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January 2015

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Mexico Two Ways

Charter a yacht, or navigate the aisles of a busy mercado? Here are two different vacations in our favorite country to the south.

Seasonal Travel: Ski Vacations

From hybrid lifts to hillside DJs, there’s a whole new world at these easy-to-access ski resorts

Travel: Easy Weekenders

Keep the traveling to a minimum and start enjoying your destination sooner

The Real Meaning of 2015

With presidents and missile firings, opium dens and roller coasters, live orchestras and a whole lot of optimism, one event put San Diego on the map

The Art of the Game

An Oceanside family business merges golf and art

Living in a Bubble

Casa Bubble is an eco-friendly tent of sorts that lets you enjoy nature in all seasons

New Restaurant: Stella Public House and Halcyon

Behold a freestanding, 3,000-square-foot, indoor-outdoor, modern box of fresh air overlooking San Diego’s newest 60,000-square-foot park

Tijuana Street Food Boom

Here’s the skinny on the open-air food parks popping up in vacant lots all over town

Meet Don Ramen

Chefs Javier Plascencia and Adria Montaño bring the first-ever set of wheels offering ramen to Tijuana

Shop Here: Boutonné

The latest addition to the new, hipper Flower Hill Promenade

La Bohème Comes to San Diego

If “get cultured” is one of your New Year’s Resolutions, you’ve got a classic opportunity in San Diego Opera’s upcoming production of La Bohème
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