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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 ...

A spoken-word look at African-American artists

Five great sultanates ruled central India at the same time as the Mughal Empire, producing wonderful paintings, textiles, and metalwork. Marika Sardar, associate curator of Southern Asian and Islamic Art, will introduce the art from ...

Cirque Du Soleil’s Varekai leaps into San Diego

The event includes a lion dance, lamp offerings, first incense offering for the new year, homage to thousand Buddhas service, and you can make a wish for the new year. Enjoy craft beverages from California ...

Mardi Gras, the Lunar New Year, Brewbies, and Dawdling Doodles

Take an exclusive after-hours tour of the exhibition American Visions and then let your creativity flow as you create a work inspired by Asher B. Durand’s The Catskills. Local artist Jessica Oh will guide you ...

The Kodo Drummers of Japan return

Humorist and author Garrison Keillor makes a rare San Diego appearance. America’s favorite storyteller will entertain with comic monologues and anecdotes delivered with his signature “down comforter voice.” The Kodo Drummers of Japan return with ...

Balboa Park: The Magic City

Your San Diego Week: January 28-February 4

Patricia J. Graham, Ph.D., will discuss the themes of her new book, Japanese Design: Art, Aesthetics, & Culture, exploring the characteristics of Japanese design and the religious and cultural factors that contributed to its creation, ...

Stop and see the flowers

Nick Thune’s last solo show before his “Very Tour! Much Comedy!” tour with Kate Berlant and Ben Kronberg hits up 13 cities on the East Coast over two weeks. Thune has recently performed on The ...

Prairie Style architecture in Mission Hills

First, a private tour of the exhibition China’s Lost Civilization: The Mystery of Sanxingdui, with rare objects from one of the greatest archaeological sites ever unearthed in China. Next, view Heavenly Horses: Two Thousand Years ...

Peking acrobats in Escondido

The 1915 Exposition spotlighted San Diego on a global scale for the first time in its history, and the Museum of Man is commemorating the occasion with beer tastings from craft breweries, food from local ...

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