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2019 ASCRS•ASOA San Diego Daily Sunday

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70 | EYEWORLD DAILY NEWS | MAY 5, 2019 ON THE TOWN ASCRS ASOA ANNUAL MEETING who, despite outperforming her male counterparts in some respects, wasn't sent to the moon. The pro- duction will run until tomorrow at the Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre. Trevor Noah Trevor Noah, host of Comedy Central's "The Daily Show," is on his Loud & Clear Tour. He will provide some laughs and insights on current events at the Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl San Diego State University on May 11 at 8 p.m. and at the Pechan- ga Resort and Casino in Temecula (about 1 hour from San Diego) on May 10 at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Sister Act The five-time Tony Award-nominated musical Sister Act is about a wom- an who witnessed a murder and is placed in a convent disguised as a nun for protection. Though some are wary of her at first, she gets the com- munity of religious sisters singing. The production is running through May 26 at the Horton Grand Theatre. They Promised Her the Moon They Promised Her the Moon, a Laurel Ollstein stage production, tells the relatively unknown but true story of Jerrie Cobb, a woman who trained at NASA to become one of the first American astronauts but The Village Hat Shop 3821 4th Avenue www.villagehatshop.com If it's hats you're looking for, the Village Hat Shop has you covered. It carries various styles for different occasions for men and women. Las Americas Premium Outlets www.premiumoutlets.com/outlet/ las-americas Located south of San Diego just before the border of Mexico, this is one of the area's largest outlet malls with more than 100 shops. Fashion Valley 7007 Friars Road www.simon.com/mall/fashion-valley If you want a one-stop spot for shopping, check out the Fashion Valley shopping center in Mission Valley, an open-air mall with more than a hundred stores and restau- rants and a movie theater. Gaslamp Quarter The city's famous neighborhood is home to galleries, boutiques, and more for upscale shopping. Bubbles Boutique 226 5th Avenue www.bubblesboutique.com Stop here for women's clothing, jewelry, handbags, and other ac- cessories. The boutique is more than a decade old and is conveniently located near the convention center. It carries jewelry from local artists. world. It also has the option for wine tastings. Hillcrest This uptown neighborhood of San Diego covers several blocks and has a number of shops and restaurants to explore. Record City 3757 6th Avenue www.recordcityonline.com If you're a music lover, you may want to pay a visit to Record City, which has locations in San Diego and Las Vegas. It has a wide selec- tion of records and CDs. San Diego performing arts and events San Diego shopping Eyes on Fifth 228 5th Avenue www.eyesonfifth.com This shop specializes in eyewear and sunglasses. It carries a wide array of brands from around the world. Heavenly Couture 230 5th Avenue heavenlycouture.com Heavenly Couture strives to bring a variety of high-quality clothing and accessories to its customers at affordable prices. Michael J Wolf Fine Arts 363 5th Avenue #102 www.mjwfinearts.com This gallery features works from both national and international artists. Established in 1995, it's located in the Brunswick Building. The Wine Bank 363 5th Avenue sdwinebank.com This shop offers visitors a large selection of wines from around the Apocalyptica Plays Metallica by Four Cellos Tour Balboa Theatre hosts Apocalyptica, a Finish band, on May 7 at 7:30 p.m. as it plays Metallica covers on four cellos. Tickets range from about $31 to $83. ARRIVAL From Sweden: The Music of ABBA An ABBA tribute band with original ABBA musicians, ARRIVAL From Sweden will entertain at Amici Park tomorrow from 8 to 10 p.m. Tickets range from $55 to $125. Celtic Woman Ancient Land Grammy-nominated Celtic Woman continues its Ancient Land Tour at the San Diego Civic Theatre on May 7 at 7 p.m. The event includes Irish singing and dancing. Tickets range from $39–$150. Gator by the Bay: Music, Louisiana Food and Crawfish Festival If you're staying a few days after the meeting concludes, this Louisiana- themed festival offers live music and Southern fare and boasts 10,000 pounds of crawfish, among other popular iconic bayou dishes. It runs from May 9 to 12, and tickets are $25 to $95. National Comedy Theater Tonight and tomorrow, watch come- dians at National Comedy Theatre use their improv skills to devise skits based on audience suggestions. Tickets are $18.

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