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August 2011

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Guilty Until Proven Innocent

Herman Atkins was sentenced to more than 47 years for a crime he did not commit. One man's struggle to clear his name after spending a decade in prison.

Best of San Diego 2011

103 places to see, sip, taste & love in our city
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The Main Dish for August 2011

Picnic season, lamb roasted in hay, and BBQ Q+A.

New & Notable - August 2011

Restaurant débuts, menu changes, and trend tracking

Art San Diego Soiree

Photos from the 2011 Art San Diego Soiree.

Las Patronas Jewel Ball

Photos from the 2011 Jewel Ball in La Jolla.

The Globe Gala

Photos from The Globe Gala in Balboa Park.

Race to Fashion

A fabulous evening of race track inspired fashions at Westfield UTC

Paella Party!

Celebrate warm summer nights at home with a bring-your-own-plate paella party

Local Bounty: At the Market in August

What to watch for this month

CANTER Fundraiser

Attendees of the CANTER fundraiser at Burlap

Trend Alert: Seafood Towers are Back!

The Sip: Summer Wines

Taste Test: Sea Rocket Bistro

Seconds and Thirds

Kaito Sushi

Throw caution to the wind and let the chef surprise you at this casual Encinitas sushi restaurant

Sevilla 2.0

Sharp Focus

Aperture House opens 11 unusual levels to light and views

Home on the Sea

Meals-on-Wheels Annual Gala

Attendees of the Meals-on-Wheels Beach Ball San Diego Gala
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