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SD Food News

The hottest thing in San Diego food right now just might be Tijuana.

The Impossible Burger Has Arrived in San Diego

Taste-testing the bloody, plant-based, $250 million science project

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Dinner and a Show: Born & Raised Brings Back Tableside Dining

The Little Italy steakhouse has revived an old tradition. Why did it ever go away?

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Cityfiles

Local News Updates And Things To Do In San Diego

Where to Go for a Perfect Girl Scout Cookie and Beer Pairing

'Cookies on Tap' comes to several San Diego breweries this weekend

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3 Last Minute San Diego Valentine’s Day Ideas

Because procrastinators deserve love, too

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Podcasts

Weekly news from San Diego's food, drink, and performing arts scenes

San Diego Happy Half Hour Podcast: Episode 82

Shake Shack is bringing more locations to San Diego, Japanese food is headed to Kensington, and San Diego BeerTalk Radio drops by

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San Diego Happy Half Hour Podcast: Episode 81

Point Loma gets more seafood, Bull Taco shutters, and chef-restauranteur Isabel Cruz drops in

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Behind the Brews

Stories about San Diego's craft beer community

Stone Brewing Takes the Fight to Big Beer

The San Diego icon files a lawsuit against MillerCoors

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10 Beer Festivals to Add to Your Bucket List

Sip your way around the world, from Chicago to China

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SD Sips

Exploring San Diego's cocktail culture and bars

Have a Cocktail for a Cause at Sycamore Den This Wednesday

The ‘zero waste’ menu features creative bourbon cocktails and benefits homeless-services nonprofit Think Dignity

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Punch Bowls, Break-Up Cocktails, and Valentiki Drinks

Five spots to celebrate love or drown your sorrows this Valentine's Day

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Monday Morning Good News

Your source for the exciting people, programs, and events in San Diego County

Oasis Receives Parker Foundation Grant

San Diego Charity News for December 25, 2017

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Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary Announces 2018 Honorees

San Diego Charity News for December 18, 2017

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Everyone’s a Critic

A weekly local theater review

‘Ballast’ Explores Transgender Identity Through Dreams

The world-premiere show at Diversionary Theatre is an ambitious, acutely observed character study

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Curious Women are the Stars of ‘Silent Sky’ at Lamb’s Players

These “human computers” were mapping the cosmos seventy years before NASA’s Hidden Figures

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Hot Blocks

San Diego real estate news and gossip

Landmark Home Gets Historic Designation; Four Open Houses to See This Weekend

This week's local real estate news

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3 Famous Homes for Sale in San Diego

These homes on the market right now are anything but ordinary

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Happenings

The latest parties, press & promotions around San Diego

Cygnet Theatre Hosts Unstoppable Women

The two-night event features women-owned businesses and themed discussions

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Meet the San Diego: Life. Changing. Staycation Winner

Tony Mercuriali’s life changing moment means a cancer-free future

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Fore! San Diego's Best Golf

Golf tips, advice, and stories from Tina Mickelson

Young Golf Talent Jon Rahm Embarks on the next Phase of His Career

From Spain to Arizona State—Tina Mickelson tells the story of how it all began

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Golf Tip: Pass The Club Drill

The golf swing doesn’t have to be rocket science, friends

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