SAN DIEGO — The Who brought their “Quadrophenia and More” tour to the Valley View Casino Center Tuesday.
“Warm Bodies” is the new poster child for the age-old “opposites attract” proverb, bringing the walking dead and the human heart together to form a decent outcome that will surprise moviegoers expecting rejection at first sight.
CARDIFF-BY-THE-SEA — Michelle Obama is a popular First Lady with a recent Gallup Poll giving her a 73 percent approval rating. Jackie Kennedy, Eleanor Roosevelt and Mary Todd Lincoln also figure prominently in American history.
ENCINITAS — A cabaret in Encinitas? Chanteuse Ann Chase has a great track record since kicking off the popular Wednesday@Noon concerts sponsored by the city of Encinitas a year ago.
CARLSBAD — The San Diego Jewish Film Festival, announces its 23rd season with an 11-day run, Feb. 7 through Feb. 17, featuring 47 films and shorts from 10 different countries.
CARLSBAD — For the fifth consecutive year, the Carlsbad Village Theatre will stage “My Funny Valentines” stand-up comedy show, which bills itself as having “three comedians with zero relationship expertise.” Bring your Valentine for some serious laughs at love at 8 p.m. Feb. 14 at the Carlsbad Village Theatre, 2822 State St.
“Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters” offers plenty in the way of a ridiculous fun time with its bloody action, energetic visuals and dark humor, though the end result could’ve been much tighter with improvements to its characterizations and narrative.
CARLSBAD — One of the first photographs visitors to the Front Porch Gallery will encounter frames a man twisting in midair, upside down and supported by a single hand.
ENCINITAS — Yvonne Harguindeguy Gagliardo has been teaching movement and dance to seniors for 23 years, but there was something about her current class at the Encinitas Senior Center that really got her attention.
RANCHO SANTA FE — “We haven’t tapped into our billionaires, yet,” said Alex Shaw, a casting director with Los Angeles-based Asylum Entertainment.