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High 5: Laughs, Love, Movies, Music & Pups

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    High 5: Laughs, Love, Movies, Music & Pups
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    Here is an opportunity to prove that laughter is indeed the best medicine

    We are winding down the week and people are thinking about their weekend plans.  Check out ShindyTV.com's  "High Five" spots to be this weekend.

    NUMBER 1:

    Who:  Laughter is the Best Medicine

    What: Here is an opportunity to prove that laugher is indeed the best medicine at this week’s comedy night to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.  Headliner Chris D'Elia will be traveling down from Los Angeles to entertain the crowd, he has been known for leaving audience members gasping for air with his comedic anecdotes.  Fight cancer one laugh at a time at this uplifting, side splitting evening.  Other comedians include Richard Slaton, Erik Knowles, Kat, Matt Sager, Allison Gil and Angelo Bowers.
    All proceeds benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
    $20 pre-sale, $25 at the door, student price, $15 pre-sale, $25 at the door

    When: Thursday, 8 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.

    Where: Dave and Busters - 2931 Camino Del Rio N, San Diego, CA 92108. (619) 280-7115

    Web: pages.teamintraining.org and www.chrisdelia.com

    NUMBER 2:

    Who: Fridays at the Fleet

    What:  Every Friday night, you can experience up to four exciting films in the IMAX Dome Theater for a big discount. See one film for $8.50, and catch up to 3 additional films for only $5 each! Classic IMAX films from their archives are paired with current hits for a full night of entertainment. Enjoy the view and sound of the first IMAX Dome theater in the world with its brand new updated sound system. The four movies playing will be Van Gogh at 6 pm, Yellowstone 7 pm, Everest at 8 pm, and Wild Ocean at 9 pm.

    When: Friday, 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.

    Where: The Reuben H. Fleet Science Center • 1875 El Prado • San Diego, CA 92101
    (619) 238-1233

    Web: rhfleet.org

    NUMBER 3:

    Who: Red Light Winter

    What: The play’s author, Rapp, infuses the classic heart wrenching love triangle with subtle and comical drama. Matt and Davis have traveled to Amsterdam to live it up and explore the unique benefits the city has to offer. The two were best friends back in college, but now that they're approaching thirty, their lives are taking them in different directions. When Davis comes back to the hostel with a professional prostitute from the infamous Red Light district Matt doesn't know what to do. Davis bought her for him, but he's not ready for this kind of "gift" and it nearly sends him into a neurotic fit. Things become even more complicated when we learn that the prostitute, Christina, has agendas of her own, not least among them love. Overall, Red Light Winter is a dark play that's alternatively hilarious and horrifying as through this raw and painful display of human experiences, we see how heartbreaking it can be to peel back the "masks" we create and reveal what really lies inside of us. This play is rated "NC-17"

    When: Friday – Sunday

    Where:  The Tenth Ave Performance Space - 930 Tenth Ave San Diego. Between Broadway and E St - (619) 241-2623

    Web: triadprod.com

    NUMBER 4:

    Who: Sight & Sound

    What: Sight & Sound is a monthly series which hosts performances from and creates a sneak preview of upcoming arts events such as San Diego Indie Music Fest, Ray at Night, and Healing Arts Festival.  This Saturday evening you will find performances from over eight different local artists including the neo-soul dance rock from Jamuel Saxon and the wacky acrobatics from the Platt Brothers. There will be exhibitions and discounts from many on-sight locations, and several more cultured attractions. Entrance is only $5 and all of the proceeds benefit the Autism Research Institute.

    When: Saturday, 7 p.m. – 12 a.m.

    Where: 3811 Ray Street, 92104

    Web: walkthewalkpresents.com

    NUMBER 5:

    Who:  1st Annual Doggie Street Festival

    What: The 1st Annual Doggie Street Festival will celebrate our furry best friends, with fashion designers from Fashion Career College, walking the runway with adopted pets in their glam costumes; pet book booth where autographed copies of John Grogan’s recent movie Marley & Me will be auctioned, a free veterinary clinic to advise new “parents” on health issues for their dogs, live music, speakers on training, obedience and other topical issues, dog demonstrations, and a fantastic KIDS ART AREA, and of course varied and wonderful auction items, traditional festival food and merchandise for pets and their people.

    When: Sunday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

    Where: Corner of Womble & Cushing Road, San Diego, CA 92106

    Web: doggiestreetfestival.org

    BONUS:

    Who: Miz Mandy Video Release Party

    What: MIZ MANDY announces the premier of her debut Music Video ’Let Love Be Free’, at the beautifully swanky nightclub, UNIVERSAL, in downtown Hillcrest. Come dressed to impress as you walk the red carpet and pose for the paparazzi. Enjoy non-hosted bar and delicious appetizers, as you rub elbows with the movers and shakers of the film and music industry. Be the first to take a behind the scenes peek at the "Making of" video, and the premiere of the video itself, 'Let Love Be Free'.
    Dance the night away…

    When: Friday, 7 p.m.

    Where: Universal in Hillcrest, 1202 University Ave., San Diego, CA 92103 - (619) 544-9704

    Web: mizmandy.com