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I'm Listening, but I Can't Hear You

Two local medical professors are helping surgeons communicate better with their patients.

Mediterranean Meets Mazatlán

Breathe deeply, and relax at Pueblo Bonito's Emerald Bay Resort.

Peace in La Paz

Fishing and diving help create the perfect getaway in this Baja town.

(De)Press Release

San Diego City Councilmember Jim Madaffer possesses——in dangerous overabundance——an eloquent ability to put a positive spin on an unpleasant reality.

Cruise Offerings

The latest offerings from leaders in the cruise industry.

Wine Review

Clos Pegase flies high.

Operation: Top Doctors

Executive Editor Ron Donoho comments on the current issue.

The Prince was Charming

Invited to Buckingham Palace for an evening with Prince Charles, our jet-setting columnist dropped everything and made a beeline to London.

Top Doctors List

Dr. Ted Mazer discusses the process of choosing the top doctors in the San Diego area.

Screen Dreams

San Diego has a fresh batch of young filmmakers with small budgets, big hopes and stories they're burning to tell.


The Maestro

Entering his third season as the San Diego Symphony’s music director, Jahja Ling is delighted with the way things have been going.

The Best of Los Cabos

Our picks for the top places to be pampered, have a romantic dinner, grab a taco, wash down a Margarita——and much more.

Nick Reynolds

It was 50 years ago when Coronado’s Nick Reynolds, fresh out of Menlo Business College, joined Bob Shane and Dave Guard to make musical history. In January, there’ll be a cruise to Hawaii to celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Kingston Trio, one of the most successful musical groups ever. Shane will be on board; John Stewart, who replaced Guard in the group 45 years ago, will join the cruise. Reynolds, who suffered a minor stroke a few years ago and has undergone two surgeries for mouth cancer, will be at home in Coronado with his wife, Leslie. Bright, engaging and active at 73, Reynolds still has more than a bit of the impish musical clown in him. He’s still passionate about music. And still a bit surprised by his good fortune at having been a part of The Kingston Trio.

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Migration Nation

In his 30-plus years as a photojournalist, Don Bartletti has taken thousands of pictures that capture the plight of migrants.

A Rep for the Offbeat

Playwright Christopher Durang has pleased—and offended—audiences for three decades with his witty satires and farcical spoofs.

Kenny Weissberg

Host of the eclectic radio show Music Without Boundaries, Kenny Weissberg reflects on a defining moment.

CSI: San Diego...Kinda

Forensic evidence technicians don't solve murders in an hour (unlike their TV counterparts). Follow one technician through a typical case--and remember to cover your nose.

Hawaii: The Fall Getaway You've Been Searching For

Top Doctors 2006

We polled physicians around the county to find out who they would turn to for medical attention. The votes are in; here's their prescription for top medical care.