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From the Archives: A Working Woman in 1950

More than 50 years ago, being a "career woman" meant jobs in art and modeling and an income for clothes and dinner parties
September 14, 2018

Just Launched: Our Insiders Club

For members only…New perks, insider info and access to the editors
August 21, 2018

From the Archives: Vanna White Was on Our Cover

In June 2003, the Wheel of Fortune star graced our cover—and that wasn't the only shocker
August 20, 2018

The Best of Tijuana 2018

We crown 21 winners from across the border including new restaurants, breweries, and boutiques
July 31, 2018

From the Archives: We Were Not Dog's Best Friend

Plenty has changed in pet ownership since 1976
July 20, 2018

San Diego Neighborhood Guide: Solana Beach

Del Mar's neighbor to the north has always been laid-back, down-to-earth, and family friendly; now its cuisine, fashion, and arts are on the way up, too
July 10, 2018

Inside a Florist's Historic Point Loma Home

Smell the roses at Bridget McKenna's eclectic Art Deco-style estate
July 5, 2018

From the Archives: 'Scuse Our French

San Diego's French cuisine was more classy than casual in 1976
June 19, 2018

Northrop Grumman's Playground for Engineers

Get to know the technology and innovators making waves in the Rancho Bernardo company's FabLab incubator
June 14, 2018

This New Coffee Company Is Backed by San Diego Athletes

Rob Machado, Alphonzo Rawls, and other local athletes team up with a North County crew for Marea Coffee
June 11, 2018

Sophisticated Meets Coastal at This Coronado Home

The Scurlocks are constantly living on island time
June 8, 2018

PopUp Encinitas: The Hippest New Shop Is a Co-Op

Local retailers band together to run a summer pop-up in Encinitas
June 4, 2018

Inside the Icon: Lifeguard Tower 5C

It has one of the best views in San Diego—and has been crucial to lifesaving in Coronado for over 80 years
May 24, 2018

From the Archives: The Great Blind Beer Taste-Off in 1981

Back when San Diego craft beer was nonexistent
May 15, 2018

Major League Rugby has Arrived in San Diego

Meet your new home team, the Legion
April 26, 2018

Inside the Icon: Star of India

One of the oldest active ships in the world has traversed the globe, racking up the miles and legendary stories to prove it
April 16, 2018

From the Archives: The Transformation of North County

A look back at North County’s rep in the ’50s, ’60s, and ’90s
April 9, 2018

Inside a Timeless Two-Story in Bird Rock

A young family doubles the size of their 1,200-square-foot bungalow and turns it into a chic and modern two-story abode
April 5, 2018

From the Archives: San Diego's Real Estate Market in 1977

In the 70s, homes in La Jolla went for $120,000—and other real estate shockers
March 16, 2018

Spring Fashion 2018: New Ways to Wear Denim

This spring, denim means so much more than just jeans
March 9, 2018

8 San Diegans Take us Inside Their Favorite Spaces

Remarkable locals let us into their personal sanctuaries, from a painter's secret garden to a luxe, party-ready speakeasy
February 28, 2018

From the Archives: San Diego's Thriving Marijuana Industry

In the 1980s, North County’s marijuana was considered “the largest cash agricultural crop in California”
February 16, 2018

Inside an Idyllic Julian Farmhouse

A Pacific Beach couple builds an vacation home and rental in San Diego's mountain getaway
February 15, 2018

From the Archives: San Diego's 'Telecom Valley' in 1997

We look back to San Diego's big break into wireless innovations, beginning with Qualcomm in Sorrento Valley
January 18, 2018

Inside a Stunning 'Forever Home' in Del Mar

Empty nesters overhaul their second story to let in panoramic ocean views for years to come
January 10, 2018

Inside San Diego's Big Farmers' Market Boom

The story of how a humble movement turned into a citywide ritual
December 22, 2017

From the Archives: A 1949 Holiday Gift Guide

A peek into San Diego's gift-giving past—cigarette accessories and all!
December 18, 2017

From the Archives: Global Cuisine in San Diego 40 Years Ago

A 1977 restaurant review by former food critic Tom Gable
November 21, 2017

Inside a Spanish 1930s House in Normal Heights

Real estate agent Amy O'Dorisio spruces up her own abode
November 15, 2017

From the Archives: What San Diego's AIDS Epidemic Looked Like in 1988

We look back at the ethical, economic, and medical crises behind the epidemic
October 19, 2017

Inside the Icon: Geisel Library

This 47-year-old centerpiece of UC San Diego's campus was designed with head-turning in mind
October 13, 2017

Lumo Brings Chic Jewelry to Coronado

Lucia Mouet opens a storefront on Orange Avenue
October 11, 2017

Inside a Contemporary Solana Beach Home with Kid-Friendly Solutions

Goodbye, outdated tract home. This industrial rebuild leaves room for a family of five to roam.
October 5, 2017

Shop Like a Tastemaker with Alexandra Hall

The Maven boutique owner shares her favorite things
October 2, 2017

San Diego's Top Doctors 2017

Our annual list of 756 physicians in 77 specialties, with a feature on Dr. Alan Shahtaji’s World Cup–worthy sports medicine practice and more.
September 22, 2017

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

San Diego Neighborhood Guide: Carlsbad

The upscale coastal city is holding its surfer reputation tight, but Carlsbad is now also showing off a buzzy food and drink scene
September 7, 2017

Moxie Theatre Launches a Lesbian Outreach Initiative

The Bechdel Brigade spotlights strong work by female artists
September 5, 2017

Fall Fashion 2017: 6 Ways to Wear Red

This season, we're seeing red—and crimson, garnet, and ruby
August 29, 2017

San Diego Fall Arts Preview 2017-2018

From a George Balanchine ballet to a Gilbert and Sullivan opera, we've rounded up all the must-see shows and events starting this fall.
August 25, 2017

From the Archives: Best of San Diego 1996

A good old-fashioned roast pegged to our past issue
August 18, 2017

Inside the Funky, Eclectic Home of Rachael Lunghi

The Lace and Likes founder's Normal Heights abode is filled with plants and vintage finds
August 14, 2017

Inside the Icon: Western Metal Supply Co.

