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Gillian Flynn | April 28, 2014


Downtown via Shelter Island

Three. That’s the number of times annually a full moon rises above downtown San Diego, making it a holy-grail shot for photographers, both...

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The Transformers
AnnaMaria Stephens | April 28, 2014

It doesn’t look like the kind of place that would lure a young family. Each half of the chic Hillcrest duplex has an unconventional layout and stairs—so many stairs. But don’t tell that to the couple who won the bidding...

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Epic Proportions
Eric Olson | April 28, 2014

When San Diego-based filmmaker Pierce Kavanagh visited New York City in 2011 to screen his documentary Manufacturing Stoke at the New York Surf Film Festival, the disconnect between the big city and the big waves served as a motivation....

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Suite Yourself
Wendy Bowman, Gillian Flynn and Jasmin Rosemberg | April 28, 2014

Some Like It Haute
Drumroll, please. After years in the planning, the desert will be hotter than ever when the The Ritz-...

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Porsche, Plein Air!
Nate Chapnick | April 25, 2014

Is it a coupe or is it a convertible? The 2014 911 Targa 4S is actually a bit of both, giving drivers the top-down freedom of a convertible with the stylish lines and performance of a hardtop coupe. The latest addition to the 911 lineup...

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From Sea to Shore
Beth Weitzman | April 25, 2014

With an alarming possibility of disappearing within the next 50 years due to global warming and a rising sea level, now is the time to experience the Maldives, the world’s lowest-lying nation, with its more than 1,100 white-sanded coral islands...

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Lady Luck
Scott Huver | April 24, 2014

“Yeah, I feel lucky right now,” muses Kate Mara sanguinely from a corner table at an eatery in Los Angeles’ Larchmont district, as she contemplates her good fortune. “Even when I don’t have a ton of work, I am always just really...

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Two for the Road
Amy Finley | April 22, 2014

Alex and Mark Ayling are such dedicated travelers, even a pilgrimage to Encinitas for a burrito at Juanitas becomes an adventure, involving motorcycles and a daylong trek along coastal S.D.’s back roads and byways. It’s a far cry from the...

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All That Jazz
Valerie Rogatsky | April 17, 2014

1. Courtesy of JAM, here’s your plans for this evening (aka tonight, April 24!): the 11th floor of Hotel La Jolla, that stunning ocean view, and local legend Gilbert Castellanos and his his quartet performing at...

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Going Au Naturel
Charlotte Farrell | April 10, 2014

1. Encinitas’ own Bloom Natural Health wants its customers to blossom into their healthiest selves, and addresses factors like stress, weight gain and fatigue,...

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