Fall 2014

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Local News Updates And Things To Do In San Diego

Behind the Scenes: Making the January Issue

Our January issue goes inside the juice trend, divulging everything about the healthy bottled beverages

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San Diego New Year’s Eve Guide

Ring in 2015 at these parties, concerts, dining, and family-friendly events

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Behind the Scenes Video: Making the December issue

This month we take you inside the San Diego Magazine offices where our editors debate cover options

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On Raising the Next Generation of Activists

Invisible Children’s Danica Russell pens a kids’ book on activism

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November Letter from the Editor

Erin Chambers Smith on making nice with the neighbors

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Disney Gets Serious with the Live 'Hunchback of Notre Dame'

La Jolla Playhouse presents a powerful stage version of the movie musical

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November Contributors

Two photographers and a writer talk Baja, border crossing, and the art of sailing

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San Diego Beer Week 2014

Hop, skip, and tap your way through Beer Week with these specialty pairings, tap takeovers, and flights galore

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Top Docs 2014: Meet some Local Heroes

San Diego doctors and medical researchers are busy trying to save the world

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San Diego Thanksgiving Guide 2014

Where to dine out, order catering, buy pies, and turkey-trot your way through the holiday

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