Spring 2014

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Local News Updates And Things To Do In San Diego

How Many Different Ways Can You Say Pink?

Find out at Broadway San Diego’s production of ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,’ now playing at the Civic Theatre

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‘El Henry’ Reigns in East Village

The La Jolla Playhouse’s production of ‘El Henry’ takes its audience to the streets, in this modern adaption of a Shakespeare classic

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Now Showing: Two Very Funny Plays

The Old Globe Theatre has mounted two hilarious productions. Don’t miss your chance to laugh out loud, while supporting local arts in San Diego.

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The Art of Saving Animals

San Diego artist helps special needs and senior pets find a home

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Summer Snaps

We're on the hunt for the best summer outdoor photographs shot by our readers

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The Last-Minute Guide to Father's Day 2014

Where to take and treat him in San Diego this Father's Day

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Old Globe Show Wins 4 Tony Awards

‘A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder,’ which was first produced at San Diego’s Old Globe Theatre, takes the Tony for Best Musical

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New Must-See: Sorolla and America

SDMA’s new exhibit is a crowd-pleaser

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Win the lottery!

No, not 'that' lottery, but you could score tickets to the hottest show in town, ‘The Book of Mormon,’ now playing at the San Diego Civic Theatre

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Food for Thought

Food writer Erin Jackson dishes on her favorite eats

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