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Amy Finley | August 1, 2014

1. North Park, San Diego’s coolest neighborhood, is also one of its hottest, when the sun’s beating down on the black asphalt ribbon of University. Happily, the stretch boasts two favorite spots for frozen fare....

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Major Leagues
Michaela Rodriguez | July 28, 2014

1. Head to Phil’s BBQ, located at Park at the Park or on field level near the Park Boulevard gate, for one of the S.D. original’s saucy Broham pulled pork sandwiches (here’s a tip: get extra...

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The Rundown
Amy Finley & Annie Lawless (co-founder, Suja Juice) with Julie Upton, M.S., R.D., C.S.S.D | July 17, 2014

1. Pre-Race Training
“Always listen to your body and make sure to rest when your body tells you to! As race day approaches, if at all possible,...

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Pros and Con!
Amy Finley | July 11, 2014

1. Curated hand-made objects, original artwork, silkscreens and collectibles take center stage at Artexpo 2014, presented by the Media Design School...

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Fire Starter
Amy Finley | Photography by Andrea Bricco | July 7, 2014

I try hard not to read too much into chefs’ reactions when I’m talking to them about food reviews, but Jon Sloan—the chef de cuisine under celebrity chef/partner Richard Blais at...

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The Power Principle
Mike Espindle | July 7, 2014

Jaguar created something of a sensation with the release of the F-Type convertible last year: A sporty two-seater that delivered an appealing and distinctly modern-classic British look. With the release of the new F-Type R Coupe, the game...

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Gillian Flynn | July 7, 2014


Marine Corps Air Station Miramar

For San Diegans driving on the 5 South toward downtown, May 8 will forever be remembered as one of the most snarled traffic days of the year...

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Art Attack
AnnaMaria Stephens | July 7, 2014

San Diego’s art scene always heats up in the summer, when a surge of tourists—and locals exploring the city’s cultural offerings with renewed vigor—practically guarantees gangbusters attendance at local museums. And they’...

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And Away They Go!
Valerie Rogatsky | July 7, 2014

1. The Brigantine has been preparing for their big season of track-packed action. On opening day, the Solana Beach hillside resto rolls out new food and...

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To Dine For
The Editors and John Mariami, with Lesley Balla and John DeMers | July 2, 2014


Rose. Rabbit. Lie

Don't-Miss Dish Under Feast, plates meant to be shared, you...

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Book Report
Gillian Flynn | July 1, 2014

When Ellen Gustafson got married to her naval officer husband in Annapolis, she enlisted a farmer to grow the herbs and veggies for the reception, and the fish served for dinner was line-caught at the bachelor party. "It was true to form," says...

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