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August 2006

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San Diego by Design

Restaurateur Dan Shea turns a Fairbanks Ranch fixer-upper into a stunning family compound and CEO office.

Fitness for All

For everyone from pro athletes to gym neophytes, we've compiled a sampling of fitness goals--and expert advice on how to get there.

Anchors Always

For San Diegans who live on their boats, home is where the hull is.
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Current Issue Articles

Savoring San Diego

After counting hundreds of ballots from readers, we're ready to reveal the winners in 43 diverse and delicious food categories.

Summertime Wine

Mix your fun in the sun with a glass--or two.

San Diego versus L.A.

A Los Angeles food maven compares some of our best local restaurants with those of LaLa Land.

Heritage on the Menu

San Diego's family restaurants pass along the secret recipes to successive generations.

2006 Critic's Picks

A discerning foodie shares what's on his plate.

San Diego Style

Summer is still in full swing, so keep those hands and feet in perfect condition with delightfully decadent treatments.

Seen

A swell time in North County; betting it all for Scripps; and a zoo rendezvous.

Hot Stuff

What’s hot. What’s not. Who’s in. Who’s out.
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