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LA MESA -- The La Mesa Arts Alliance is presenting another of the small, pleasant shows that come with wine and good friends at the San Pasquale Winery on La Mesa Boulevard.
Thursday night's show features San Diego County's only performing mayor,…
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LA MESA -- La Mesa Today member Mike Nixon shared this piece, part of a gallery showing at the On The Edge…Continue
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MT. HELIX -- Following a successful fall run, Art Smarts and Mt. Helix Park are partnering up again this spring to bring a one-of-a-kind kids’ art camp to East County. From March 30 through April 3, Art Smarts, which hosts after-school art programs…Continue
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LA MESA -- The impressive work of painter Wade Cline is even more impressive when seen together on one wall -- as Shannon O'Dunn has presented them in her new gallery show, Light Thickens.
Residents gathering for Friday night's opening were uniformly…
LA MESA -- When you walk through an art gallery, you know when your eye hits a painting that conveys more than the sum of its parts.
The work of San Diego artist Wade Cline is exactly that. Like a Monet or a Seurat, when you see Cline's painting,…
Little Mary Sunshine Shines In La Mesa
LA MESA -- C. Hook Theater's production of Little Mary Sunshine opened to an appreciative audience at the Joan Kroc Theater on University Avenue.…
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By Midge Hyde
LA MESA -- On the edge of La Mesa there is a hidden away art gallery showing some really great local artists seeking exposure. But of course, exposure often means location, location, location, although…Continue
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'Mountain Gold' Brings Loving Images To La Mesa
LA MESA -- Shannon O'Dunn, proprietor of O'Dunn Fine Art, was busy Friday night selling art to a steady stream of locals who were drawn to images of a special part of San Diego County.
"Mountain Gold,'' an artistic homage to Julian and the Lake…
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Authors And Artists Event Is Saturday
LA MESA -- Organizers of this year's Authors and Artists event were out Friday afternoon laying out the festival stations in and around the City Hall breezeway and nearby parking lots.
What began as a small collection of writers at a few…Continue
LA MESA -- The Peter Pan Jr. Theater marks its 44th year with a production of Oliver starting this week.
The play features a cast of 90 4th through 8th grade students living within the La Mesa Spring Valley School District.
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LA MESA -- One of the more pleasant ways to spend an evening in La Mesa is taking in one of the gatherings the La Mesa Arts Alliance holds in the meeting room of the San Pasqual Winery.
From time to time, the group's performers offer spoken word…
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Art Is Where You Find It
LA MESA -- Our friends at the Parkway Bar off Fletcher Parkway have been doing great work…Continue
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The Foothills Art Association has published its December newsletter. CLICK HERE to enjoy the full document.
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German Band Rocks The Beer Garden
LA MESA -- Temperatures soared quickly past 90 degrees on Day Two of La Mesa's Oktoberfest celebration, but the crowds still came and, perhaps because of the heat, beer flowed nicely.
Mary England, executive…Continue
LA MESA -- There was a larger crowd than usual at the weekly appearance of the Sam Johnson Jazz Group on Friday.
And guests filling the afternoon seats at Cosmos Coffee Café on La Mesa Boulevard in the Village might have noticed a bit more vim and…
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LA MESA -- The Chargers were on the TV screens, but few people were watching.
Patrons at a crowded Parkway Bar on Fletcher Parkway Saturday night mingled with artists and looked more at walls lined with…Continue
LA MESA -- The City of La Mesa popped up an extra tent at Friday's Farmer's Market and former La Mesan Matti Sand played several hours of music to appreciative shoppers.
Chris Gonzales, who is the city's lead administrator for the market, loved the ambiance Sand…