San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Living Room Play Festival, Trash Lamb Gallery, FilAmFest And More

This weekend in San Diego arts, celebrate the pandemic Zoom play phenomenon, take in a dance film, check out a brand new South Park art space, discover new literature and so much more.

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Above: “Last Year’s Man, 2010” is a work of hand-cut paper collage by Melody Jean Moulton in Trash Lamb Gallery’s inaugural exhibition, “Mutual Chaos,” now on view in person and online.

If last

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Putting travel budget to good use

PETALING JAYA: With international travel not happening anytime soon, many Malaysians are using their overseas travel budget to support local tourism and travel within the country, but they aren’t just simply spending their ringgit away.

With the Covid-19 pandemic having hurt so many industries and tightened the purse strings of millions of Malaysians, many are seeing the importance of saving and investing.

Country manager Senthuran Mohan used to travel

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Is it possible to get a refund on your accommodation and university course?

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Thousands of university students across the country are currently holed up in their first year accommodation after reports of coronavirus cases sweeping through halls.

Those in Manchester and Glasgow have been hit with restrictions, with some reporting being physically locked in their buildings.  

Many stuck in lockdown want to go back home to their parents – with some even wishing to continue

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Pay Tribute to Eddie Van Halen with a Road Trip to Cleveland’s Rock Hall to See His Guitars and Gear

2Van Halen performing at Blossom Music Center in 2015.Photo: Joe Kleon

As you can imagine, Cleveland’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has a number of items from the late Eddie Van Halen, who passed away Oct. 6.

The Van Halen guitarist was inducted into the Rock Hall in 2007.

The Rock Hall supplied the following descriptions of his gear

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Southwest Airlines adds new Dallas routes to Colorado ski spots Steamboat Springs, Telluride

Southwest Airlines is adding direct flights from Dallas to winter ski destinations in Montrose and Steamboat Springs, Colo., as the carrier tries to broaden its footprint during the COVID-19 pandemic to make up for fewer passengers.

Dallas-based Southwest will start flights from Love Field to Montrose Regional Airport on Dec. 19, giving access to the nearby Telluride Ski Resort. The carrier also is adding a route from Dallas to Steamboat

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Woody Allen is back with ‘A Rainy Day in New York.’ But it’s just more of the same

Timothée Chalamet and Elle Fanning in "A Rainy Day in New York." <span class="copyright">(Jessica Miglio / Signature Entertainment)</span>
Timothée Chalamet and Elle Fanning in “A Rainy Day in New York.” (Jessica Miglio / Signature Entertainment)

The Times is committed to reviewing theatrical film releases during the COVID-19 pandemic. Because moviegoing carries risks during this time, we remind readers to follow health and safety guidelines as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local health officials.

“A Rainy Day in New York” is the

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Millennials Swear By These Travel Essentials

Power Bank Backpacks

Power bank backpacks. Now that's smart!A backpack equipped with a power bank ensures that you and your ideas never run out of charge. Some of them even come with anti-theft measures, are solar powered and have powerful Bluetooth speakers. The cool quotient is unmatchable.


Metal Straws
Say yes to eco-friendly metal strawsIf you wish to fight against single-use plastic, start using sturdy metal straws instead of the plastic ones. They are reusable and easy to clean. Most
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Travel in style on a budget

It is possible to travel the world on a budget. There are many hacks that you need to know to travel the world in style on a budget. Here are the best shoestring travel tips. It is important to choose the right time to travel.

Traveling off-season can be 3-4 times cheaper than in the time when everybody has holidays. Being flexible with your destination or the timing of

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Southwest Airlines Announces New Service to Miami, Palm Springs, and Montrose (Telluride), Colorado, with one-way fares as low as $39

DALLAS, Oct. 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Southwest Airlines Co. (NYSE: LUV) today primed its winter flight schedule for seekers of sun and snow with service details for new destinations in Florida, California, and nestled in the Colorado Rockies. The carrier announced new seasonal service to Montrose Regional Airport (Telluride) on the Western Slope of Colorado, begins Dec. 19, the same day as previously announced seasonal service to Steamboat Springs. Service

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‘Jurassic World’ sequel production suspended after positive COVID-19 tests

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Production of “Jurassic World: Dominion” from Universal Pictures has been suspended for two weeks after a few people on the set tested positive for COVID-19, director Colin Trevorrow said on Wednesday.

