Latest San Diego Music News

Kenny Barron reflects on rich career in jazz
His artful approach to performing and composing have earned him praise from many jazz luminaries, including former San Diego saxophone giant Moody, who died here in 2010. In a 2007 Union-Tribune interview, an effusive Moody declared: “I've worked …
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Taylor Swift falls off treadmill while rapping during Apple Music ad
SAN DIEGO — Taylor Swift falls hard while running on a treadmill in a hilarious new Apple Music commercial. The ad, titled “Taylor vs. Treadmill,” shows the 26-year-old selecting some songs for her workout. Like all of us, she gets lost in the music …

Nathan Hubbard to soar with 'A Thousand Butterflies'
In 2014, Hubbard won a well-deserved San Diego Music Award for his five-CD “Encinitas and Everything After.” It features 25 pieces that he wrote between 1998 and 2014, clocks in at combined five hours, and is a consistently rewarding listen. Hubbard's …
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Latest San Diego Nightlife News

Red Sox Closer Craig Kimbrel: 'I Do Better In Big Situations'
BOSTON (CBS) — The Red Sox have a new man for the ninth inning, and he can't wait to get a feel for Boston baseball. The Red Sox acquired Craig Kimbrel from San Diego this offseason to lock things down at the end of games, something he did 39 times …
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Proposed California law would require bartenders to stop serving drunk customers
The proposed legislation, introduced by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, D-San Diego, called the Responsible Interventions for Beverage Servers Training Act (or RIBS for short), mandates that bartenders would need to take a special training lasting at …
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Nerves and Nerve: 'Tantrums' drag amateurs speak on eve of stage debut
Tantrums and Tiaras: Battle of the Bar Queens happens Sunday, February 21, at 7 pm at The Observatory North Park, 2891 University Ave, San Diego, California 92104. Sponsoring this year's event will be Crown Jewel Sponsor Absolut Vodka, and Gold …
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Latest San Diego Arts News

Ed Ruscha 'Then and Now' Opens at Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
ace The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCASD ) opened their new exhibit Friday evening January 29th at the La Jolla location. The paintings of Ed Ruscha and Alvaro Blancarte were presented in the Museum's two main galleries. The opening reception was …
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A Brilliant Mathematician Defends Her Life at New Village Arts
It's a fabulous story: a brilliant woman, an exceptional scientist, intensely loved by three men — including the great Voltaire, whom she inspired and educated scientifically. Her theories were revolutionary. She was the first woman published by the …
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African-American theater in San Diego
What I'd like to see for the African-American theaters here is a dedicated performing-arts facility, with the city as its building fund partner. As artistic director of the San Diego Black Ensemble Theatre and a board member of a few theater companies …
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San Diego Theatre Week Makes Its Debut
… Village Arts. Dance companies and comedy groups are also participating. Some are planning extra programming after shows, such as question-and-answer sessions with the casts. A full list of theaters and events can be found at the San Diego Theatre …
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Latest San Diego News News

Chargers initiative may boost stadium funding
San Diego — A citizen's initiative led by the Chargers could help solve stadium financing problems by reviving opportunities for collateral development of the Mission Valley stadium site, City Attorney Jan Goldsmith said this week. If team officials …
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San Diego's wanted: Theft suspect escaped work furlough
The Union-Tribune is profiling a wanted suspect each week in an effort to make our community safer. We are partnering with Crime Stoppers and local law enforcement to profile known fugitives as well as draw attention to unsolved crimes committed by …
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Latest San Diego Sports News

NFL: McNulty hired by San Diego Chargers as TE coach
The San Diego Chargers are not relocating yet, but John McNulty is on the move. San Diego hired the Clarks Summit native as its tight ends coach Tuesday. McNulty spent the last two seasons as quarterbacks coach of the Tennessee Titans. “My contract was …
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San Diego State roughs up UNLV 67-52
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Trey Kell had 14 points and seven rebounds, Jeremy Hemsley added 13 points, and San Diego State remained perfect in Mountain West play with a 67-52 win over UNLV on Saturday night. After a back-and-forth first half, San Diego State …
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Kim carries SD's hopes at Torrey Pines
As much as he is a pro golfer, Michael Kim comes off as a San Diego sports fan. Probably because he's only 22, he's a San Diego sports fan who's still smiling. The Chargers? Kim flashed a bright smile Saturday at mention of them, saying he's glad they …
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Latest San Diego Entertainment News

'Deadpool' Debut Annihilates 'Fifty Shades' February Record
This image released by Twentieth Century Fox shows Ryan Reyonlds in a scene from the film, "Deadpool." The R-rated "Deadpool" has taken the box office by storm, annihilating records with an eye-popping $ 135 million from its first three days in U.S. …
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'Big Ang' of 'Mob Wives' Opens Up About Cancer Battle
Big Ang attends Mob Wives "The Last Stand" Season 6 Viewing Party at Funky Monkey Lounge on Jan. 13, 2016 in Staten Island, New York. Reality TV star Angela "Big Ang" Raiola says she veers between hope and depression as she fights stage-four brain …
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Latest San Diego Attractions News

As 'Force Awakens' winds down, 'Avatar' remains supreme
It has already made the Walt Disney Co. heaps of cash and it has set the franchise up to reap oodles more in merchandising, theme park attractions and sequels. But even the most colossal hit of the decade — one with all the firepower of arguably the …
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Providence restaurant makes Yelp's Top 100 places to Eat list
75 on a list dominated by California restaurants located along the vast coast from San Francisco to San Diego. It's the third year Yelp, the website and app that allows diners to review and rate businesses, has produced the list, which is a mix of hole …
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The Most Affordable Spring Break Destinations
… since last year, there are a few cities that stood out as the most wallet-friendly over the entire nine-week period: Cancun (a whopping 45 percent cheaper than it was in 2015), Panama City Beach (11 percent cheaper), and San Diego (6 percent cheaper).
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Latest San Diego Travel News

Where's California's high-speed rail?
FILE – In this Feb. 26, 2015 file photo, a full-scale mock-up of a high-speed train is displayed at the Capitol in Sacramento, Calif. State officials will return to Sacramento Superior Court, Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016, to defend the project against …
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Correction: Travel-Brief-Cruise Ships-Stomach Bugs story
NEW YORK (AP) — In a story Jan. 15 about illnesses on cruise ships, The Associated Press erroneously described the drop in illnesses caused by stomach bugs. Since 1990, the illness rate has fallen from about 29 to 22 per 100,000 travel days, not per …
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Latest San Diego Entertainment News

Trump's 'Jam' is pure obsequious entertainment for everyone
In what is sure to be parodied on “The Family Guy” or “Saturday Night Live” in the very near future, Donald Trump's Jam, a song performed by three little ladies known as the “Freedom Girls” at his Pensacola campaign rally on Wednesday, might go down as …
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Monster Jam Returns to Petco Park with 28 Massive Trucks
Monster Jam features 28 massive trucks. Photo courtesy of Feld Entertainment 1.5 million pounds of dirt is required for the Monster Jam sporting event. Photo courtesy of Feld Entertainment. A popular sporting event is returning to San Diego this weekend.
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It's time for tide pools
Here are some spots that the San Diego Natural History Museum recommends in its tide pooling field guide: Cabrillo National Monument: Great owl limpets, hermit crabs and octopuses can be found here in the abundant rocky pools at the monument.
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