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April 2004

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In the Line of Fire

A photo essay by Tim Mantoani.

An End of Innocence

Before he was an anti-war activist, before he was a U.S. Senator, before he was the presumptive Democratic nominee for president, John Kerry was a Vietnam-bound young naval officer who had a love affair with San Diego.

Sink or Swim

This summer, a downtown aircraft carrier museum finally opens for business. Supporters are sure the Midway will float as a tourist attraction. But to some, the numbers don’t reach the water line.
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Le Fontainebleau

Thirty-something chef Fabrice Hardel, Normandy born and bred, prepares a menu at Le Fountainbleu that smoothly marries classic and contemporary.

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