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July 2015

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San Diego Summer Guide 2015: From A to Z

Here’s our guide to buying the right tickets, getting the good seats, eating the best tacos, drinking the best cocktails, and more

Farm to Fable

Deception, fraud, and honest mistakes in the farm-to-table movement

Stopping Traffic

We ditched our cars for one day and gave our city’s public transportation a whirl
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San Diego Summer Guide 2015: From A to Z

Here’s our guide to buying the right tickets, getting the good seats, eating the best tacos, drinking the best cocktails, and more

Farm to Fable

Deception, fraud, and honest mistakes in the farm-to-table movement

Stopping Traffic

We ditched our cars for one day and gave our city’s public transportation a whirl

Restaurant Review: Sirena

Little Italy’s new Latin option is a hot, exciting mess

Home: Beach Romance

At home with BottleCloth founder Brenda Sacks and her consultant husband, Jeff

Spotlight on Women

Susie Armstrong, Senior Vice President, Engineering, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

Things to Do: June 29-July 5

Summer Shakespeare Festival, Blue Whale Watching, Independence Day, San Diego County Fair, and more

Mission Federal ArtWalk

Little Italy, April 25-26, 2015

The San Diego Museum of Art’s Art Alive Opening Celebration

San Diego Museum of Art, April 24, 2015

National Geographic Channel’s “World’s Smart Cities: San Diego”

Copley Symphony Hall, April 21, 2015

Vive La France Gala

North Terrace, Our Lady of Peace, March 14, 2015

Spinoff Under the Big Top

Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine, May 7, 2015

Picture Perfect: Surf Photography

A Solid North Swell

Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Miramar

Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Miramar, a direct affiliate of the Gracie Humaita academy in Brazil, recently opened off Miramar Road

I Tried It: Posture Therapy

When we're chasing deadlines, good posture is usually the last thing on our minds

Tastemaker: Bianca Wickers

The e-boutique owner offers a peek at her treasured favorites

5 People To Watch This Month

San Diego locals doing interesting things in July

Travel and Wellness: Get Ready to Glow

Hawaii’s tropical terrain is brimming with holistic ingredients to purify, soften, tighten, and illuminate

Sweet, Serene Sedona

“God’s country” is, well, technically all of it. But if your Almighty had to write down a mailing address, Sedona might be it

Your Summer Bucket List

Been there, done that? We found more things you can humblebrag about

Neighborhood Guide: Cardiff-by-the-Sea

The beach town is all about casual dining, a.m. exercise, and ocean views

Hot Tickets

Must-sees on stage, on screen, and in the gallery in July

Now Open: Maven

When San Diego native Alexandra Hall decided to open her first boutique, she took a unique approach

La Vida Vegan: A Sea of Greens

A seafood spot with more than fish on the menu

Very Important Taco: Fish Taco

Mostly true to the classic Baja style, the fish tacos at Salud have a few twists

The Race Registry

Where to run in San Diego in July

Calendar of Events: July 2015

How to be busy and important this month in San Diego

Trail of the Month: San Elijo Lagoon

Great for hiking and running

Now Open: Park & Rec

You don’t have to pledge a fraternity to enjoy playing games while you drink

Vintage San Diego: A Jolly Fourth

Prospect Street in La Jolla on July 4, 1924

Job of the Month

Kelly Harrington Lotus Institute, Executive Director, since 2013

Your Shelf Life

5 Books to Read in July

Yoga Rocks the Park

Yoga Rocks the Park returns to Point Loma and Carlsbad this summer

Golf: The Santaluz Club

18 Holes with Tina Mickelson

10 Hot Plates

San Diego restaurant rumors, openings, & coming-soons in July

Summer Fashion: White Hot

Lace, fringe, cut-outs—this summer the hue is anything but neutral

Stylish Beach Tents

Sun-worshipping is practically a lifestyle in San Diego, but an Australian company has created a stylish way to stay shaded

Easy Road Trips: On the Road

Make it home in time for sunset! These three destinations are a just a scenic day trip away from San Diego

A Family Afar

Room for Four, Please

The Other Side of Baja

Seafood, the Sea of Cortez, and ancient cacti are the draw in San Felipe
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