Sunday Nov 19 - Nov 20 @ 10:00 PM
Jackmaster at Bang Bang - Sunday, 11/19 : Fngrs Crssd
Bang Bang – FNGRS CRSSD Jackmaster Honey Soundsystem Corey Sizemore FREE RSVP: Jackmaster Over the last six years, Jackmaster, aka Glasgow’s Jack Revill, has established himself as one of the most admired and in demand DJs in the world, culminating in him being voted #2 in the Resident Advisor Top 100 DJ Poll in 2016. A product of the underground, his independent spirit remains intact, while he is equally at home sharing centre-stage with the likes of Seth Troxler and Jamie Jones at DC10 in Ibiza or Ben UFO and Mike Servito at a Numbers warehouse party in London. His lack of musical prejudice, and open-minded approach and ability to adapt to any given situation, underpinned by a knowledge of underground house and techno bordering on the obsessive, are just some of the reasons why year after year he has retained his popularity with the masses. An equally important factor is his wide-ranging taste, and ability to surprise: something that makes it impossible to know for certain which musical direction his sets will take. It is also worth pointing out that Jackmaster is one of a handful of DJs on the international scene who has remained at the top without the need to produce or remix, relying almost exclusively on his innate skills and talent on the decks to thrive and prosper. You never know exactly what you’re going to hear with Jackmaster. The element of glorious surprise is crucial to his sets: from the lost Dance Mania gems he spends his time unearthing to forgotten Disco tracks to straight-up house and techno sets, the Numbers co-founder has more options up his sleeve than just about any other DJ out there – and a rare knack for connecting seemingly disparate styles into cohesive sets that continually impress. “I don’t do eclecticism just for eclecticism’s sake,” he states firmly. Jackmaster has been obsessed with music ever since his early years working at the legendary record store Rubadub in his native Glasgow, a place he continues to cite as the source and starting point for his unmatched sound. A self-confessed super fan of Prince and dedicated collector of disco and funk gems and rarities, Jack was involved in collectives and labels like Dress2Sweat and Wireblock before founding Numbers with his friend Spencer. The label has released material from some of the biggest names in electronic music including SBTRKT, Jamie xx & Jessie Ware, whilst also pushing cutting edge sounds from the likes of SOPHIE, representing underground legends Lory D & DJ Deeon, and pushing Glasgow’s brightest talents in Sparky, Rustie and Denis Sulta. Since the very beginning Jack’s sets have been an object lesson in versatility and imagination; as can be seen on the now infamous mix series ‘Tweak-A-Holic’, his many contributions to websites, clubs and benchmark music platforms (a DJ Kicks compilation, three Essential Mixes, Fact, Resident Advisor, Fabric) and, of course, countless sets at festivals around the world. No other DJ combines passion, knowledge, energy, honesty and humour better than Jackmaster. What you are guaranteed to get is a master selector’s instinct for creating and riding the energy of a crowd: few can get a dancefloor as hyped as Jackmaster. “I don’t think about music in terms of genre, I think about it in terms of energy levels,” he says – and as his star has risen over the past few years, this has been on perfect display at parties from Glasgow to Berlin to New York, and from superclubs such as Berghain and Fabric to his three summer residency at Circo Loco in Ibiza. At the heart of Jackmaster’s wide-ranging sensibility is a fundamental honesty: he believes in neither following trends nor the concept of guilty pleasures. His commitment to both honesty and energy encapsulates what can make dance culture life-changing and thrilling: it’s about the clubber on the dancefloor reacting instantaneously and truthfully to the music. Few cater to that dancer as effectively as Jackmaster – no mere “crowd-pleaser”, but someone always guaranteed to please the crowd. Honey Soundsystem Honey Soundsystem is a collective of disc jockeys, musicians, performers and designers. Co-founders Ken Woodard and Jacob Sperber formed in January 2006, after seeing severe gaps in San Francisco nightlife. They were inspired by pivotal gay underground parties, who offered a take on dance music in direct opposition to what was blaring on mainstream club speakers. Gradually they brought in other DJs with similar tastes before the group finalized its current roster: Jacob Sperber, Jason Kendig, Robert Yang and Josh Cheon. The group bond over a shared love of timeless sounds, iconic imagery, the complete look, indulgent behavior, and most of all, attractive men. In 2008 they launched a weekly Sunday night party that would run for five years, before ending in October 2013. Their parties host DJ’s from around the world, including DJ Sprinkles, Todd Terje, Prosumer, Boris, Steffi, Horse Meat Disco, Discodromo, Eric Duncan, Derek Plaslaiko, Maurice Fulton, Kink, Ivan Smagghe, Traxx, Silent