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Start Him Up
By Seth Combs | March 31, 2015

Over the years, sax player Karl Denson has played with everyone from Steve Winwood to Lenny Kravitz, not to mention solidifying his local legend status with his own bands: The Greyboy Allstars and Tiny Universe. Even so, he’s still reeling from his...

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Reynolds, Unwrapped
By Andrew Myers | March 30, 2015

What do a charismatic gambler, a hapless serial killer and a dogged young lawyer have in common? This may sound like the setup for a joke, but it’s actually a list of Ryan Reynolds’ most recent roles. In January, the witty,...

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Eaters’ Digest
By Amy Finley | March 23, 2015

1. Barely a week old, Catania is already cooking in La Jolla. The indoor-outdoor Italian concept—complete with a wood-burning pizza oven and rustic fare like...

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Fine Print
By AnnaMaria Stephens | March 16, 2015

If a picture is worth a thousand words, Lalla Essaydi’s photographs, on view at SDMA (tickets $12) beginning March 28, are more like epic tales with a subversive...

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Sister Act
By Amy Finley and AnnaMaria Stephens | March 16, 2015

It’s home to million-dollar views and one of San Diego’s most fabled surf breaks, but Sunset Cliffs’ latest claim to fame comes in the form of three pedigreed sisters-cum-restaurateurs, who’ve opened a line-out...

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Park It
By Amy Finley | March 16, 2015

1. In honor of the park’s centennial and the museum’s credo that art is for everyone, beginning March 18, MOPA will transition to a pay what you wish admission...

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Dynamic Duo
By Jacqueline Z. Grossnickle | March 16, 2015

Still craving Fendi’s fur key chain, the Mini Karlito, from last fall? Good news! Miniature Karl Lagerfeld once again walked the runways of Fendi’s spring 2015 show, this time...

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Path to Discovery
By Nate Chapnick | March 16, 2015

Land Rovers are engineered to get through even the most extreme elements, whether that’s crawling over a boulder in Moab, Utah, or powering through a blizzard in Lake Tahoe. While many Land Rovers may never ford a 2-foot-deep stream, the...

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Open Season
Amy Finley | Photography by Andrea Bricco | March 13, 2015

Restaurants are like alchemy: If there were a surefire success formula, everybody would be rich. Ever loved and lost a resto that just couldn’t find its footing despite supposed ringers like a top chef or a killer...

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Trendsetters
By Gillian Flynn | March 12, 2015

Jennifer DeLonge
THE TASTEMAKER
When Jennifer DeLonge couldn't find next-level stationery, she opened a boutique papery in Solana Beach. Ditto for the drought of cool-kid furniture, which she...

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Thai Tranquility
By Beth Weitzman | March 10, 2015

As the go-to retreat for the frenzied, harried, hypertense and otherwise overworked of the jet-set crowd, Chiva-Som (said to mean “haven of life”), one of Asia’s first...

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Father Knows Best
By Gillian Flynn | March 10, 2015

“There are three types of people in this world: sheep, wolves and sheepdogs.”

It’s a speech that’s reverberated in surround sound at movie theaters around the world, and ignited a political firestorm online...

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