Música en la Plaza is back! Bring the family and enjoy a FREE evening of music and dancing in our Lyric Courtyard.
A food truck will be on-site and beverages available in the Lobby bar.
Admission/Cost: FREE Please Register However, $10 per person reserves a seat at a table.
California Center for the Arts
340 N. Escondido Blvd.
Escondido, CA 92025
Dates and times:
Last Friday of Every Month - 7:30 PM
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iCafé is a virtual trip around the world to discover diverse cultures, exciting celebrations, and savory cuisines. We come together to expand our cultural experience, broaden our global perspective, and connect with our UC San Diego Triton community. In our 2021 - 2022 series, we join our fellow Tritons to explore the places you are from or have been to.
Online Streaming Event
Fridays at Noon
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Please join the Ashton Gallery to express solidarity with the people of Ukraine—break out the blue and yellow. As artists, lets use our gifts and talents to support the inspiring bravery of a country, the heroism of its leader, and the valiant fortitude of its people. Any art that features blue and yellow in any proportion is eligible. Also, sunflowers are their national flower so if you are called, channel your inner Van Gogh and bring some to life. Anything that reminds you of Ukraine is eligible, its architecture, its culture, and its uniqueness.
The gallery in partnership with participating artists will be donating a significant portion of the proceeds from this show's art sales. Artists will choose how much they want to be donated from their commission when their art sells, starting at 30% up to 100%, and the gallery will match the artist's giving.
4434 30th Street
San Diego, CA 92116
Dates and times:
Friday, April 15 to Friday, June 3rd, 2020
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Our recipe of the month is for Andhra Green Chili Chicken, a fiery dish from Southeastern India. Full of flavor and spicy hot, this dish will awaken all your senses. You can create a remarkably complex and satisfying meal with only a few ingredients.
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Your Window to the World
. Please note: the New York Times allows non-subscribers to read five articles a month for free
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