Servant, Daniel Wang, Hunee, Optimo, Derrick Carter, Portable, Hard Ton, Tim Sweeney, Kim Ann Foxman, Mr. Ties, Honey Dijon, Steve Fabus, Bobby Viteritti, and Mike Servito. Since then the crew has gone on to throw a steady stream of larger, one-off parties and the occasional underground. The crew is known to build massive, elaborate, party-specific installations to enhance their nightlife antics. Musically, the existence of Honey has shaped and transformed all that was possible for each member. Record labels were formed such as Honey’s flagship HNYTRX, Discaire, and Cheon’s Dark Entries. Together the four resurrected the lost gay porn soundtracks of San Francisco’s Hi-NRG producer Patrick Cowley. Individually and as a team, the four have gone on to DJ critically acclaimed sets in New York, DC, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles and Philadelphia as well as internationally, in Montreal, Vancouver, Berlin, London, Paris, and even the far reaches of Shanghai. Honey are constantly meditating on the historical past in order to inform the future. One can only imagine what the future will bring as the boys continue to grow, hone, and discover what is within reach and possible with their combined talents. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Bang Bang: Facebook: Twitter: Website: For bottle service inquiries please contact Zach at (510) 910-1959 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - FNGRS CRSSD: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Website:
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:00 AM
Transitioning: Schooling & parenting older children
Waldorf Essentials with Melisa Nielsen – Struggling with story telling for your 9yo? Suddenly they want toys that the neighbor kid has? Getting bugged for more media or a later bedtime? Where has early childhood gone!? Moms tend to fight this transition making more struggle than needed. Grab a cup of tea and join me for a chat about's not all that different than the transition we were in at birth!
    Monday Nov 20 - Nov 22 @ 8:30 AM
Fall Youth Media & Tech Camps (Nov 20-22)
San Diego Latino Film Festival – Parents! Do your kids need something to do next week during Thanksgiving break? Sign them up for Media Arts Center San Diego's Fall Youth Media & Tech Camps (Nov 20-22). They can make movies, learn tech skills, meet new friends, & screen their movies on the BIG screen! Ages 6-14! 8:30-3PM. $175. Member discounts! at Digital Gym Cinema North Park. Sign up here - ABOUT OUR CAMPS Youth get to flex their creative technology muscles through creating an original movie from start to finish. Campers, ages 6-14, will learn how to operate a camera, edit in iMovie, create storyboards and use our Green Screen Studio! A matinee of the youth’s film projects will be premiered on the last day of camp to a full house in our independent movie theater, the Digital Gym CINEMA! No experience necessary! Visit Media Arts FLICKR page to see our YMTC Campers in action or watch videos from past camps. Price: $175 Also available: Late Pick-Up: 5:00pm ($65/week) Early Drop Off: 7:30am ($65/week) Membership discounts available! $25 off! Please contact or call (619) 230-1938 ext. 101 Youth Media Tech Camp Dates: November 20-22 DAILY SCHEDULE: 8:30am- 3:00pm TYPICAL DAY FOR ALL-DAY CAMPERS 8:20 am Drop Off 8:30 am Camp Begins! 8:45 am Learning Activities 10:15 am Break 10:25 am Learning Activities 12:15 pm Lunch 12:45 pm Learning Activities 2:30 pm Clean Up 2:45 pm Daily Recap 3:00 pm Pick Up FOR MORE INFORMATION ON OUR EDUCATION PROGRAMS Contact: or 619.230.1938 ext. 101
    Monday Nov 20 - Nov 22 @ 9:00 AM
Thanksgiving Week & Winter Camps at The Living Coast
Living Coast Discovery Center – Thanksgiving week is almost here. School is out but parents still have to work? Do not worry! Sign up the kids for Thanksgiving week Camp! Choose one, two or all three days of our fun and informative Thanksgiving Camps! Registration is happening now! Camp Schedule Pre K – Kindergarten: Flashy, Splashy Friends Nov. 23rd – 25th: 9:00am – 12:30pm $26/day or $78 for 3 days (Members $24/$72) 1st – 3rd Grade: Commotion in the Ocean Nov. 23rd – 25th: 9:00am – 4:30pm $52/day or $156 for 3 days (Members $48/$144) 4th – 6th Grade: Keeper Camp Nov. 23rd – 25th: 9:00am – 4:30pm $52/day or $156 for 3 days (Members $48/$144)
    Monday Nov 20 @ 10:00 AM
Raising the Transgender Flag (TDOR)
San Diego LGBT Community Center – The annual Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is a solemn day to honor and remember the lives of people who have died as a result of transphobia and hate. The San Diego Community invites you to take a moment the morning of TDOR - Monday, November 20th - to join together at the Hillcrest Pride Flag to raise the Transgender Flag and then lower it to half-mast in honor of the solemn day. TDOR has been observed in cities around the world since 1999. This year marks the 15th anniversary of San Diego’s TDOR event, which includes this morning flag-raising, and a candlelit vigil and ceremony that night. Hope to have you join us on this important day.
