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Meshell Ndegeocello tips her "Devil's Halo" at San Diego

Her categorization on iTunes™ under “R&B/Soul” is rather a misnomer; the fact of the matter is, you never really know what you’re gonna get with Ndegeocello. The most unfortunate aspect of that miscategorization, is that a lot of people will miss out on what a truly amazing, edgy, eclectic and talented musician she really is.

Restaurant Review: Royal India

Royal India plays it safer than other kitchens around town serving the same type of cuisine, perhaps to avoid scaring off tourists and conventioneers roving these streets. But its atmospheric comfort and polished wait service defy most Gaslamp dining experiences that yank you in and spit you out in an hour’s time.

Museum awarded grant for exhibition, publication

The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego has been awarded a $225,000 grant from the Getty Foundation, supporting the exhibition and accompanying publication, Phenomenal: California Light and Space.

The Gaslamp is about to get a little gayer

The Side Bar boys have partnered up with San Diego Pix, Lovin Life Party, and Boink to launch "Circuit Sundays," a weekly event which will give the gays, their girls, and their "open minded guys" a reason to venture out of the 'hood.

Jackson family wants harsher charge against doctor

Michael Jackson's family believes involuntary manslaughter charges against the pop singer's physician would be "just a slap on the wrist," attorney Brian Oxman said Wednesday.

FLUXX nightclub reveals high-energy design plan for 2010 opening

A 13-foot long cylindrical tunnel functions as an entrance to a single 7,000 square-foot open floor plan, featuring a circular dance floor, above which hangs a 15-foot custom rope chandelier. The design of FLUZZ is described as being "modern organic with sex appeal."