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April 2005

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Grounding out to Greene

You can’t watch a week of sports highlight shows without seeing Khalil Greene perform a miracle or two. But the San Diego Padres’ breakout-star shortstop is a surprisingly laid-back homebody who eschews fame and fortune.

Will Veteran Care Be There?

They fight our wars. One way we attempt to repay them is with federally mandated healthcare. Some have argued for years that funding for veteran hospitals is substandard. Now, after conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq, is the government—— and San Diego——ready for a flood of injured heroes?

Preserving Paradise

Part II of III: Our series continues on San Diego's long-range challenges with infrastructure. This month, we examine the gridlock of traffic and the possible help mass transit might lend, focus on runaway housing costs and look at examples of good (Black Mountain Ranch) and bad (Mission Valley) land-planning decisions.

A Smuggler's Life

Former "coyotes" reveal a rare and fascinating glimpse inside the risky practice of carrying undocumented aliens across the Mexico Border
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’Tis the Season for San Diego Fun

Here's where to play and stay this winter in America’s Finest City

We Chat with the Crew behind Hornblower Cruises and Events Aboard the High Spirits Ship

Sponsored by Hornblower
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