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Local News Updates And Things To Do In San Diego

San Diego Holiday Events & Dining Guide 2017

Getting in the holiday spirit can mean fine dining, holiday-themed bars, ugly sweater events, and more

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What You Need to Know About the San Diego Fires

When to evacuate, where to volunteer, and how to get the latest updates

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Meet Our Cover Cocktail!

Madison bar manager Danny Kuehner gives us the scoop on happy hour at the University Heights eatery

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San Diego Thanksgiving Guide 2017

Not cooking and need to make last-minute reservations? Check out our round-up of where to dine for the holiday.

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10 Films and Events Not to Miss at the San Diego Asian Film Festival

The largest platform of Asian cinema on the West Coast returns to San Diego November 9-18 for its 18th year

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San Diego Halloween Guide 2017

Dive into San Diego’s spookiest season with these Halloween-themed bites, sips, events, and more

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The New Normal: Cannabis-Infused Dinners Have Arrived in San Diego

At Closed Door Supper Club's dinner parties, marijuana is always on the menu

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Calling All UC San Diego Extension Alumni!

San Diego Magazine wants to hear from you

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