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From the Archives: Angela Davis Stirred up Campus Controversy in 1969

The activist and UC San Diego PhD candidate had created an uproar with the university regents
September 12, 2017

On the Job: Daniela Trujillo is Making San Diego More Bike-Friendly

The bicycle advocate coordinator wants to make our streets safer for cyclists
August 30, 2017

Letter from the Editor: Wonder Women

Editor in chief Erin Meanley Glenny dishes on the September issue of San Diego Magazine
August 25, 2017

4 San Diego Women Who Are the Definition of Badass

They've defied cancer, male-dominated career paths, North Pole temperatures, and more to achieve total badassery
August 25, 2017

Celebrating Women: Vicki Mealer-Burke

Qualcomm’s chief diversity officer knows how to listen—and say yes
August 16, 2017

11 of the Best Hikes in Hawaii

Hiking is practically a way of life in San Diego, so why not hit the trails on your Hawaiian vacation
August 14, 2017

On the Job: Meet SDPD's Own Sketch Artist

Gary Bowen's artistic talents help catch the bad guys
August 10, 2017

Ira Glass Brings ‘Seven Things I’ve Learned’ to San Diego

The creator and host of ‘This American Life’ talks storytelling and coming to the Balboa Theatre this month
August 7, 2017

Letter from the Editor: Best of Both Worlds

Editor in chief Erin Meanley Glenny dishes on the August issue of San Diego Magazine
July 28, 2017

The Best of Tijuana 2017

The need-to-know places, people, and experiences across the border
July 28, 2017

Road Trip: Exploring the New Oregon Trail

Skipping Portland in favor of wine country, small towns, and ocean views
July 21, 2017

Relax Baja Style in Todos Santos

The “Pueblo Mágico” is best known for its activities, including fitness classes on the beach
July 18, 2017

3 New Reasons to Visit Palm Springs

Thanks to the reopening of two boutique hotels and the city’s growing culinary scene, this nearby hot spot is giving us new reasons to hit the desert
July 18, 2017

Celebrating Women: Denise M. Bevers

Meet the cofounder and COO of KindredBio
July 17, 2017

Are You a Trophy Hunter or a Chillaxer?

Our travel-happy family learns the art of compromise
July 14, 2017

While in Santa Fe, Take a Day Trip to Taos Pueblo

The oldest continually inhabited settlement in the United States is just an hour and a half from Santa Fe
July 12, 2017

26 Ways to Explore Santa Fe

This New Mexican city checks all the boxes for a weekend getaway with Southwestern flair.
July 12, 2017

A San Diego-Based Travel Company Tours Africa

Werner Kurn turns a childhood memory into a bucket list African safari through his local travel company
July 5, 2017

Letter from the Editor: Who Hates the Beach?

Editor in chief Erin Meanley Glenny dishes on the July issue of San Diego Magazine
June 27, 2017

Confessions of the Un-Diegans

Not every San Diegan loves fish tacos and the beach. Can't believe it? Meet the locals who go against the grain.
June 27, 2017

What Is It Like to Work at the San Diego Wind Tunnel?

Stephen Ryle oversees a team of nautical engineers at the world renowned testing facility
June 26, 2017

"There Isn't a Man on Earth That I Can't Make Potent"

A local doctor pioneers the nation’s first hospital-based sexual medicine clinic
June 23, 2017

Meet the Display Artist Who Created Her Own Dream Job

Linda Rainwater is helping save the environment, one window display at a time
June 19, 2017

Celebrating Women: Shanna Missett Nelson

Like a good dancer, the Jazzercise president has mastered her balance—of career, family, and life
June 6, 2017

San Diego's Restaurant Bubble Is About to Burst

Restaurants are facing rising costs, cultural shifts, and other challenges
June 5, 2017

The Man Behind San Diego's $26 Billion Company

Will Illumina's new hotshot CEO be able to lead the San Diego genomics giant into the complex world of clinical care?
June 1, 2017

This UCSD Professor Is Using Science to Make Cheese Taste Better

Assistant professor Rachel Dutton is elevating cheese in the unlikeliest of places—a science lab
May 31, 2017

Shop Like a Tastemaker with Jillian Sassone

The North County designer of Marrow Fine Jewelry shares her favorite things
May 30, 2017

Letter from the Editor: To Diet or Dig In?

