Summer 2015

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Local News Updates And Things To Do In San Diego

Brittany Segal: “I’m stuck in San Diego for the rest of my life”

We talked to the 26-year-old artist about her passion for animals, her first solo show in San Diego, and why she’ll never leave her hometown

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How-To: The San Diego Film Festival

Festival Producer Stephanie Inscoe lets us in on her best tips for the 14th year of “Binge Watching for Film Lovers”

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All You Need Is LOVE

The second annual Love & Autism conference will host the first all-autism wedding

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Fightin' Words

The Anaheim Ducks have moved their top prospects to San Diego, returning hockey to the city under a familiar name: The San Diego Gulls. Humorist Troy Johnson explains how a Gulls game once helped him understand hockey.

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Just Call Me Swiftie

A ‘San Diego Magazine’ editor finds herself at the Taylor Swift concert

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San Diego Minute at Wow Wow Waffle

We get behind the counter to whip up a few waffles of our own

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San Diego Minute at Trilogy Sanctuary

We hang out at La Jolla's blissful rooftop yoga retreat

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Mama’s Kitchen Throwback (25 Years Back)

A tale of pancakes, philanthropy and best friends

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San Diego Minute at The Quartyard

We explore San Diego's raddest urban park for grownups

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Two Thumbs Up for ‘Up Here’

La Jolla Playhouse’s newest musical has all the makings of a mega hit

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