Intervention by historical advocates spared this 108-year-old brick building from demolition to become an essential piece of Petco Park
August 4, 2017

These 3 New Shops Bring Sleek Furnishings to La Jolla

Room and Board, Progress, and Ligne Roset are here to make your design dreams come true
July 31, 2017

Picture Perfect: A Scenic View of the Bay

This candid outtake from our July cover shoot punctuates the season
July 20, 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

Salt Collection Brings a Quintessential SoCal Vibe to Encinitas

Pro surfer Rob Machado and wife Sophie debut a new coastal lifestyle boutique
June 9, 2017

Inside Puesto's Lucien Conner's Remodeled 1970s Bonita House

The fixer-upper was stuck in the disco era
June 7, 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

San Diego Neighborhood Guide: Point Loma

Historic landmarks, seafood eateries, and hip boutiques are at the heart of this coastal community
May 29, 2017

SeaMakers & Co. Brings the Eastern Seaboard to La Jolla

The nautical-centric boutique focuses on local brands and an eco-friendly ethos
April 26, 2017

Inside the Icon: Chicano Park

The newly crowned National Historic Landmark in Barrio Logan celebrates 47 years of Chicano culture and community this month
April 14, 2017

How an Encinitas-Based Olive Oil Brand Is Giving Back to Palestine

Organic, fair trade extra virgin olive oil company Harvest Peace is helping Palestinian farmers, one tree at a time
April 12, 2017

Betsy Bracken Has Turned Her Cardiff House into a Home

The Bixby & Ball owner takes a moment to stop and smell the scented candles
April 5, 2017

South Oceanside Gets a Fashion-Forward Co-Op

Suite C combines friendship with entrepreneurship
March 30, 2017

89 Things to Do With Your Kids in San Diego

Camps, classes, and activities for San Diego’s youngest—and perhaps busiest—residents
March 24, 2017

Photo of the Month: The Night Light of Downtown

An east village photographer captures downtown San Diego
March 14, 2017

The Prestigious Kyoto Prize Comes to San Diego

The award celebrates excellence in science, philsophy, and the arts this month
March 8, 2017

Spring Fashion 2017: 6 Ways to Wear Stripes

This season's fresh take on a classic that never goes out of style
March 6, 2017

22 Reasons Why San Diego Is Better Than LA

Here's how our city kicks the City of Angels' sorry (surgically enhanced) butt
February 24, 2017

Photo of the Month: An Otherwordly View of Torrey Pines State Beach

UCSD graduate student captures a stunning night view
February 10, 2017

The Dog Lover's Guide to San Diego

Here are 52 ways to experience San Diego with your four-legged friend
December 23, 2016

A Little House with Big Style in Point Loma

A San Diego couple downsizes from 5,000 square feet to 1,300—and discovers the perfect empty nest
December 23, 2016

San Diego Schools Get Creative about Physical Activity

How teachers and administrators are improving students' ability to focus by first getting the wiggles out
December 23, 2016

Photo of the Month: A Sunset View in Cardiff

Pacific Beach native captures a photo of Vulcan Avenue
December 23, 2016

Neighborhood Guide: Core-Columbia

Where to eat, drink, and play in the stretch of downtown between Little Italy and the Gaslamp
December 23, 2016

How to Decorate Your Home for the Holidays

From holiday tables to festive fireplaces—here's how to deck the halls like a pro
November 28, 2016

25 Holiday Getaway Ideas for Every Climate

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

Vintage San Diego: Julian in the Winter

The quaint mountain town has been giving many San Diego kids their first exposure to snow for nearly 150 years
November 28, 2016

Picture Perfect: Water Under the Bridge

Encinitas-based photographer captured the Coronado Bridge from Seaport Village
November 28, 2016

Neighborhood Guide: Liberty Station

The revamped Naval Training Center is San Diego's new nucleus for dining, shopping, and holiday festivities.
November 28, 2016

Vintage San Diego: How Our City Has Changed Since 1876

Before bottleneck traffic and the modern housing crisis, San Diego was a swath of undeveloped land, horse-drawn carriages, and dairy farms
October 28, 2016

Holiday Gift Guide 2016

A curated list of our favorite local finds
October 28, 2016

Vintage San Diego: Neighborhood in Training

We're throwing it back to Liberty Station before it was a bustling arts and culinary hotspot
October 28, 2016

Picture Perfect: Edge of the World

Local photographer captures Sunset Cliffs just after sunset
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

The Ultimate San Diego Wine Guide

Move over, beer, there's a new craft in town
September 23, 2016

Neighborhood Guide: North Park

The area is overflowing with a thriving beer scene, cool eateries, and seriously hip boutiques
September 23, 2016

Inside the Icon: Naval Medical Center

What began with a tent pitched in Balboa Park has evolved into a state-of-the-art facility whose history spans both World Wars
September 23, 2016
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