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What I learned on the radio this morning: Buckle your calendar’s seatbelt for the weekend. Enrique Limon and I appeared this morning on KPBS’s These Days to flesh out some of your myriad arts and culture options.

I talked about the Bach Collegium San Diego’s performance of “St. John Passion,” artist Rick Stich’s residency at Lux Art Institute, artist Clea Minaker’s weeklong visit with Sezio and the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego and a festival of street performing at Seaport Village. (I shared more info on my topics in yesterday’s post.)

Here are some links to the other things we mentioned:

• The Handmade Revolution third annual trunk show of local, handmade goods for sale is Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the yellow house on B Street in Golden Hill. (MIHO Gastrotruck, whose owner we interviewed last year, will be there at the start.)

Record Store Day at Bar Eleven from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

• An art show whose expletive title These Days host Maureen Cavanaugh stepped over with a reference to manure: “All Great Art is Horse Shit, Buy Tacos,” is at Jett Gallery in Little Italy on Friday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

• Artists in San Diego and Tijuana are reimagining the piggy bank in a fascinating-sounding “guerrilla kitsch” project.

You can listen to the full segment here.

I’m the arts editor for VOSD. You can reach me directly at or 619.325.0531 and follow me on Twitter: @kellyrbennett and at

Kelly Bennett

Kelly Bennett is a former staff writer for Voice of San Diego.

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