    Monday Nov 20 @ 1:00 PM
Queer and Mindful: Aromatherapy and Candle-making
UC San Diego LGBT Resource Center – Join the LGBT Resource Center for Week 7 Queer and Mindful. We will be honoring Trans Day of Remembrance while we do our mindfulness activities. We will be making candles and learning about aromatherapy and tea.
    Monday Nov 20 @ 5:00 PM
University Centers Presents: Thank-Fall Crafts: DIY Coffee Cozy
UCSD University Centers (Price Center and Student Center)
    Monday Nov 20 @ 5:00 PM
Transgender Day of Remembrance
First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego – Monday, November 20 at 5 pm in Clark Chapel. Be with us on this day as we share a ritual of music, silence, and the speaking of names honoring the lives of our transgender neighbors and kin. We will join the LGBT Center’s vigil which begins at 6 pm. Wear a church t-shirt or Standing on the Side of Love t-shirt if you have one. For more info, contact Rev. Ian.
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:00 PM
San Diego Transgender Day of Remembrance
Young Professionals Council - A Program of The San Diego LGBT Center – Join us as we remember those we lost due to anti-transgender hate and violence. Together we will mourn, honor & celebrate their authentic lives. All are welcome. 6PM Vigil March (Meeting Outside of The Center*) 7PM Program at The Center. For more info. contact *3909 Centre St., San Diego, CA 92103 _______________________ Únase a nosotros mientras recordamos a aquellos que perdimos debido al odio y la violencia anti transgénero. Juntos honraremos y celebraremos sus vidas auténticas. Todos son bienvenidos. 6PM Vigilia (reunión fuera del centro *) Programa 7PM en The Center. Para más información. contactar a * 3909 Center St., San Diego, CA 92103
    Monday Nov 20 - Nov 21 @ 6:30 PM
Friendsgiving at Rustic Root
Party Naked – Join us for our Friendsgiving event at Rustic Root Rooftop on Monday, November 20th! Enjoy hosted food and extended happy hour from 6pm until 7:30pm with firepits, fun, and friends all night long! The event will benefit Friends of Scott, a local San Diego charity. We welcome group reservations! Email kylie@gaslampdistrictmedia to reserve a table. Each person in your group will need to RSVP above in order to enjoy hosted food & extended happy hour. You will bring your printed or e-ticket to Rustic Root to check in & join in the merriment!
    Monday Nov 20 @ 7:30 PM
Kizomba Classes
A Time To Dance – KIZOMBA SD Dance Class Come learn a fun new dance straight from Africa via Europe! Kizomba music and dance origins are found in Angola, Cape Verde, and other PALOP Countries of Africa where the native tribal music and movements blended with the European instruments and style to create a new way of dancing that has been catching fire throughout Europe & worldwide, finally reaching the US and now San Diego! Kizomba San Diego offers the only location to learn and practice Kizomba dancing in San Diego, with a focus on the foundations and knowledge of the music and dance history. Enjoy the music and the company as you learn one of the fastest growing dances! **Classes are open to all levels, but is focus on the fundamentals of the dance. So if you know a few moves or have never seen it before at all, you're welcome to come and join us. **Bringing a partner with you is not necessary… If you have a friend or partner who wants to come too, that's great! But if not, don't let that stop you from dancing!! Class begins Mondays 7:30pm-8:30pm Fundamental of Kizomba with Allen 8:30pm-9:30pm Improvers with Javier 9:30pm-10pm Practica Location:: A time to dance 3982 30th St, San Diego, CA 92104 See website for more info or call 619-297-6401
    Monday Nov 20 @ 8:30 PM
AJ Froman w/ Hot Mustard, Z etc. at Soda Bar
Soda Bar – AJ Froman w/ Hot Mustard & Z etc. $6 • 21+ • 8:30 PM
    Monday Nov 20 @ 9:00 PM
Jenny And The Mexicats y Marujah at The Casbah - San Diego
Casbah San Diego – Jenny And The Mexicats at The Casbah - San Diego
    Tuesday Nov 21 @ 10:00 AM
Golf Company Graduation
Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego –
    Tuesday Nov 21 @ 11:00 AM
Run for the Hungry Packet Pickup
Road Runner Sports – 2017 San Diego Run for the Hungry. Thanksgiving Morning on Thursday, November 23. Downtown San Diego - Westfield Horton Plaza. 10K @ 7 a.m. | 5K @ 8:15 a.m. All profits from this race are donated to the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank and hunger-relief programs such as the JFS Food Mobile and HandUp Food Pantry managed by Jewish Family Service of San Diego. Early packet pickup will be at Road Runner Sports on Nov. 17th from 11 to 7 pm. Bonus discount for picking up early!.
