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August 2007

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Uniform Excellence

San Diego’s USO offers care and comfort to our military and their families.

Forgiving Tom Wolfe

Four decades after publication of The Pump House Gang, Tom Wolfe’s work is still a point of contention for members of the local surf culture whose lives it chronicled.
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So Much Wine, So Little Time

The impossible wine question is answered.

Thoroughly Modern George's

At longtime La Jolla favorite George’s at the Cove——reinvented as George’s California Modern——the décor lives up to the cuisine.

What's Out Is In

Have a meal at one of our many outdoor dining spots, and the alfresco fun can include food, too.

Shooting for Top Chef

Brian Malarkey cooks up a winning career.

Party Pages

The zoo puts on the RITZ; celebrity chefs cook up a French feast for UCSD Moores Cancer Center; and local arts volunteers take a starring role at the Star Awards.

Ivy

The Ivy wants to be San Diego’s hottest party destination——times three.

X Marks the Spot

Addison’s bar menu for track bettors; pepperoni hits the spot at Pierre’s Place.
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