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City Works seeks aspiring authors

Maria DeLorenzo

November 13, 2006

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By MARIA DELORENZO City Times San Diego City College has the market cornered on independent publishing. City Works Press, run out of several tiny offices on campus, is run collectively, self supported and entirely innovative. Say what you will about San Diego's rapidly growing population, posh downtown development, rejuvenated "urban living", or the local music scene, but...

Association features touch of glass

David Olender

November 13, 2006

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By DAVID J. OLENDER City Times The Art Glass Association of Southern California (AGASC) held its 25th annual juried art glass exhibit Nov. 3-14 at studio 21 in Spanish Village at Balboa Park. All artists that participated in the exhibit were members of AGASC. A spectrum of glass related media was shown (cold glass, warm glass, hot glass, mixed media glass and uroboros),...

Golden Hill’s silver lining

Lauren Ciallella

October 30, 2006

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Editor's Note: This is the third installment in a series reviewing some of San Diego's eclectic neighborhood hot spots. Part Three - Golden Hill By LAUREN CIALLELLA City Times It's hard to say exactly where the perimeters of this neighborhood begin and end, since much of what used to be considered Golden Hill is now grouped with South Park (because of its skyrocketing real...

Alaskan inspiration

David Olender

October 30, 2006

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By DAVID J. OLENDER City Times Cyoonchung P. Kim, professor of fine arts at San Diego City College, accomplished instillation artist and mixed media ceramics sculptor, displayed her most recent collection at Palomar College's Boehm Gallery Sept. 26 - Oct. 20. All the pieces showed in the exhibit entitled "Ice Formations" took approximately four and a half years to complete...

Walking the chalk

Chris Rice

October 30, 2006

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By CHRIS RICE City Times A festive celebration of all things Italian, San Diego hosted the 12th annual Precious Festa! the weekend of Oct. 7 and 8 in Little Italy. Basking in the afterglow of recent national recognition for its festivities, Little Italy served up a weekend of entertainment enjoyed by all. On hand this year were vendors selling a variety of Italian arts and...

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