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Restaurant reviews and food trends in San Diego

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San Diego's resident ghostbuster is working overtime. Plus: Pamela Anderson almost misses the boat; the Nick and Jessica show comes to town; and Donna Frye's "sun poisoning."

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Positive male role models. Plus: Veronica Marsis granted another orbit; Switchfoot toes a new line; and Morgan Freeman shares billing with SeaWorld penguins.

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Local honchos' pens are put to the test by a handwriting analyst. Plus: Sixth Avenue goes from sketchy to chi-chi; Cupid and the chocolate factory; and San Diego's sweet dreams status.

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San Diego's Conflict Resolution Center provides an alternative to court battles. Plus: The Mob's softer side; where to raise a pint of green beer; and a moving tribute to San Diego's surf culture.

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San Diego's urban landscape is a free-for-all when it comes to constructing tall buildings. Plus: A rock hottie sidles up to Side Bar; no shopper's remorse here; and hooking up in the hometown.

It's All About the Kids Foundation

An organization helping seven local charities that serve children and teens impacted by homelessness, crime, and domestic violence.

A Call for Volunteers

Give the gift of time. The following organizations rely on the generosity and dedication of volunteers.

Whittier Institute for Diabetes

This Institute has become one of the top facilities of its kind in the country, supporting a full range of education and research.

Let's Get Serious

Gravity is key-this is a heavy issue (in weight and subject matter).

Partnerships with Industry

Partnerships With Industry helps approximately 1,000 developmentally disabled individuals every year to find gainful employment.

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Who's to blame for significant price fluctuations at area gas stations? Plus: Rush Limbaugh can eat cake; celebrity central; and an (art)walk on the wild side.

San Diego Repertory Theatre

The Rep features world premieres, reimagined classics of the world stage and innovative work by contemporary playwrights.

Toussaint Academy of the Arts and Sciences

There is a ray of hope in the San Diego community for high school-age teens who are homeless.

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Buddy Blue left behind a lot more than two decades of music-making. Plus: varsity schmooze; the price of politics; and an invitation to shutterbugs.

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Watch your back at the neighborhood ATM. Plus: Surf Culture 101; basking in the literary sun; and best bets for a festive Cinco de Mayo.

Holiday Gift Guide

The Art of Giving 2005 Awards

Recognizing the kindness and generosity of some of San Diego's finest in philanthropy. May they inspire one and all.

Glittering Jewels

How a San Diego party became a San Diego icon.

Giving Back a Smile

Seventy-five percent of women in an abusive relationship are unable to pay for treatment to repair their injuries.

A Baltic State of Mind

Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are roaring to life.