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Doobie Brothers

thursday, sept. 13

Doobie Brothers

Northern California’s Doobie Brothers are celebrating the 40th anniversary of their propulsive roots-based, harmony-laden, guitar-driven style that has sold an estimated 40 million records over the course of four decades. Their indelible contributions to the American songbook – from “Listen To The Music” and “China Grove” to “Black Water” and “Long Train Runnin’” – remain as beloved and relevant as ever.

Humphreys Concerts by the bay, 2241 Shelter Island Drive in San Diego, 7:30 p.m., tickets $70, 800-745-3000, humphreysconcerts.com

friday, sept. 14

San Diego Music Thing

An annual 2-day music conference where registrants have the opportunity to improve their knowledge of the music business through interactive and roundtable sessions with nationally-known panelists and featured speakers who represent the best and most innovative aspects of the music business. Daytime activities include a trade show, happy hour parties, listening stations and pop-up live performances as well as a chance to meet and mingle with top industry professionals and artists. Then stay and enjoy the evening Music Fest, with more than 150 local, regional and national bands performing at 14 venues around San Diego.

Lafayette Hotel, 2223 El Cajon Blvd. in North Park, workshops start 11:30 a.m., 1-day all-access pass $35, 2-day $55, 619-381-8789, sandiegomusicthing.com

saturday, sept. 15

Queen of the Night- the Show: A Celebration of the Music & Legacy of Whitney Houston

Multi-talented performer Trina Johnson-Finn stars in this tribute to Whitney Houston. As a celebrity impersonator, Johnson is considered to be one of the top performers in the tribute artist industry.

Queen of the Night is a 90-minute live entertainment show that brings the top selling hits of the late Whitney Houston to the stage.

Anthology, 1337 India Street in San Diego, 7:30 and 9:30 p.m., tickets from $12 (7:30) $10 (9:30), 619-595-0300, anthologysd.com

sunday, sept. 16

Bunnyfest

San Diego House Rabbit Society (SDHRS) is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization that works within San Diego and southwest Riverside Counties to assist shelters in caring for and placing abandoned rabbits into new homes. Celebrate SDHRS’ 20th anniversary at Bunnyfest 2012. Bring your family, friends and bunnies and enjoy games, craft vendors, gourmet food trucks, rabbit vets and more.

Bunnyfest, Park Blvd and Presidents Way in Balboa Park, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., free, 858-356-4286, sandiegorabbits.org

monday, sept. 17

San Diego Restaurant Week

Experience cuisine that delights your palate and defines the art of dining in San Diego. Held twice annually, this popular culinary tradition features discounted prix fixe menus from more than 180 of San Diego’s best restaurants in 12 unique regions throughout San Diego County.

David Mamet

San Diego Restaurant Week; 2-course lunch $10, $15, $20, 3-course dinner $20, $30, $40, search by cuisine, neighborhood, price and by restaurant, sandiegorestaurantweek.com

tuesday, sept. 18

Glengarry Glen Ross

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for drama, Glengarry Glen Ross is David Mamet’s scorching play about a group of desperate salesmen in a Chicago real estate office. When a contest pits the men against each other, they resort to manipulation, bribery and even theft to keep their jobs. The Darwinian struggle that ensues is a stinging indictment of a culture that rewards the strong, punishes the weak and values success above all else.

Precious Knowledge

Sheila & Hughes Potiker Theater, 2910 La Jolla Village Drive in La Jolla, 7:30 p.m., tickets from $15, 858-550-1010, lajollaplayhouse.org

wednesday, sept. 19

Precious Knowledge

¡Que Viva! Cine Latino film festival presents the award-winning movie, Precious Knowledge. Disenfranchised high school seniors become academic warriors and community leaders in Tucson, Arizona’s embattled ethnic studies classes while state lawmakers attempt to eliminate the program. This brilliant and thought-provoking film won Best Documentary at the San Diego Latino Film Festival in 2011.

Otay Ranch Town Center, 2015 Birch Road in Chula Vista, 6:30 p.m., free, 619-656-9100, sdlatinofilm.com



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