As the yearly count down swags and boogies to electro-night club Dub beat around the county, tourists and locals--check out the smaller news print and online sources (like my favorites) Night and Day, City Beat, the Troubador, and the Reader. This New Year's Eve San Diego will offer a variety flavored evening ranging from traditional quiet bonding at home, church watch night services, public accessible open air park parties, to mega private expensive themed festivities: 2011 is ending in our Western measurement scheme called "time" that marks our existence. It has been an intense year.
For those who want and like to laugh on New Year's Eve, try Horton Plaza's new comedy stage.
And aspiring future stars . . . the Mad House Comedy Club also boasts a Tuesday open mic/new talent night at 7:00PM (NO COVER CHARGE!!!!). A club like this downtown???? It's about time. So, get your comedy on 'cause as 2012 does a funky two-step into actuality, we may really need to keep a sense of humor in our survival toolkit. A peek at the club's January calendar reveals a funfilled month of romp . . . including appearances by one of my favorites (Loni Love) from the Chelsea Lately Show. Unh hmn.....Hey Girl!!!
Hours before the ball drops,