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  • Free concert at Greene Music store on Nov. 7

    Free concert at Greene Music store on Nov. 7

    Lori Bell will present “From Bach to Bebop” a free concert, beginning at 4 p.m. Nov. 7 at Greene Music, 7480 Miramar Road. This accomplished flutist, composer and recording artist will engage with her versatile sense of musicianship. She has been acclaimed as “one of the finest virtuoso flutists...

  • Madison Gallery welcomes sculpture on Prospect Street

    Madison Gallery welcomes sculpture on Prospect Street

    A 16-foot-tall contemporary sculpture by a San Diego artist Matt Devine was installed in front of the Madison Gallery building, 1020 Prospect Street on Oct. 23. Gallery owner Lorna York, who represents the artist, said, "We felt that a large, significant piece would add more culture and beauty...

  • La Jollan Vicki Reed to head San Diego arts commission

    La Jollan Vicki Reed to head San Diego arts commission

    Mayor Jerry Sanders appointed Sheryl White of Del Mar as a new member of the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture. In addition, he announced that Vicki Reed of La Jolla will take over as chairman following the term of Colette Carson Royston. The mayor also reappointed to the 15-member...

  • UCSD begins writers’ readings

    UCSD begins writers’ readings

    A new writing series at UCSD will present a reading by author Stuart Dybek, 4:30 p.m. Nov. 3 in the Visual Arts Facility Performance Space. Dybek is the author of three best-selling books of fiction “I Sailed With Magellan,”  “The Coast of Chicago,” and “Childhood and Other Neighborhoods.” Dybek...

  • Bronowski memorial planned for Nov. 1

    Bronowski memorial planned for Nov. 1

    La Jolla Playhouse will host a public memorial for Rita Bronowski, one of the Playhouse’s founding members, beloved trustee, donor, volunteer and lifelong theater enthusiast. who passed away on Sept. 2, 2010. The event is set for 6:30 p.m. Nov. 1 in the Playhouse’s Mandell Weiss Forum (2910 La...

  • ‘Gee’s Bend’ is both heartwarming and historically significant

    ‘Gee’s Bend’ is both heartwarming and historically significant

    By Diana Saenger CRITIC Every generation and culture has a treasure trove of stories to tell. Most are harrowing, captivating and inspiring. “Gee's Bend,” North Coast Repertory Theatre’s current production, covers all those in a road trip through the years about a small family in an Alabama town...

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