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August 2004

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Devil or Angel?

The smart, sharp-tongued Episcopal Community Services director’s admirers and detractors are deeply divided. But the embattled Amanda May says a district attorney’s office investigation of her charity won’t turn up any financial irregularities.

Class in Session

Make enormous profits in real estate. Get advice from a psychic. Learn erotic secrets from an adult film star. Lecturers at The Learning Annex leave no stone unturned.

Jazz Lives

The San Diego jazz scene ebbs and flows. But even as part of an underground musical force, somebody can be found laying down a cool beat seven days a week.

San Diego by Design

Dressed up or dressed down, George and Paula Hauer's home is perfect for all seasons and reasons.
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2004 Critic's Picks

STATE OF THE PLATE EVEN IF IT’S, just the beginning, San Diego’s restaurants finally have arrived.

2004 Reader's Picks

Grape Expectations

The quest for quality wines under $20, featuring Kiwis, J. Garcia . . . and screw-tops?

Sushi Savvy

Where Men Bite Dogs

Petco Park fits downtown like a ball in Khalil Greene’s glove——and the new Bark Park is a full plate of eclectic edibles
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