    Tuesday Nov 21 - Nov 22 @ 11:00 AM
Forty-Twosdays at El Chingon
Party Naked – Tuesdays are better when they’re bad ass! If you love tacos, tequila and tens, then FortyTwosdays is where you need to be! Escobar and Deejay Al will be in the house spinning all of your favorite beats! In the mood for the VIP treatment? For table and bottle service inquiries please contact: ABOUT EL CHINGON Eclectic, Fun, but Authentic, El Chingon is a “Bad Ass” Mexican Restaurant & Bar Revolution in San Diego’s Historic Gaslamp Quarter.
    Tuesday Nov 21 @ 11:30 AM
Wink La Mesa Exclusive Networking Chapter
Wink Women Inkorporated – If you haven't checked us out.... you should!!! What an amazing group of business women! This could be the perfect EXCLUSIVE networking group for you! Wink La Mesa Exclusive Networking for Women in Business is here! Space is limited for each chapter. Women interested may attend up to (2) meetings before joining unless their category is already closed (see below). This format is EXCLUSIVE CATEGORY so only one woman per business category. Space is limited per chapter so if you are interested in this chapter please email any questions directly to us at: Here are the perks we are offering our Wink Exclusive Members ONLY: • 1-year membership in your exclusive category • Opportunity to showcase your business at your chapter event(s) • Wink logo padfolio and pen • FREE entry into monthly mixers; discounts on exhibitor tables. • Social media promotion of you/your business in our Facebook groups pages, on Twitter, and Instagram as well as Video Marketing promo of you! (lots more to come) Here is what will be required of Wink Members: • Serious Women in Business - those that truly want to grow! • Non-Refundable Application Fee of $39 • One-time yearly fee (no recurring payments) • Referrals and Attendance are REQUIRED • Food purchase at each meeting • Giving Back (more on this at the meeting) Categories are not guaranteed; all applications will considered but references will be required upon your application submission. For more details, email me directly and/or meeting tomorrow for all the details, an application, and to meet women who are ready to take their business to the next level! **Lunch fee of $20 is required for this meeting. Please bring CASH the day of the event. ** The time for this event goes from 11:30 am ~ 1:00 pm. Bring lots of business cards or brochures to share with the other women. Invite your female friends in business to join us for a time of networking that they will be talking about again and again! Categories already filled: Skincare - Real Estate - Mortgage Loan Broker - Chiropractor - Life Coach for Teens & 20-somethings - Meal Planning/Prepared Meals - Essential Oils (doTerra) - Travel Agent - Financial Planner - Nutritional Supplements - Photographer - Masage Therapist - Acupuncturist - Home & Auto Ins.
    Tuesday Nov 21 @ 3:00 PM
Mug Club Tuesdays
Kilowatt Brewing – Everyone is a Kilowatt Mug Club member on Tuesdays! Stop by our Kearny Mesa or Ocean Beach Tasting Rooms every Tuesday and to enjoy a 20 ounce pour for every 16 ounce pour purchased. Want more variety? Swap out the 20 ounce pour for a 16 ounce pour and a 4 ounce taster. Get 20 ounce pours all the time, by joining our Mug Club for just $20 per year. Mug Club members receive 20 ounce pours for every 16 ounce pour purchased. More info at: Join the Mug Club and attend our next Beer Mug Painting Class to drink out of your own custom painted mug everytime you visit Kilowatt!
    Tuesday Nov 21 @ 4:30 PM
Info Session: Undergraduate Summer Research Scholarships
UCSD Undocumented Student Services Center – Join us to hear from student participants, Faculty, AEP Staff, and UCSD Campus Resources on how to create your research proposal, how to find a Faculty mentor, what to include in your appliation for scholarships, and learn about tips and ideas to promote your research project! Dinner will be served. Sponsored by The Financial Aid and Scholarships Office, Academic Enrichment Programs, and Undocumented Student Services at UC San Diego.
    Tuesday Nov 21 @ 5:30 PM
Testaments of a Caregiver
Center for Intercultural Relations – This event is an educational diversability topic around caregivers. Come learn about the shared experiences that a caregiiver has with a loved one.