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Alex Zaragoza is a freelance writer covering arts and culture in San Diego and Tijuana. Born in San Diego and largely raised in Tijuana, she works to share the cross-cultural, binational experience through her work and as guest or host at various cultural programs. Alex writes a weekly culture report for Voice of San Diego and a monthly column for the alt weekly San Diego CityBeat called There She Goz, for which she explores major social topics, like feminism, women's issues, race and the Mexican-American experience, through an activity. Her culture journalism has also appeared in Sunset Magazine, Vice, Artpulse, Pacific San Diego Magazine, KPBS and others.

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Brian Eno's 'Music for Airports' Arrives at San Diego International

Brian Eno's genre-defying, 1978 album "Ambient 1: Music for Airports" is intended to be heard as a calming respite to the bustling environment of a busy airport. Bang on a Can All-Stars recently performed the album live at the San Diego International A...
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Book Project Connects Deported Mexican Parents With Their Children

Community project "Cuentos Para Dormir" ("Bedtime Stories") by Sophia Sobko is connecting children and their deported parents through literature.
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Chicano-Con Is San Diego's Latino-Focused Comic-Con

Comic-Con, the massive geek gathering, has separated itself from the residents of surrounding neighborhoods like Barrio Logan. With Chicano-Con, David Favela and his friends worked to create their own convention -- one that encompassed the rich Mexican...
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Ingenious, Imaginative World: Dr. Seuss' San Diego Life

A new exhibition highlights the largely unseen artwork of Theodor Geisel, a.k.a. Dr. Seuss, much of which was inspired by his San Diego surroundings.
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