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Things to Do February 10-16

The best events in San Diego this week



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Swan LakeSwan Lake | Photo by Larissa Pedenchuck

February 11:

Cast your vote in the special election for San Diego’s next mayor.

The Moscow Ballet leaps into town for two back-to-back performances: Swan Lake today and Sleeping Beauty tomorrow at Copley Symphony Hall.

February 14:

The Harlem Globetrotters use their hard-court hilarity to dunk and dribble their way into the hearts of basketball fans at Valley View Casino Center.

Ladies in red lunch at the Hilton La Jolla as the American Heart Association presents Go Red for Women, featuring a fashion show by the fabulous Zandra Rhodes.

Ha-ha your way to a happy relationship—or at least laugh off a bad one—at the Valentine’s Day Comedy Showcase at the Comedy Palace.

Matt Devine's painted steel sculpture Billy Boy (2013)Matt Devine's painted steel sculpture Billy Boy (2013)

February 15:

Madison Gallery in La Jolla presents Between the L.I.N.E.S., a joint exhibition for artists Jeff Kahm and Matt Devine. L.I.N.E.S. will be on view through March 15

Join the cast for San Diego Opera’s after party to sip a winning signature cocktail created by Grant Grill mixologist Jeff Josenhans and aptly renamed The Elixir of Love.

 

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