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Wes Albers has dedicated his life to serving the San Diego community as a police officer for almost 30 years. As the director of the Southern California Writers Conference – an organization that helps aspiring writers develop their craft for publication – he has worked extensively with professional editors, bestselling novelists, and other industry professionals [...]
The Poway Center for the Performing Arts Foundation 2011/2012 Professional Performance Season brings Ricky Nelson Remembered featuring Nelson’s twin sons Matthew and Gunnar Nelson to the stage on Saturday, November 19 at 8pm. Ricky Nelson Remembered is a multi-media musical journey of the life and music of Teen Idol Rick Nelson. Featuring hit songs (“Hello [...]
Spotlight Ovations Performing Arts is under the sole proprietorship of one of its founders, Sharla Mandere. Mandere has big ideas for the company and has, amongst other things, begun by introducing new classes and a new logo! As the sole proprietor of Spotlight Ovations Performing Arts (SOPA), Sharla Mandere has implemented some changes to the [...]
The De Anza Chapter, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR), will host an Award Ceremony and Colonial Tea on Saturday, February 5 to honor the San Diego winners of the American History Essay Contest. The prestigious, nationally recognized American History Essay Contest for the 2010-2011 academic year includes 5th, 6th, 7th [...]
The Friends of the Fallbrook Library are co-sponsoring an author series this week with Fallbrook’s Writers Read. Authors Speak! includes daily events featuring popular local authors. The Authors Speak events continue through January 14: Wednesday, January 12 at 7 p.m.: Debra and Blaze Ginsberg Thursday, January 13 at 12 p.m.: Ann Patchett – *Note: this event is [...]
Everyday a band starts, and just about that same time, one ends. What is it that makes one stick, last for 10 years, change music, and put a face to the genre that they expose? Some critics would argue many points but no matter the answer it is in your gut. One band has taken [...]
San Diego County Library has teamed up with the Voice of San Diego to host The People’s Post, a digital storytelling project. All members of the San Diego community are encouraged to visit one of the three host libraries and have their story videotaped and shared with the world. Staff is available to meet with [...]
Tony Award-Winner & San Diego Actress Alice Ripley Reprises Her Tony-Award Winning Role In “Next to Normal”
San Diego actress Alice Ripley, who received the 2009 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her performance in the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning Next to Normal, reprises her acclaimed performance in the musical’s 36-week North American tour. It will play January 18 – 23, 2011 at the Balboa Theatre, as a [...]
The Rancho San Diego Branch of San Diego County Library is hosting a Middle Eastern Day Celebration on January 15, 2011. The celebration honors diversity and culture through free all-ages entertainment, education, and refreshments. The Middle Eastern Day Celebration offers a Palestinian costume show, henna tattoos, belly dancing, Palestinian and Chaldean dance, Lebanese cultural program, [...]
One-hour concert features World Premiere Composition For the past 3 years, Art of Élan has been filling the San Diego Museum of Art’s Hibben Gallery with adventurous music lovers in search of an innovative approach to classical music. The 2010-11 Season continues to engage and energize audiences under the heading of “OnVoice.” The third concert [...]
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