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Yo, Adrian
By Ray Rogers | May 27, 2015

When Vincent Chase and crew make their entrance on the silver screen in this summer’s surefire blockbuster version of the HBO hit Entourage, it’ll be as high octane as you’d expect: The guys are partying with throngs of scantily clad...

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Listen Up!
By Jamie Ballard | May 21, 2015

1. Belly Up Tavern
This stalwart Solana Beach venue, which has been rocking for four decades, always offers a sizzling lineup—including the annual scene that is Fiesta Del Sol, held...

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We’ve Got the Buzz!
By Jamie Ballard | May 15, 2015

1. Holsem Coffee
Let’s face it: North Park is cool-kid central. And this recently opened mod coffee shop is joining the ranks of new haunts, boasting 18...

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Crib Sheet
By Gillian Flynn and AnnaMaria Stephens | May 11, 2015

Interior Monologue
When the founder of the ballyhooed Design Milk blog craved an urban look for her new Del Sur home, she knew precisely the interior designer to tap: Michelle Salz-Smith of...

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Out of the Box
By Amy Finley | May 11, 2015

To the list of S.D.’s favorite Japanese eatery imports (sushi bars, ramen houses, yakitori grills, izakaya…), add yet another, thanks to Shihomi Sakai Borillo. But the gorgeous Tokyo-born restaurateur’s newest...

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Click
By Gillian Flynn | May 11, 2015

When
7.20pm
3.18.15

Where
Centennial Park, Coronado

”I’ve always been a night owl,” says photographer Kevin Key. Understatement. When most people are tucked in bed, the Ramona-...

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Who’s Your Patty?
By Gillian Flynn | May 8, 2015

1. Cowboy Star Restaurant and Butcher Shop
This popular East Village carnivore haunt knows how to deliver a real-deal burger. How we order it? Like the...

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The Cat's Meow
By Nate Chapnick | May 8, 2015

Jaguars are known for their sneak attacks—silently stalking their prey until the moment they strike without warning. Unlike the jungle cat, this feral beauty makes no attempt to fly under the radar. An explosive exhaust note, large 20-...

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The Italian Job
Amy Finley | Photography by John Dole | May 7, 2015

La Jolla’s no slouch in the palm tree department. Facing west at twilight, there’s a moment when the sun’s sliding slowly toward the horizon and the frilly fronds are backlit dramatically. They sway in...

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On the Bright Side
By AnnaMaria Stephens | May 7, 2015

ROYAN KAMYAR
Encinitas might be the fittest town in California, from its fleets of triathletes-in-training to the supple yogis practicing their sirsasanas on the sand. Royan Kamyar, a physician and tech entrepreneur, couldn...

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Funny Girl
By Seth Combs | May 5, 2015

Lauren O’Brien’s first brush with celebrity didn’t come in her car, but rather on a flight to New York when she thought her email had been compromised. “I got off the plane, and I...

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A Moveable Feast
By Patti Dickey | May 5, 2015

With great anticipation, I boarded my Air France flight, which turned out to be a perfect first step on a luxurious culinary trip through glorious Burgundy. The in-flight meal by Régis Marcon, Air France’s three-Michelin-starred chef, whet my...

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