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Paulina Garcia makes ‘Gloria’ an instant classic

As Gloria in Gloria, Paulina García has such a gravitational effect on your eyes, ears and empathy that it’s nearly impossible not to be enrapt with her, as an actress and as a middle-aged Chilean divorcée coping with both loneliness and with falling in love again. Unfortunately, Gloria was not nominated for the Best Foreign […]

Kevin Faulconer holds GLBT news conference

In the history of San Diego’s mayoral campaigns, there has hardly ever been a time when a candidate has held a GLBT news conference to talk about their civil rights record and their support for GLBT equality … with many of their GLBT supporters. Kevin Faulconer did just that last week underneath the rainbow flag […]

Dallas Buyers Club

dvd of the week Dallas Buyers Club is the story of a man who fought the reprehensible policies of the FDA and the medical establishment during the worst of the AIDS crisis by selling unapproved drugs through a legally problematic buyers club. It is also the story of how a man was transformed from a […]

Hitchcock

dvr this HBO Signature, 9 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 2 It is the middle of Alfred Hitchcock’s greatest period, during the making of Psycho, that is the focus of Sacha Gervasi’s delightful movie about Hitchcock (Anthony Hopkins) and his wife Alma Reville (Helen Mirren), a screenwriter with whom Hitchcock collaborated on every film he made, whether […]

Cupid ain’t stupid: Valentine’s gifts that’ll getcha some

Christmas just ended, but there’s another gift-buying season right around the corner. The best thing about Valentine’s Day, however, is that it really is the thought that counts. (People lie about that at Christmastime, ya know.) To help you pick the perfect gift for your sweetie this Valentine’s Day, here’s our list of fun and […]

Craft beers: This isn’t your granddad’s Schlitz!

Next month Right On Productions LLC will unveil year two of the Winter Brew Fest. The event will take place at The Hall of Champions in Balboa Park Feb. 22 from 7-10 p.m. for general admission and from 6-10 p.m. for VIP guests. The idea for the Fest started in Denver 10 years ago when […]

Fighting the scourge of human trafficking

Since 2010, when New Jersey was chosen to host Super Bowl XLVIII, business leaders have been building the infrastructure for a successful event. Rooms have been booked. Travel plans have been made. Pipelines have been built to guarantee enough product. For T-shirts, that’s great. For liquor, it’s at least legal. For victims of human trafficking, […]

Can your home be a vacation rental?

With the advent of home rental sites on the Internet, including airbnb.com, vrbo.com, vacationhomerentals.com and others, turning your home into a money-making vehicle is literally a breeze. But before you get too excited and start counting your take, it’s wise to size up your property and determine whether it’s a good candidate for the job. […]

Museum roundup

It’s been a while since I have provided you with a survey of the many diverse exhibitions on show around town. Since it is exhibition turnaround season I thought I would take this opportunity to let you know about what is coming and what is going. Women, War and Industry will be wrapping up its […]

The City: Top to Bottom

thursday, jan. 30 The Foreigner Shy Englishman Charlie Baker finds himself in a rural Georgia fishing lodge where everyone comes to believe he doesn’t speak English. And we are off on one wild adventure! Without question one of the funniest plays of the 20th century! Lamb’s Players Theatre, 1142 Orange Ave. in Coronado, 7:30 p.m., […]

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