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October 2004

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Featured Articles

After the Fires

Julian was singed by the Cedar fire, but the rustic town —— where the “mountain life” is readily on display—— is still open for tourism business.

The Long Shadow of Salk

Making scientific discoveries and aiming to improve health.

Photographic Memories

Zoom in on these three local exhibits——from the lens of a Hollywood star to remembrances of lost loved ones to history-making shots.

Friends at 50

The venerable Country Friends is celebrating a half-century of good works.

Beating Breast Cancer

There’s encouraging news in the battle against the most common cancer among women.
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Current Issue Articles

Dish

Wine times; food, football and the Food Bank.

Mister Tiki Mai Tai Lounge

The Gaslamp Quarter’s new Mister Tiki Mai Tai Lounge is pretty kicky.

Seen

Party Pages: Magical music, big birthdays and a beautiful Bening.
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