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Unstick yourself

Sometimes you get stuck in a routine and sometimes you keep yourself there.

Every week I have to lay out the same sections of the paper and every week I try to make them unique, but, I often feel like I don’t have that many options to make my designs different or new. 479 more words


I'm an illustrator?

I’m coming up on my one-year work-anniversary at San Diego CityBeat and I need to tell you a secret.

I had never used Adobe Illustrator before I was hired. 229 more words


Jill Holslin Party Harder Than Her Son Peter On The Both Sides Of The Boarder

June 12, 2013 -Tijuana

Jill Holslin, a professor, writer, photographer, mother, evidently party harder than her son Peter Holslin. Peter and his friends realized that recently. 267 more words


Ruthless Hippies Present: Daniel Jackson, solo piano concert * Encinitas Library Wednesday @ Noon * January 30th

Daniel Jackson has been playing music in San Diego since before the Birth of Cool. An accomplished jazz saxophonist and pianist, Daniel has played with other legends such as Clifford Brown, Max Roach, Freddie Hubbard, Willie Bobo and even Ray Charles. 183 more words

Fiction 101: Cherry Popped

In 2003, San Diego CityBeat Magazine created their Fiction 101 contest, a flash fiction contest with the simple rules of forming an interesting, better than marginal snippet of creative writing under 102 words.  330 more words

Short Stories, Reading

Corpse Paint

Peter Holslin, Music Editor for the San Diego Citybeat, wrote an article about corpse paint. For part of the story, he wore the make-up and walked around Horton Plaza and Fashion Valley malls, just to get reactions. 37 more words

Review of an Ear Hole 耳の穴のレビュー

Last year I made a film called A Canvas as a school project.

去年大学で、A Canvas という題名のフィルムを作りました。

Without telling me, my friend who is in a band called Bruisecaster submitted the part 5 of the film (because part 5 featured Bruisecaster) as a music demo to San Diego Citybeat. 183 more words