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Eaters Digest
Amy Finley | October 10, 2014

1. Forget cake! San Diego Cellars celebrates its 1st anniversary Oct. 18 with an old fashioned grape stomp, and if you’ve never bared your sole to help squish a...

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Feeding Frenzy
Amy Finley | October 3, 2014

1. With Little Italy fast becoming one of San Diego’s hottest foodie destinations—and red sauce joints there disappearing faster than a bowl of Nonna’s spaghetti—the neighborhood’s annual ...

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Vining for Attention
Gillian Flynn | September 26, 2014

Less than two hours from the San Diego border, this vast, craggy valley is not just a hotbed for foodies and the sip-and-swirl set. With a muy tranquilo vibe, it’s the ideal place for instantly slipping into vacation mode, winding...

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The Shore Thing
Amy Finley | Photography by Andrea Bricco | September 26, 2014

For beloved S.D. chef Amy DiBiase, now helming Tidal at Paradise Point—she last led this same waterfront resto back during its Baleen days, before a...

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Triple Threat
AnnaMaria Stephens | September 26, 2014

They say good things come in threes, and that couldn’t be truer of a new architecture exhibition at the Mingei, which opens on Oct. 25. Three on the Edge celebrates a trio of...

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Gillian Flynn | September 26, 2014


San Diego Convention Center

The annual Comic-Con is San Diego’s biggest, most ballyhooed celeb fest of the year. But instead of capturing A-listers...

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Sky Captain
Mike Espindle | September 26, 2014

As the new flagship business jet from Gulfstream, the G650 is, to say the least, truly top flight. The designers intent was to create a hallmark aircraft, one for the history books, by leveraging aeronautic science, next-generation materials, cutting-...

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Turns Ahead
Misty Milioto | September 26, 2014

This year, the top U.S. ski resorts are offering striking upgrades to further elevate your winter getaways to even higher levels of mountain luxury. We’ve vetted the finest offerings on or near the slopes in six buzzing ski states to curate this...

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Epicurean Adventure
Beth Weitzman | September 26, 2014

Paradise can be described as a state of delight—and for anyone who appreciates good food, fine wine and breathtaking oceanfront resorts, it can also be defined as Cayman Cookout...

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Northern Exposure
David Morris with Amy Finley | September 26, 2014

In Copenhagen—where San Diego native Matt Orlando is the chef/owner of Amass, currently one of the world’s most coveted reservations—the sidewalks...

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Purpose Driven
Ayesha Khan | September 26, 2014

Lewiston prides itself on being the second largest town in Maine, but it is typical of New England—red-bricked and lined with church steeples. But as ordinary as the town may seem, famed native son Patrick Dempsey—who overcame dyslexia...

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Movie Nights!
Amy Finley | September 19, 2014

1. Keira Knightley plays 28-year Megan in Laggies. Overeducated and underemployed, Megan is in the throes of a quarterlife crisis, a familiar film trope that director Lynn Shelton—in the tradition of...

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