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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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Game On
Amy Finley | September 15, 2014

1. If your preferred environment for game day is more owner’s box than stadium seat, get thee to The Grand Del Mar. Sure, the nibbles at The Clubhouse Grill stay...

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Morning Glory
Amy Finley | September 5, 2014

1. First stop, merry olde England. A full fry is a beautiful thing, and Shakespeare’s Pub & Grille, a landmark on India Street, is our top pick for...

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Ooh La La Jolla
Amy Finley | Photography by Andrea Bricco | September 3, 2014

In the years that I lived and cooked in Paris, I developed a theory about bistros that owed more to the wisdom of Coco Chanel than to that of great chefs like Escoffier, Larousse or Carême.

The ever...

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Get Sporty
Shelby Stanger | September 3, 2014

1. Trilogy Sanctuary
THE VENUE 7650 Girard Ave., La Jolla, 858.633.3893
THE WORKOUT This breezy new rooftop space (...

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My City: Michele Arthur
Gillian Flynn | September 3, 2014

“You wear the clothes. You don’t want the clothes to wear you,” says breakout designer and S.D. socialite Michele Arthur, as if reciting a mantra. Her new line,...

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Thread Baron
Meredith Hattam | September 2, 2014

Growing up in La Jolla, Jonathan Cohen didn’t always know he’d end up in fashion. “But I had a hunch,” says the 29-year-old designer over coffee near his...

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Heart of the Valley
Beth Weitzman | September 2, 2014

Having vision is a very powerful thing—especially when possessed by a driving force like the late Joan Austin. Having passed away last year at age 81, her legacy lives on through the eco-luxe...

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Women of Style 2014
Gillian Flynn | September 2, 2014

Sure, they’re gorgeous. And their clothes are drop-dead—structured, rebellious and chic. But these San Diego women don’t just dress the part. They are arbiters of stylish living, devotees of the glamorous life—...

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Head Over Heels
Isaiah Freeman-Schub | September 2, 2014

“Today is a new day,” declared Nicolas Ghesquière in his show note for his first collection for Louis Vuitton. After he accepted the reins as artistic...

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Designed to a "T"
Ayesha Khan | September 2, 2014

It is perhaps one of the greatest ironies in the world of luxury goods that the most preeminent jewelry houses have been historically helmed by men, despite the obvious fact that they mostly cater to women....

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