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Local News Updates And Things To Do In San Diego

Where to Have Thanksgiving Dinner in San Diego

They’ll do the dishes, too.

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Five Questions With Local Bodyboarder Diego Land

Land and his son Micah will compete at this weekend’s Bodyboarding US Festival in Ocean Beach, the first major sponging contest California has seen in years.

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A Q&A with Armand King, on His Book 'Raised In Pimp City'

The founder of nonprofit Paving Great Futures discusses his former life as a pimp and how to end sex trafficking

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Rare Society Opens in Hillcrest, Double Standard Closes in Gaslamp

Plus Chad White returns to San Diego for a special dinner series and more San Diego restaurant news

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10 Films and Events to See at the San Diego Asian Film Festival

The festival’s 20th year includes a handful of firsts including a spotlight on Tibet and the first festival-produced film

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Brian Malarkey's Newest Restaurant, Herb & Sea, Debuts Next Week

Plus more food news and events to kick off November

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Where to Celebrate Día de los Muertos 2019 in San Diego

Where to see lowriders, eat pan de muertos, dress dead sexy for a best catrina and catrin contest, and more.

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A Fall Guide to Julian

What to Eat, Drink, and Do in the Historic Mountain Town

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22 Ways to Celebrate Halloween in San Diego This Year

Plan a night (at least) of trick-or-treating, sipping, dancing, and eating this spooky season.

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Rob Ruiz Closes Land & Water Co., and a Valle Grand Opening

Plus more food news in San Diego for October

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Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest in San Diego

Picture-perfect prosts and picture-perfect posts.

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The Best Local Bookstores in San Diego

From new to used, vintage to modern, memoir to science fiction, you’re sure to find the page-turner you’re searching for

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Il Dandy Launches $35 Prix Fixe Dinner, Morena Gets a Chic Cafe

Plus more restaurant openings and food events you don’t want to miss

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Pop-Up Magazine Brings Its Live Storytelling to San Diego for the First Time

The sister to California Sunday Magazine curates a program of live performances of narrative, brought to life with music, illustrations, and audio clips

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The Best Tennis Courts and Clubs in San Diego

With or without a membership, whatever kind of court you’re looking for—hard, clay, lighted—you’re bound to find the perfect match.

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Hot Plates: Searsucker To Close Del Mar Location, and More Food News

Plus Water Grill launches sushi menu, Jimbo's grand opening in Del Mar, and more restaurant openings and coming-soons

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Hot Plates: Hundred Proof Closes, Guadalupe Wine, Food & Music Fest Returns and More San Diego Food News

Plus Better Buzz opens in La Jolla, and more restaurant openings and coming-soons

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Sharing Good Fortune

How a couple’s experiences shaped their philanthropy

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A Complete Guide to San Diego’s Best Dog Parks

Let your pooch run, fetch, and sniff to her heart’s content at these hot-diggity dog spots. Off-leash, dog beaches, pup-friendly hiking—it’s all here.

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A Family in Good Hands

Generations of Mickelsons, including pro golfer Phil, have a special connection to Scripps.

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