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Things to Do: March 12-17

San Diego's best events this week



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March 12:

Next Tuesday, March 12th marks the finale of ABC's hit new cooking competition show, The TASTE.  Come join judge / mentor Brian Malarkey at Herringbone in La Jolla to cheer on Team Malarkey and celebrate the end of an exciting 8-week competition. Drink specials will begin at 7pm with "Tastes" to follow and the finale party is open to the public.

March 13:

Alicia Keys proves she’s a girl on fire when she brings her booming voice to the Valley View Casino Center.

March 14:

Thursday is the new Friday at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego’s Downtown TNT social event.

March 15:

Tee up! It's the first day of Golf Fest at Oaks North Golf Course, in Rancho Bernardo.

March 16:

San Diego Opera presents its first mariachi opera, Cruzar la Cara de la Luna, for two shows only.

View the never-before-seen film by Andy Warhol, San Diego Surf, at MCASD La Jolla.

Don your shamrocks and commence shenanigans at Balboa Park’s boot-stomping, beer-guzzling St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival.

March 17:

What Chicago does to its river, the Gaslamp Quarter does to the streets of downtown San Diego. Go green and get lucky at ShamROCK.

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