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Reforming Mexico's Court System via a Local Law School

How a new institute at San Diego's Cal Western School of Law is teaching lawyers to work in Mexico's new public trial system

Best of North County 2019

Our annual roundup of what's up-and-coming and full-on buzzy above the 56
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Best of North County 2019

Our annual roundup of what's up-and-coming and full-on buzzy above the 56

Trail of the Month: Iron Mountain Trail

How to break a sweat on this 5.2-mile trek

Event Photos: InnoVision Marketing

Photos from the event at InnoVision Marketing Group on February 6, 2019

Event Photos: San Diego Opera Lover’s Ball

Photos from the event at The US Grant Hotel on February 23, 2019

From the Archives: When North County Was "San Diego's Resort Country"

In March 1990, North County San Diego was teeming with resorts, French cuisine, and tennis courts

Coming Soon: The Lodge at Blue Sky in Park City

Slated to open in May, this new resort delivers luxury on the ranch

Very Important Taco: Grilled Yellowtail at Galaxy Taco

How this La Jolla restaurant cooks up the top-shelf local catch

A Family Afar: A Parent's Guide to Scrappy Vacation Planning

Four pointers to plan a vacation around your high-schooler's schedule

San Diego Book Crawl: What Indie Stores to Book To

How nine bookstores are celebrating National Independent Bookstore Day—and you can, too

Where to Eat, Drink, and Stay in Vancouver, B.C.

The hottest stops and spots to indulge in the City of Glass, plus an island to hop to

This Historic Kensington Home Has a Colorful Attitude

How a real estate-savvy couple redesigned their abode to the eclectic max

Earl Grey Citrus Tea Cake Ice Cream at Stella Jean's

The star scoop at Pop Pie Co.'s second biz combines cake and Earl Grey

3 Hotels with Unbeatable Family-Friendly Amenities

Upgrade your family vacation with horseback riding, water slides, or a bedtime butler

Shop like a Tastemaker with the Owner of Native Poppy

On the heels of expanding her beloved floral shop, Natalie Gill divulges what's in her shopping cart

3 Days in La Paz: Where to Eat, Drink, and Stay

Swim with whale sharks and sip tequila in this coastal gem on the Sea of Cortez

San Diego Neighborhood Guide: Carmel Valley

The polished suburb is now a hub for trendy desserts, slick spin studios and a highly anticipated retail project

'Cats' the Musical Pounces into San Diego Civic Theatre

The Tony Award-winning musical hits the stage April 16-21

Tahona Brings New Blood into Old Town

The mezcaleria and Oaxacan restaurant quietly invigorates a historic San Diego street

10 Hot Plates: San Diego's Top Food News in April

The latest restaurant rumors, openings, and coming-soons

Celebrating Women: How Liz Valenzuela Banker Does It

The CEO and president of Shore Solutions turned a gut decision into a life built on hard work

Where to Run in San Diego in April

This month's top 5Ks, 10Ks, marathons, and more

Leo Brings Next-Level Nail Care to North Park

Step inside Jina Javier's self-love sanctuary

San Diego Events Calendar: April 2019

How to be busy and important this month in San Diego

Cesarina opens in Point Loma

The fresh pasta concept has graduated from the farmer's market circuit to its own eatery

The Old Globe Puts Jerrie Cobb's Story Centerstage

They Promised Her the Moon debuts at The Old Globe April 6

Letter from the Editor: Big Things Happening

Editor in Chief Erin Meanley Glenny dishes on the April issue of San Diego Magazine
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