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Melding words and dance

Touching ‘Warriors’ Duet’ to see Fringe Fest debut July 5 By Anthony King | SDUN Editor Presented as part of the inaugural San Diego Fringe Festival, Circle Circle dot dot’s production of “The Warriors’ Duet,” directed by Anne Gehman and Katherine Harroff, will see three shows only: Friday, July 5 at 11 a.m., Saturday, July 6 at 12:30 p.m. and Sunday, July 7 at 5 p.m.

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Historical human behavior

Suspenseful script and deep acting stand out in Mo’olelo’s latest By Charlene Baldridge | SDUN Theater Critic Fascinated with human behavior, history or both? Longing for a gripping new play that goes far beyond the ordinary? Go to 10th Avenue Theatre to see Mo’olelo Performing Arts Company’s production of David Wiener’s “Extraordinary Chambers.”

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Alternatives presented for SR 94 express lanes

Golden Hill CDC sees potential for park lid over section of highway at 22nd Street By Dave Schwab | SDUN Reporter Golden Hill residents packed San Diego Japanese Christian Church Saturday, June 1 to hear public officials discuss the proposed state Route 94 (SR 94) Express Lane expansion, a long-term infrastructure project directly impacting their neighborhood.

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Summer camps, urban style

From science to improv, there are plenty of opportunities for Uptown kids to help pass these short summer months By Anthony King | SDUN Editor School is out and parents across Uptown will be seeking summer camps and educational opportunities for their children to while away the summer months. With a wide selection of camps available throughout San Diego – Balboa Park has a website designated entirely to programs in the park – we offer […]

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Uptown Briefs June 7

Bird Park Summer Concerts begin June 15 Jazz musician Lenny “Fuzzy” Rankins opens the 11th anniversary season of the Bird Park Summer Concerts series June 15, followed by indie rock band Okapi Sun June 29, Latin jazz artists Todo Mundo July 13, country rockers Kanan Road July 27 and blues band Big Papa and the TCB Aug. 10. The concerts are every-other Saturday from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

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A town hall effort

Downtown San Diego Partnership reaches out to neighborhoods to plan for future growth By Cynthia Robertson | SDUN Reporter To some, Downtown San Diego is a treasure to explore; to others it is a tangle of cars and crowds. Either way, Downtown possesses some of the city’s finest resources for residents, visitors and employees.

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50 years strong

Posted: April 26th, 2013 | Communities, Downtown, News, Top Story | No Comments

Local Planned Parenthood sees half a century of service; leaders to be honored at annual gala By Morgan M. Hurley | SDUN Assistant Editor The local affiliate of Planned Parenthood is turning 50 this year and organizers hope the community will celebrate with them May 9 at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel.

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Out of the ordinary

Stopping in San Diego for 8 shows, ‘Billy Elliot the Musical’ addresses universal themes in touching, inspirational production By Anthony King | SDUN Editor “Billy Elliot the Musical” leaps into San Diego Tuesday, April 30 for a six-day, eight-show run and the show – adapted from the 2000 film “Billy Elliot” that dealt with, ultimately, being comfortable with being out of the ordinary – has a special place in the hearts of many.

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