Editor in chief Erin Meanley Glenny dishes on the June issue of San Diego Magazine
May 26, 2017

Jahja Ling's Final San Diego Symphony Concert

The accomplished music director took the San Diego Symphony from post-bankruptcy to a Tier One major orchestra designation.
May 17, 2017

Celebrating Women: Diane Powers

Catching up with the owner of Bazaar Del Mundo Restaurant Group and Shops
May 1, 2017

Meet a San Diego Window Washer

No high-rise is too high for Ernesto Ahumada
April 25, 2017

The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel Turns 90

Our tips for an adult spring break at the famous Tinseltown site
April 11, 2017

A Family Afar: A Taste of True Hollywood

Columnist Jon Bailey and his family have different views of Hollywood glitz and glamour
April 10, 2017

7 Unique Yoga Experiences Worth Traveling For

Add a little excitement to your shavasana with these far-flung yoga adventures
April 6, 2017

Celebrating Women: Elizabeth H. Blackburn

The Nobel laureate settles in as president of the world-renowned Salk Institute
April 5, 2017

10 Scenic Hikes Within an Hour of San Diego

You’ve mastered all the trails in your area—now plan a Saturday to get outside for a hike and enjoy the views just a bit farther afield
April 4, 2017

San Diegan Navy Commander Remembers Operation Earnest Will

The thirtieth anniversary of the US Navy battling Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, as remembered by Jerry O'Donnell
April 3, 2017

7 Reasons to Get out of San Diego

Pack your bags and take in these nearby attractions from Tahoe to Los Cabos
March 31, 2017

Up Close and Personal With Gene Kelly

The Hollywood icon’s wife celebrates his life and legacy in a new show coming to San Diego
March 29, 2017

25 Ways to Experience San Francisco

Daring art projects, cool new restaurants, and more boutiques than your wallet will know what to do with
March 29, 2017

On the Job: Meet the Fish Filleter

Cutting fish is an art for Danny Martinez of Catalina Offshore Products
March 9, 2017

Celebrating Women: Katherine Chapin

Meet the Managing Partner of Health Savings Associates
February 24, 2017

18 Things to Do during Padres Spring Training in Arizona

Your guide to Peoria game day deals, new amenities, and nearby activities
February 22, 2017

Local NASCAR Hero Jimmie Johnson Looks toward Daytona

Fresh off his historic seventh championship win, the San Diego native talks career highlights, passionate fans, and tacos
February 6, 2017

Meet the Woman Who Brings Characters to Life at The Old Globe

As the designer in residence, Charlotte Devaux touches every costume for every show at least once
January 31, 2017

Celebrating Women: Jennifer Telfer

Meet the CEO of CJ Products Inc, which produces millions of Pillow Pets annually
January 31, 2017

Shop Like a Tastemaker with Raan and Lindsay Parton

Favorite picks from the co-owners of Alchemy Works
January 30, 2017

This Local Designer is Making San Diego Look Fabulous

Up next, Jules Wilson sets her stylish sights on the I.D.E.A. District and Belmont Park’s historic Plunge pool
January 27, 2017

Meet the Bartender: Michele Willard

Urbn Restaurant Group’s beverage director made the jump from finance to craft cocktails and never looked back
January 25, 2017

Shop Like a Tastemaker: Artist Denisse Wolf

Favorite stylish picks from a Tijuana native
December 23, 2016

Meet the Founders of the New Officine Buona Forchetta

Native Italians Matteo Cattaneo and Mario Cassineri talk recipes, family-friendly dining, and the virtues of good bread
December 23, 2016

