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Love on the Internet

It's as easy as point and click. Suddenly, rooms teeming with love-searchers are available to the lonely-hearts at home. Is this the new way to find a mate? Or is it one more example of sex, lies and web sites?


It was the very first San Diego suburb. Now it's chock full of coffee beans, colorful characters and the city's greatest concentration of gays. Got a problem with that? Hillcresters don't.

San Diego Healthcare on Life Support

Objections were overruled when Grossmont Hospital aligned with the local Sharp system in 1991. Now Sharp wants to partner with Wall Street goliath Columbia/HCA. Have we learned anything from the past?

San Diego's Direct Link to London

British Air is back at Lindbergh with direct flights to the British Isles. Expect pageantry, exciting theater and clubby pubs. With all these diversions, it doesn't take long to get in a British frame of mind.
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Taking the Fifth (Avenue)

From Corvette Diner to Blue Point Coastal, their restaurant terrain extends all the way up (and down) Fifth Avenue. David and Lesley Cohn can't get enough of a good thing
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AquaVie: 10 Reasons It’s Downtown’s Best Kept Secret

The best workout and spa getaway around? It’s actually right underneath your nose.

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