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December 2004

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Featured Articles

Seaworld: Looking Back and Ahead

The marine park celebrates 40 years on Mission Bay with much that’s new——but critics fear it’s evolving into just another amusement park.

The High Life

If you’ve got the multimillion-dollar means, you ought to know what your peers are doing. Herewith, insight into how folks who make the most make the most of San Diego.

Suite Dreams

San Diego hotels open their doors and reveal what’s available in the way of presidential-level accommodations.

Deck the Halls with Red and White

Bounties from Bacchus abound for the holidays.

San Diego by Design

When we add more style to our lives, the best way to subtract clutter is by multiplying our storage options.

The Svelte Ladies Slink

These damsels disprove the stereotype of the portly opera diva.

Home for the Holidays

Fine fashions for the holiday season.
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Adobe El Restaurante

Pleasing the palate at Adobe El Restaurante in Estancia La Jolla Hotel & Spa.

Dish

Dogging the dogs at Petco Park; the ham-cheesebagel conundrum.

Seen

Party Pages: Golden flutes, tip-top docs and literacy for lunch.
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