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2012 San Diego Latino Film Festival
19 years after first being founded, the San Diego Latino Film Festival (March 8-18) is returning to its roots: Celebrating films made by Latino filmmakers in the United States
Blunderbuss Cinema: Andrew Stanton’s John Carter
Pixar Studios, the prolific Animation collective known for creating smart films that appeal to both children and adults alike, reached an artistic apex with WALL•E, a masterp
Florence + The Machine
When Florence + the Machine burst onto the scene in 2009 with their debut album, ‘Lungs’, they were nothing if not a breath of fresh air.
The American Comedy Co. Opens in Downtown San Diego
There’s been a resurgence in the interest of stand-up comedy in recent years and it’s definitely present in the thriving comedy scene happening right here in San Diego.
The Kooks at House of Blues
This past Wednesday, February 29, the Kooks played to a sold out crowd at San Diego’s House of Blues in the Gaslamp Quarter, touring in support of their latest album Junk of t
Cloud Nothings Perform at Soda Bar on Leap Day
Cloud Nothings are doing a full US tour in support of their brand new album, Attack on Memory, out on Carpark Records.
History of Dr. Seuss in San Diego
The word “ubiquitous” sounds like one that whimsical wordsmith Dr. Seuss would have created. Can’t you just hear it? “The Ubiquitous, which dwelled in a well so swell,” etc..
Comedian of the Month: Zoltan Kaszas
Zoltan (yes, his real name), was born in Hungary, but moved with his mother to the United States while he was too young to speak, let alone deliver a punch-line.
This is Not a Film: Tim and Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie
Stupid is as stupid does in Tim and Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie, an inane feature length extension of the comedy duo Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim’s Adult Swim sketch comedy
Cursive Return to The Casbah
On Sunday February 26, a festive crowd filled the Casbah for the sold out show featuring Midwestern indie-rock veterans Cursive.