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Live Photos: The Heavy Guilt at the Glashaus, July 16, 2011

Photos by Chris Maroulakos

An all-ages crowd gathered in Barrio Logan on Saturday to help The Heavy Guilt celebrate the release of their new LP, In the Blood. The event — presented in part by the always-classy Latent Print — featured art by Alexander Jackson, Joseph Bowman and Ryan Tannascoli, as well as performances by Low Volts, Gun Runner, and Black Sands. Continue reading…

The Stereotypes Get Literal

Photo credit: Jen Jansen

San Diego’s The Stereotypes will play Bar Pink on Saturday, March 5, but it isn’t just a show — it’s an after-party.

Any logician will explain to you — usually smugly — that you can’t have an after-party without first having a party, and the Stereotypes shindig is no exception. The main event is a book reading by Greg Gerding — author of Piss Artist and The Idiot Parade — to be held at North Park’s Agitprop art space. A former resident of San Diego, Gerding has drawn comparisons to Charles Bukowski with his down-to-earth, whiskey-soaked approach to poetry. The reading starts at 7:00pm. Continue reading…

Review: Greg Gibson at The Latent Print Party; March 24th, 2010; Whistle Stop Bar, San Diego

Photo credit: Bre Witte/MySpace

San Diego literary and arts website The Latent Print said goodbye to Publisher/Managing-Editor/Swing-Dancer-Extraordinaire Charlie Yi at a farewell party at the Whistle Stop on Wednesday night. A mixed lineup of music, poetry, and fiction readings entertained the full house that showed up in Yi’s honor, and the night was capped off with a show by Greg Gibson, former guitar player in local favorites Waterline Drift. Read more…