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June 2004

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Swimwear 2004

Hot Days call for sexy swimwear.

Feeling the Woman of Power

They are women; hear them roar. While San Diego’s corporate glass ceiling only shows tiny cracks, San Diego women are a force to be reckoned with in government, nonprofits and small business.

Hooked

Some of the streetwalkers in San Diego aren’t even old enough for a driver’s license when they start turning tricks. How does the world’s oldest profession lure the young? Drugs are only part of the answer.

Great Grottos

San Diegans know what’s hot in cool pool design.
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Il Delfino and Le Petit Calypso

Le Petit Calypso melds sun and sea; Il Delfino delights with mussels and clams.

Dish

Thanks to Petco Park, downtown dining is in full swing.
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