September 2014

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Things to Do: September 1-7

The best events in San Diego this week

Best of San Diego Party 2014

Photos from San Diego Magazine's party of the year, August 22, 2014

Fall Arts: The Top 20

Our staff picks of the must-see upcoming shows and exhibits of the 2014–15 season

Arts Sneak Peek 2014-2015

We’ve got musicals, plays, dance shows, art exhibits, and more to help you get your culture on this season

Fall Arts: Into the Woods—To Broadway and Beyond

How a Sondheim musical that began in Balboa Park traveled the world and ended up as a feature film starring Meryl Streep

Fall Arts: Rockin’ Again

The historic North Park Theatre is under new ownership—and now the Casbah’s Tim Mays handles the bookings. He tells us why we should all get excited.

Fall Arts: Just the Ticket

What the shows will set you back

Fall Arts: See Seuss!

San Diego History Center debuts "Ingenious! The World of Dr. Seuss" November 15 as its marquee exhibition for the 2015 Centennial

Fall Arts: Two Thumbs Up!

The San Diego Film Festival is September 24–28—this is why you should go

Fall Arts: A Tale of Two Theaters

Meet the bigwigs at San Diego’s two powerhouse theater companies

Fall Arts: Take It Outside

Live theater moves beyond the theater

Fall Arts: Let's Get Visual

Three museum exhibits to see this season

Fall Arts: No Passport Required

San Diego Symphony’s International Passport Series offers everything from acrobatics and ballet to jazz and tango

Fall Arts: In Perfect Harmony

Meet the dynamic duet returning to their roots in support of the new San Diego opera

Fall Arts: Frozen in SoCal

The couple that brought us Disney’s megahit will debut a new musical at La Jolla Playhouse

What You Don’t Know About Charity

Outgoing San Diego Foundation CEO Bob Kelly reflects on the “San Diego Way,” and offers five surprising facts about giving

Hot Tickets

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

Tastemaker: Reesey Shaw

Founder and executive director of Lux Art Institute

Inside the Icon: San Ysidro Port of Entry

Go beyond borders at the world’s busiest land crossing, and one of three border crossings in San Diego County

Funky and Functional

If your living space needs a colorful makeover, head to North Park’s new home store, Kaleidoscope.

Decorate with Maps

Trend alert: Maps are having a moment

The Beatle is Back

The last time Sir Paul McCartney played in San Diego, he wasn’t yet a Sir.

Central California: The New Napa

Central California’s quaint B&Bs and luxury resorts are less of a drive and—dare we say it—less pretentious than Napa.

There’s an App for That!

Marketplace

Rebuilding the Dream

A Del Mar family turns a house left in ruins into a modern jewel

On the Vineyard

A wine release party is the wine equivalent of welcoming a baby.

Crushing on Temecula

If Napa seems like a schlep, celebrate California Wine Month in Temecula

Gastro Trip: Rosarito

What to expect this season in our favorite food destinations, both established and up-and-coming

Gastro Trip: Salt Lake City

What to expect this season in our favorite food destinations, both established and up-and-coming

Gastro Trip: Portland

5 Reasons to Visit the Enthusiastic Eater’s Paradise this Fall

Cabo for Grown-ups

If your last trip to Cabo San Lucas involved drinking a yard at El Squid Roe, it’s time to consider a return trip—and here’s how to do it differently.

Rock Your Fitness

We all know San Diego is the birthplace of the modern triathlon. If you haven’t already, it’s time to finally “tri” this sport. No excuses!

Best Dressed in Tijuana

Border report

Restaurant Review: Tidal

Paradise Point and chef Amy DiBiase resuscitate a classic with Tidal

Parental Indiscrection

An Attitude of Gratitude

Mac is Back

It was a thing, then it wasn’t. Now it is, again.

Secret San Diego

Psst! You didn’t hear it from us, but this town has all kinds of "hidden gems" (yes, we said it). And we’re not talking ghost stories at the Hotel Del.

Cabrillo Memorial Drive

Trail of the month

10 Hot Plates

Rumors, openings, & coming-soons

Where to Work off that Wine

Round off California Wine Month with some aerial yoga

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