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October 2015

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Health Heroes: Top Doctors 2015

699 physicians in 74 specialties. Plus, a look at local doctors going above and beyond the call of duty, changing the way medicine is practiced, and saving lives

Animal Instinct: Saving Lives at the Zoo

For more than 20 years, UC San Diego’s top docs have been helping save lives at the zoo, one precious species at a time

Healthcare Goes High-Tech

Dr. Eric Topol is putting health care in the palms of our hands
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Health Heroes: Top Doctors 2015

699 physicians in 74 specialties. Plus, a look at local doctors going above and beyond the call of duty, changing the way medicine is practiced, and saving lives

Healthcare Goes High-Tech

Dr. Eric Topol is putting health care in the palms of our hands

Animal Instinct: Saving Lives at the Zoo

For more than 20 years, UC San Diego’s top docs have been helping save lives at the zoo, one precious species at a time

Dear Chargers, It's Over

A pre-emptive breakup letter to the team we love

Restaurant Review: Water Grill

Water Grill is a stunning ode to a SoCal seafood icon

Home: A Veteran Approach

At home with psychotherapist Marjorie Morrison, founder of PsychArmor, and her family

Neighborhood Guide: Carmel Valley

A Bloody Mary bar, skate park, and award-winning French cuisine? Del Mar's neighbor has evolved into a dark-horse gem

Riverwalk Golf Club

18 Holes with Tina Mickelson

Things to Do: October 26-November 1

Madonna, Pumpkin Carving Workshop, Trick-or-Treat on India Street, San Diego Monster Bash, Carlsbad Fall Village Faire, and more

Inside the Icon: Room 3327

Hotel Del Coronado's haunted quarters may send a shiver down your spine.

Vintage San Diego: A Presidential Welcome

Traveling by motorcade in 1960, President Dwight Eisenhower was greeted by San Diegans

Sweet Spot: Apple and Fig Dutch Baby Pancake

Bertrand at Mister A's serves up a fruit-filled fall dessert.

Very Important Taco: Avocado Taco

This vegetarian star taco shines brighter than all of its meat-based competitors. Score one for the leaf eaters

Things to Do: October 19-25

Whiskey and Wine BBQ, Cueva Bar 5-year Anniversary, Bulls of St. Agata, Celebrate the Craft

2015 Top Doctors Celebration

Seaview at Manchester Grand Hyatt, October 10, 2015

2015 Latino Impact Awards

The Headquarters at Seaport, October 14, 2015

The Westgate Hotel 45th Anniversary Celebration

The Westgate Hotel, August 26, 2015

Six Degrees of Michael Mina Charity Dinner

La Valencia Hotel, July 22, 2015

29th Annual Fur Ball

San Diego Humane Society, San Diego Campus, August 22, 2015

Things to Do: October 12-18

A Taste of Coronado, Le Diner en Blanc, Janet Jackson, Pour It Black, Bike for Boobs, and more

2015 Woman of the Year Awards

Museum of Contemporary Art La Jolla, September 29, 2015

Destination: Havana, Cuba

As the Cold War defrosts, Cuba rolls out the welcome mat for American tourists

ArtWalk NTC at Liberty Station

NTC Liberty Station, August 15–16, 2015

Calendar of Events: October 2015

How to be busy and important this month in San Diego

Things to Do: October 5-11

Phantom of the Opera, Baja Culinary Fest, Ocean Beach Oktoberfest, La Jolla Art and Wine Festival, FESTA!, and more

Cocktail Hour: Mezcal Moment

Tequila's smoky cousin takes center stage

5 People to Watch This Month

San Diego locals doing interesting things in October

Things to Do: September 28-October 4

San Diego Magazine's Woman of the Year Awards, San Diego Film Festival, La Mesa Oktoberfest, Del Mar Village Taste and Art Stroll, and more

New Exhibit: The Art of Music

The San Diego Museum of Art has unveiled its largest exhibition to date—a multisensory event exploring how the two creative platforms intersect

Parental Indiscretion

With Georgia now in middle school, after-school logistics made getting her a phone unavoidable. We are now—God help us—a complete iFamily

Statement Piece: Tijuana Art and Activism

A Tijuana artist makes a case for public breastfeeding.

La Vida Vegan: Rec Yerself

Finding a good vegan burger is like capturing a yeti. Thankfully, there’s Park & Rec

10 Hot Plates

San Diego restaurant rumors, openings, and coming-soons in October

Hot Tickets

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

Your Shelf Life

A curated list of this month's top reads

The Race Registry

Where to run this month

The Globe Gala

The Old Globe, July 25, 2015

Ladies First Triathlons

Women's-only race series returns to San Diego

Yogasmoga Keeps it Real in La Jolla

A new honest activewear brand for San Diego yogis

I Tried It: UFC's Daily Ultimate Training

This craze takes the concept of high-intensity interval training seriously
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