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More Blessed to Give

We may not have old money, and Uncle Sam is growing increasingly tight-fisted. But we do have philanthropists who bankroll San Diego's charities in a big way. Why they give is a very personal matter.

Dr. Death, Murder for Hire

The sad, violent story of one good doctor and one bad one

Our Man in Atlanta

For San Diego native son Scott Anderson—the man who controls tickets to the 1996 Olympics—hard work is all in “The Games”
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