A Family Afar: An Underwhelming History Lesson in Cape Cod

When columnist Jon Bailey takes his family to New England, the educational aspect becomes diluted
December 23, 2016

In Search of Old Maui

Troy Johnson turns back the clock in Kaanapali
December 23, 2016

Where to Go Skiing this Winter

From vintage ski wear and secret BBQ pop-ups to free lift tickets and omakase-style stays, welcome to ski season 2017
December 23, 2016

The Best Places to Wine, Dine, and Relax in Arizona

The Phoenix metro area is anything but a food desert, starting with South American-style wines made from Arizona grapes
December 23, 2016

The Challenges of Living with a Wounded Warrior

A new book by a local author explores life and love after war
December 23, 2016

Meet the VIP of the Coronado Bridge

What it's like to work in the center divide of our iconic bridge
December 23, 2016

Celebrating Women: Marilyn Hannes

Meet the Park President San Diego of SeaWorld and Aquatica
December 23, 2016

25 Holiday Getaway Ideas for Every Climate

Our favorite travel destinations for escaping the cold—or embracing it
November 28, 2016

Meet City Ballet's Twin Ballerinas

Kyla and Karissa Myers are starring in this season's production of The Nutcracker
November 28, 2016

My SANiversary: Celebrating two decades in San Diego

Writer Mike Sager reflects on leaving the east coast to find paradise
November 28, 2016

Meet the Tastemaker: Travis Benjamin

The Chargers’ new wide receiver has style on the field and off
November 28, 2016

Spotlight on Women: Denise Jackson

Meet the President and CEO of Balboa Travel
November 28, 2016

Best of Baja 2016

46 ways to relax, dine, drink, and play the Mexico way
October 28, 2016

Celebrating a Legend: Louis Kahn

The San Diego Museum of Art delves into the genesis of the remarkable Salk Institute and other masterworks by the architect
October 28, 2016

Spotlight on Women: Darlene Shiley

Meet the Philanthropist
October 28, 2016

Ina Garten Unveils New Cookbook in San Diego

The Barefoot Contessa chef will talk career, cuisine, and Jeffrey at Balboa Theatre in November
October 28, 2016

How to Be Thankful and Do More

On the eve of Thanksgiving, a third-generation San Diegan proves you can always go home again
October 28, 2016

Why Our Veterans Keep Quiet About Their Service

From misconceptions about the military to reticent heroism, San Diego veterans share the many reasons they often keep mum about their service
October 28, 2016

Meet the Designers Behind San Diego's Most Instagram-Worthy Restaurants

Bells & Whistles principals share the inspiration for their many design-minded eateries
October 28, 2016

4 Reasons to Get out of Town in October

From art to photography adventures—get into the fall wanderlust spirit
September 23, 2016

Coach Mike: 18 Tips on Parenting

Parental advice from local Mike Sager
September 23, 2016

Writer Behind 'In the Heights' Pens a New La Jolla Playhouse Musical

Quiara Alegría Hudes talks finding inspiration in San Diego, and working with Hamilton’s Lin-Manuel Miranda
September 23, 2016

Weekend Getaway: Pasadena

Known for its stylish vintage shops and burgeoning restaurant scene, the L.A. suburb makes the ideal spot for a weekend with the girls
September 23, 2016

Tastemaker: Marvin Malecha

Meet the very stylish president of San Diego’s NewSchool of Architecture and Design
September 23, 2016

A Family Afar: Highway to Hell

Road trip! A modern family takes a long drive up the California coast
September 23, 2016

The Lure of Big Sur

Head to the famed central coast for the lack of crowds, cool weather, and the Big Sur Food and Wine Festival
September 23, 2016

4 Luxe Airstream Resorts to Fall in Love With

Somewhere between hotels and camping is a new form of glamping
September 23, 2016

SoCal Gets Its Own Miraval Life in Balance Spa

Monarch Beach Resort's new spa comes with major street cred, and over 70 exclusive treatments
September 23, 2016
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