration and concept behind each and describe how ...

Get your super hero on at Marvel Universe Live

...and other event picks for the week of April 15-22

Thursday | 16 A touring show with special effects, pyrotechnics, aerial stunts, martial arts, motorcycles, and video projections designed to immerse the audience in the action and story. Runs through Sunday. Friday | 17 Josh ...

Flaunt it, make cider, and meet some artists

San Diego's top events picks from April 9-15

Thursday | 9 A runway event (with signature cocktails) featuring Scott Rich’s eco-friendly prints in his womenswear collection. Friday | 10 View Helen Redman’s explorations of motherhood plus a series of family portraits that she ...

Easter on the beach

And select events for the rest of the week

Thursday | 2 Cafe 21’s Chef Leyla and the team from Suzie’s Farm have created a menu using only Suzie’s organic, local produce. Add a cocktail pairing for an additional $20. Friday | 3 Photographer ...

Growler art, shred talks, and asteroids

Thursday | 26 Stories about riding the bus, reading a map, dealing with helmet hair, and whatever else can happen when people move en masse. The VAMP (Visual/Audio Monologue Performance) reading series is an evening ...

Say Goodbye to Kensington Video

The Kensington-Talmadge Community Association is throwing the Hanfords a send-off party in honor of their 50 years. Scott Marks, San Diego Reader film critic, will discuss what the store has meant to San Diego film ...

Shamrocking in the Gaslamp

A juried art and design exhibition of SDSU student and faculty works exploring food as a fundamental need, modern food production and its relationship to the environment, the culture of eating, and its relationship to ...

Somewhere between a lion and a lamb

San Diego's best events from March 5-11

Thursday | 5 TNT (Thursday Night Thing) Dive deeper into the arts with tours, art-making activities, live music on the plaza, and organic bites from Green Food Truck. This TNT celebrates the new exhibition Gravity ...

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