Mike Wofford and friends play jazz at the Scripps Research Institute
Pianist Vicky Chow kicks off Fresh Sound’s 20th-anniversary season
This may be your last chance to catch Coast Modern at an intimate venue
Liz-Fest, a memorial tribute for Chica Diabla’s late singer
Los Amigos has performed in 60 countries, but the musical recipe hasn’t changed
The Kickback, August 26 at the Soda Bar
Art workshops for the youngsters at Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
They prefer to be called “mobile gourmet chefs,” thank you
A day of cars, women, and “urban lifestyle”
Mike Hess Brewing goes big for their seven-year anniversary
Surf judges will be looking for dogs with the ability to “grip it and rip ...
The largest female surfing contest in the world, right here in S.D.
A better-than-you’d think hard-rock conglomerate at Brick by Brick
Saturday, July 29: Extreme Autofest at Qualcomm
Green Flash Concert Series at Birch Aquarium — they build the stage over the tidepool ...
Youth band at Point Loma Park Concert Series
Matt Phillips won the Zócalo Public Square poetry prize
Collins was the second-highest-paid schools chief in California.
H&M Landing. As soon as a dorado is hooked, it is easy to tell it ...
Depends on how you define “good-sized.”
The Cotter Uranium Mill south of Canon City was declared a Superfund site in 1984.
Waste from the Manhattan Project was dumped at the site.
Gordon Smith, Jeff Smith, Joe Applegate, Mark Orwoll 8:30 a.m., Nov. 17
Eleanor Widmer, Gordon Smith, Jeannette DeWyze, Joe Applegate, Neal Matthews, Steve Sorensen 8:30 a.m., Nov. 16
Matt Potter 4:35 p.m., Nov. 15
3 p.m., Nov. 15
Ian Anderson 12:38 p.m., Nov. 15
Ken Leighton 10:30 a.m., Nov. 15
Ian Anderson 10 a.m., Nov. 15
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