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Romance, then and now, unfolds in new offering at North Coast Rep

Choreographer Jill Gorrie collaborates with director Rick Simas on the musical ‘Romance, Romance,’ at North Coast Rep. Aaron Rumley

Has the art of romance changed from the days when face-to-face meetings were the way to woo, and been replaced with social media and cell phones as the harbingers of love?

Under the Sea: Precious ecosystems depicted in La Jolla’s Birch Aquarium at Scripps photography exhibit

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Octavio Aburto is a storyteller, and the stories he tells with underwater photography will likely take your breath away.

SIBYL REDUX! Artist brings ‘Books, Prints, Collages & Then Some’ to Athenaeum in La Jolla

At Bay Park Press, Sibyl Rubottom shows off one of her illustrations from ‘The Second Quarter,’ a book of poems by her son, Otis Rubottom, printed especially for the opening of her show at La Jolla’s Athenaeum Music & Arts Library.

Artist Sibyl Rubottom was born a few blocks from the Hudson River in Manhattan, raised next to an estuary of the Long Island Sound in Mamaroneck, and got her first training in art at the Rhode Island School of Design, near Narragansett Bay.

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Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego presents two “things”: The Shore Thing kickoff 5 p.m. Thursday, July 3, 700 Prospect St., La Jolla and the Thursday Night Thing (TNT) 7 p.m. July 10, 1001 Kettner Blvd., downtown.

Brushes with Greatness: Painting remains central to La Jolla artist through rich and diverse life

Anne Waddell works plein air on a newly commissioned piece at her Bird rock home. Pat Sherman

Waddell met with President Ronald Reagan and was commissioned to paint a portrait of him on his horse, “Little Man.”

Let’s Review: What’s new? What’s next? UCSD grad students break ground in arts, music

Students check out Doug Rosman's IMIN video game. Photos by Will Bowen

The place to go for a glimpse into the future each year is the highly anticipated final presentations of the seniors majoring in UC San Diego’s Interdisciplinary Computing in the Arts & Music (ICAM) program. The three-part presentation series, described by ICAM chief Peter Otto as “Kind of like a fair,” took place June 10-12.

Puppet Masters: San Diego Puppet Guild marks its 20th anniversary

La Jolla puppeteer Mark Zweifach with Hondo. Photo  Lonnie Burstein Hewitt

On a downtown rooftop June 14, friends and members of the San Diego Puppetry Guild came together to celebrate the organization’s 20th anniversary. Like the Guild itself, the crowd was small but enthusiastic, and the Tenth Avenue Arts Center rooftop was a fine place in the sun for adults and children to enjoy the afternoon activities, which included playing with an assortment of puppets or making one’s own, out of pool- noodle pieces and other odds and ends.

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Catch a glimpse into the world of Steampunk — a scene that blends Victorian attitudes and fashion with time travel and futuristic adventure — at the UC San Diego Steampunk Tea, 3-5 p.m. Sunday, June 29 in Geisel Library West Wing on UCSD campus.

Clinton ‘Takes a Village’ by storm: Hillary signs book, greets admirers during La Jolla visit

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Fans stood in line along Girard Avenue since daybreak, Wednesday morning, awaiting the arrival of Hillary Clinton at Warwick’s Bookstore. They were gathered for a rare opportunity to meet and shake the hand of the former U.S. Secretary of State and talked-about presidential candidate, who was in La Jolla to sign copies of her new book, “Hard Choices.”

Picture Perfect: Photographer captures essence of La Jolla’s people, places in new book

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Photographer Nick Agelidis has transformed his love affair with La Jolla into a 102-page picture book.

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