Thursday | 8
Tiki Oasis 19: Catch The New Wave
Running over four days in Mission Valley (after an opening night at the Bali Hai), this year’s Tiki Oasis offers Hawaiian-themed décor, drinks, live music, dancing, DJs, fashion shows, costume contests, poolside entertainment, a Miss Tiki Oasis contest, car show, kids activities, and art exhibits. Educational seminars cover cocktails and food, art, architecture, pop culture history, and of course, tiki carving.
Friday | 9
Oceanside International Film Festival
Independent films, screened and juried. This year’s highlights include Mrs. Henry Presents - “The Last Waltz” (8/4) an Animal Kingdom episode premiere (8/7) The Tony Alva Story (8/10), an evening with Taylor Steele (8/10), and the awards ceremony (8/11).
Saturday | 10
Architecture Plans Of Eugene Ray
Radiant Architecture: The Visionary Work of Eugene Ray celebrates the work and philosophy of architect and SDSU professor of Environmental Design from 1969-1996 Eugene Ray, who is well known for his former La Jolla home and studio, the “silver ship.” The exhibition comprises rarely seen, original hand-drafted architectural renderings and plans, ephemera, collages, and projection sequences.
whEN: Saturdays, 11 am to 4 pm. Through October 5.
Where: SDSU Downtown Gallery, 725 W. Broadway, Downtown. art.sdsu.edu
Sunday | 11
A Bright New Boise
Set in the breakroom of a Hobby Lobby chain outlet in Boise, Idaho, the play begins with a job interview for a cashier’s position. Will is newly arrived in the big city from the obscurer northern regions of the state, and he is grilled by store manager, Pauline, to confirm his antipathy to unions and his willingness to work 38 hours a week, just shy of full-time employment. For his part, Will projects a vibe of excessive compliance, but he quickly exposes his motives.
Wednesday | 14
- Wednesday, August 14, 2019, 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Border X Brewing,
2181 Logan Avenue,
San Diego Beer Choir
The San Diego chapter of Beer Choir is an informal, sing-along style group of all (or no) singing skill levels who meet to drink beer and sing drinking songs while supporting San Diego’s craft beer community. Twelve dollars gets you a beer and a songbook.