San Diego in World War II
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Friday | 8

Everybody Black

Everybody Black

Everybody Black

Everybody Black

Rich, white historians want a definitive statement on the Black Experience. And they won’t just publish it; they’ll stuff it in a time capsule and shoot it into space, so aliens will have full knowledge before they arrive. But the black historian they choose is not only insane, he’s never met another black person.









Saturday | 9

Rocket Con

Rocket Con

San Diego Rocket Con

Rocket Con

Comic and toy show. Vendors sell geeky collectibles: statues, comics, and games. Meet artists, take photos with professional cosplayers, enter a cosplay contest. Awards for Best Craftsmanship: the majority of the costume must be made by the entrant; Most Detailed Design: the costume with the most precision and detail; and Best Practical Effect: the use of LED Lights, sound, makeup or any other practical effect in the costume.

Monday | 11

San Diego Music Awards

San Diego Music Awards

Past Event

San Diego Music Awards

  • Monday, March 11, 2019, 6 p.m.
  • House of Blues, 1055 Fifth Avenue, San Diego

San Diego Music Awards

Celebrating the best of the local music scene. Presenters include local DJs Jim McInnes, Tim Pyles, and Robin Roth, plus hometown hero Jason Mraz. Performers include Redwoods Collective, Veronica May, Vokab Kompany, Ariel Levine, Casey Hensley, Shane Hall, and the Java Joe All Stars featuring Jason Mraz, Jeff Berkley, Gregory Page, and Billy Galewood.







Tuesday | 12

San Diego in World War II

San Diego in World War II

Past Event

Home Front San Diego in World War II

San Diego in World War II

Come see a multimedia presentation on how San Diego was profoundly changed by World War II. Long before the war, San Diego had become a “Navy town” because of its Naval and Coast Guard facilities. But during the first weeks of war, fears of invasion or air attacks were strong. At the time, the city’s only air defenses were guns on the ships in harbor, but this was soon corrected. Balboa Park was rapidly transformed into a Navy training base and San Diego became hub for military activity in Pacific. The population nearly doubled between 1940 and 1943.

Wednesday | 13

Hear the latest fish studies

Hear the latest fish studies

Past Event

How Technology is Being Used to Study Fish Populations

  • Wednesday, March 13, 2019, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
  • Grossmont College, 8800 Grossmont College Drive, El Cajon
  • Free

Hear the latest fish studies

Dr. David Demer and his team develop sampling technologies and use them to investigate zooplankton and fish stocks and predator-prey interactions. He has conducted surveys along the west coast of North America from the Sea of Cortes to the Bering Sea; along the East Coast from the Gulf of Mexico to the Gulf of Maine; in the Irish, Ligurian, and Red Seas, off South Africa, and in the Southern Ocean.

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