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Local News Updates And Things To Do In San Diego

Where to Brunch and Egg Hunt This Easter

Egg hunting—and brunching—await at these Easter celebrations.

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Following In Her Father's Footsteps

Hiking and medicine go hand-in-hand for Scripps’ father-daughter doctor duo

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Injury-proof Your Workout

Six tips to help you remain pain-free, head to toes

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San Diego St. Patrick’s Day Guide 2019

Where to eat, drink, and party like the Irish

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Five Questions with Cirque du Soleil Performer Jeffrey Whaley

The legendary Cirque du Soleil comes to the Del Mar Fairgrounds this spring with its first production fusing extreme sports and traditional circus performance.

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A Champion Jockey’s Race to Recovery

A debilitating spinal injury threatened Victor Espinoza’s career, but with the help of Scripps, he hopes to get back in the saddle

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Four Questions With Aaron David Roberts

The director and producer schooled us on his pilot “Chartered” and the state of film production in San Diego.

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Best San Diego Beer and Wine Fests Happening This Spring

Cheers to crafts beers and top-tier wine

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How One Chef is Sharing San Diego’s Fishing Culture with a Few of America’s Top Chefs

Ironside Fish & Oyster Executive Chef Jason McLeod kicks off a new iteration of his famed Chef’s Catch Dinner Series

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2019 Padres Spring Training Guide

What to do, where to stay, and how to keep the kids busy in Peoria and Phoenix

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Experience Estancia’s newly revamped restaurant as an Insider

Toast the new Mustangs & Burros with craft cocktails and charcuterie

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Pets Help Put Patients on the Mend

More than 60 pet therapy teams visit patients throughout the Scripps Health system

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A Queen-Inspired Show Debuts in San Diego

San Diego native and America’s Got Talent finalist Brian Justin Crum stars in Somebody to Love at Music Box on February 14

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San Diego Valentine’s Day Guide 2019

Here are nearly 50 ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day, options for singles included

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Nutrition: Plant Power

Five popular plant-based diets explained

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Women's Health: Ages and Stages

Stay healthy for life with this helpful chart from Scripps

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San Diego Guide to Super Bowl LIII

Wherever your loyalties lie—Rams or Pats—these five places don’t mind; dig in on all the game-day eats, plus deets on viewing parties

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Scripps Doc Off the Clock

Carlos Quiros, MD, has rebuilt a 1965 Mustang from the ground up

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New Looks for a New Year

Get your wardrobe 2019-ready with these stylists’ tips and tricks

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What’s Open and Closed in San Diego During the Government Shutdown

What to expect when you’re expecting the government shutdown to continue

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