“All tested negative shortly after, but due to our safety protocols we’re going to pause for two weeks,” Trevorrow wrote on Twitter.

Filming on the dinosaur adventure movie resumed in England in July under stringent

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2020 holiday shopping tips |

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SAINT PETERSBURG, Fla. — Shopping & Trends Expert for RetailMeNot, Sara Skirboll, joined us to share holiday shopping insights for 2020. Sara discussed the big changes, the best days to shop, the most coveted gifts, and smart shopping strategies for the holiday season. An easy, safe way to save money is to use the RetailMeNot website or

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Southwest Airlines adds Phoenix to Palm Springs flights

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Evers announces $109 million in grants for Wisconsin small businesses hurt by the pandemic, including hotels, music venues, movie theaters

As the Wisconsin economy continues to struggle six months into the coronavirus crisis, Gov. Tony Evers has announced $109 million in new and renewed grant funding for small businesses.

Tony Evers sitting on a table: Gov. Tony Evers speaks to reporters in his office at the Wisconsin State Capitol in December 2019.

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Gov. Tony Evers speaks to reporters in his office at the Wisconsin State Capitol in December 2019.

Among those that stand to benefit: music venues, hotels, restaurants, bars, nonprofit cultural venues, and privately owned movie

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Trump’s COVID-19 timeline, treatments sow concern as McEnany tests positive

President Donald Trump returned to the White House on Marine One Monday evening, marking the end of a three-day hospital stay at Walter Reed Military Medical Center to treat his COVID-19 infection.

After returning, Trump removed his mask, a point that left health experts bewildered since has not yet been determined if the President is still infectious. In a video shared on Twitter afterwards, Trump reiterated a message from earlier

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Major Green List update sees Government advise against all non-essential foreign travel

All non-essential foreign travel will officially be discouraged from Monday after a major Green List update.

There are now zero countries on the list, which sets out the countries from which Irish people can travel back without needing to quarantine.

The latest data shows that the rate of cases in all countries is now too high, and the Government is asking Irish tourists to avoid non-essential travel.

The four countries

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Travel Guide for Tourists Planning to Visit Baguio City

a small boat in a body of water: Baguio City’s famous Burnham Park now welcomes visitors from the Ilocos Region and will soon open to Cagayan Valley and Central Luzon tourists. Photo from Department of Tourism.

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Baguio City’s famous Burnham Park now welcomes visitors from the Ilocos Region and will soon open to Cagayan Valley and Central Luzon tourists. Photo from Department of Tourism.

Local tourists planning to visit the Philippines’ City of Pines in Baguio which recently reopened to visitors are advised to follow protocols before traveling to the Northern Luzon travel destination.

Baguio City, the favorite spot for

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Mobile toilets and showers for emergency accommodation in Beirut – Lebanon

Two months have now passed since the explosion disaster in the port of Beirut. The subject has long since disappeared from the news. But the thousands of people who lost everything in early August are still living in temporary accommodation. Corona is a huge danger. The daily number of new infections is 1100 – a tragedy, especially in the cramped emergency shelters.

At first, there was also a lack of

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Fact-Checking the Vice-Presidential Debate – The New York Times

— Mr. Pence

Through its expedited vaccine development program, Operation Warp Speed, the Trump administration is already funding the manufacturing of millions of doses of coronavirus vaccines, and has contracts with five drugmakers that have vaccine candidates in late-stage trials.

But just one of the five — Pfizer — has said that it could have initial results this month, and the Food and Drug Administration this week

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Forget the FAANG Stocks and Buy “TIPS” Instead

For the past decade, the FAANG stocks have been unstoppable. By FAANG, I’m referring to:

  • Facebook 
  • Amazon 
  • Apple 
  • Netflix 
  • Google, which is a subsidiary of Alphabet 
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Over the trailing 10-year period, the benchmark S&P 500 is up 200%, while the FAANG stocks have delivered an average return of 1,263%. Note that this includes Facebook’s 591% return since its initial public offering in 2012.

FAANGs have been

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This COVID-19 Passport Could Help Restart International Travel

Given the massive decrease in international airline travel caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, airline executives have maintained that testing passengers could make flights safer and encourage prospective passengers to get back in the air. Airlines such as Emirates, Etihad and United are already starting testing programs for their flights at

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