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Local News Updates And Things To Do In San Diego

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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New Food Hall Coming to East Village, and more San Diego Food News

Plus L.A. Restaurateur Setting Up Shop in Little Italy and more restaurant openings and coming-soons

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Don’t Tell Comedy, a Stand-Up Startup, Comes to San Diego

A three-day comedy series known for secret locations and performers is coming to San Diego this weekend

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Why am I Constipated?

Get things moving in the right direction with these helpful tips.

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New Animal Planet Series Takes Viewers Inside the San Diego Zoo

The show premieres on Aug. 10 at 8 p.m.

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The 7 Best Farmers Markets in San Diego

Where to get the best urchin, CBD tea, and pasta-stuffed baguettes, and have the best time possible at the DMV

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A Q&A with Pro Surfer Carissa Moore

We spoke to the three-time winner of the World Surf League’s Women’s Championship Tour at Oceanside’s Super Girl Surf Pro

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The Healing Arts

The visual landscape in and around a hospital can support a patient’s recovery

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El Jardin Closes, Buona Forchetta Opens North Park Pizzeria, and More San Diego Food News

The latest restaurant rumors, openings, and coming-soons to kick off August

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