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April 2012

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28 Best Trails to Hike, Bike, Run & Stroll in San Diego

A guide to San Diego's best places to hike, run, and get outside

A Lion in Winter

A steep decline in service club participation signals the end of an era. Will the next generation be able to organize?
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Current Issue Articles

Making It Their Own

From dark and drab to bright and fab

San Diego's Best Events in April

Exciting things come to the city this month!

Prep School

Troy Johnson reviews Prepkitchen

The Main Dish for April

Troy Johnson's food news this month

Best Lawyers Party 2012

This year's event was held on March 27 at the University Club atop Symphony Towers

Best Restaurants Kickoff Party

March 2012 at the bulthaup showroom

Spring into Fashion — Show Biz Style

Fashion show benefiting the Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Family Foundation

10 Hot Plates

New restaurant rumors, more tasty bites

At the Market

What to watch for this month

Union Bank and KPBS Local Heroes Awards

Balboa Theatre; The Westin Gaslamp Quarter February 8, 2012

Dinner on the Diamond

Petco Park February 10, 2012

Lux After Hours

Lux Art Institute February 2, 2012

Nordstrom Designer Preview

The Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier February 23, 2012

Eat This

Eggs Three Ways: If chocolate-filled isn’t your thing, here are three savory ways to celebrate the egg this Easter.

Drink This

Boozy Snow Cones

Banh Me Up

Time to give it up for the taco
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