The San Diego native writes about her life in La Jolla--and Hollywood, and Paris, and Moscow--as well as
high times among the literati and glitterati. Professor, author and unrepentant rule-challenger, Duncan is never bored. Or boring.
Mexico’s drug wars have accelerated past once-unthinkable limits, leaving a trail of bodies in their wake and a growing legacy of fear—on both sides of the border. The last of our series examines the hope for change despite all the factors fighting against it.
The Executive Women's Council, a club within the University Club atop Symphony Towers in downtown San Diego, celebrated Women's History Month (March) with an evening reception honoring Maureen Sullivan