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The San Diego Padres Turn 50

A look back on our home team's 50 years in the MLB, plus the fans and one chicken who'll always support them

San Diego's Best Restaurants 2019

Nearly 7,500 of our hungriest readers voted in our annual poll—and the results are served
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San Diego's Best Restaurants 2019

Nearly 7,500 of our hungriest readers voted in our annual poll—and the results are served

Where to Run in San Diego in June

This month's top 5Ks, 10Ks, marathons, and more

How Susan Brandt Became the Head of Dr. Seuss Enterprises

Advice from the company president on how to stand out, speak your mind, and always be you

7 Free Things To Do This Week: June 20-26

OB Street Fair and Chili Cookoff, farmers markets, student art shows, free museum entry and more admission-free events

From the Archives: San Diego Food Photography in the '70s

Feast your eyes on questionable backdrops and head-scratching cuisine from the 1970s

This San Diego Clothing Line Is Fashioned from Family Paintings

Clothing designer Sarah Armendariz opens up about launching her line, Cosima

Top Shelf: The Lotus Cocktail at Fifth & Rose

In our debut drinking column, we feature an exclusive spirit that's only poured at one bar in San Diego

7 Free Things to Do This Weekend: June 14-18

Classic car show, outdoor movies, no-cover pool parties, live music happy hour, Super Shred and more

Skova Reinvents Itself in Encinitas

Step inside the boutique bent on making the outdoors fashion-forward

Very Important Taco: Stingray Taco at TJ Oyster Bar

This South Bay mariscos institution cooks up an uncommon marine delicacy

The San Diego Padres Turn 50

A look back on our home team's 50 years in the MLB, plus the fans and one chicken who'll always support them

The Glass House on Point Loma

How a minimalist couple put the modern back into their midcentury home

Event Photos: The Best of North County Party

Photos from the event at the Park Hyatt Aviara on April 14, 2019

Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego Debuts Four Summer Exhibits

Storied artists and up-and-comers display their pieces in time for the solstice

Extraordinary Desserts Opens Bankers Hill Location

Karen Krasne's dessert institution opens in The Louie with an extra-large patio

The History Center Hails 'Legendary Drag Queens of San Diego'

The new exhibit honors the performers who've advocated for LGBTQ+ equality in our city and beyond

Event Photos: The Conrad

Photos from the event at The Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center on April 5–7, 2019

Event Photos: Scripps 47th Annual Mercy Ball

Photos from the event at the Manchester Grand Hyatt on March 9, 2019

7 Free Things to Do This Weekend: June 6-8

Barrio Art Crawl, Taste of Kaaboo, San Diego Greek Festival and more admission-free events in San Diego this week

Inside the Icon: The Lafayette Hotel

Interstate 8, Tarzan, and the San Diego Chargers all helped transform this out-of-towners destination into a North Park mainstay

Summer Food News from San Diego and Baja

Get yourself on the list for a new pop-up dinner, supper club, and wine subscription service.

San Diego Neighborhood Guide: Barrio Logan

The heart of San Diego’s Mexican American community is bustling with art galleries, new eateries, and breweries.

7 Free Things to Do This Weekend: May 30-June 3

Art Around Adams, Balboa Park Summer Kickoff Concert, Lane Field Park Market and more admission-free events in San Diego this week

San Diego Jazzercisers Get Candid on Their Workout

We chat with some loyal Jazzercisers for the sweaty truth about the 50-year-old workout

San Diego Events Calendar: June 2019

How to be busy and important this month in San Diego

Fort Oak Is All About Smoke and Wood Fire

The Mission Hills restaurant is a masterful show of the cooking style that made us human

San Diego Art Institute Gives Female Artists the Reins

The institute's new exhibit, Indoor/Outdoor, combines works from Feminist Image Group and Krogen America

Shop like a Tastemaker with the Founder of Cesarina Ristorante

Niccolò Angius sells us on simplicity and shares 14 of his favorite things

7 Free Things to Do This Weekend: May 24-26

Art & Amps, Balboa Park butterfly release, Motherhood Color Walk and more admission-free events this weekend

10 Hot Plates: San Diego's Top Food News in June

The latest restaurant rumors, openings, and coming-soons

Letter from the Editor: Take Me Out to the Ball Game

Editor in Chief Erin Meanley Glenny dishes on the June issue of San Diego Magazine

Behind the Scenes: Just Faux the Cover

A step-by-step guide to the making of the June “Best Restaurants” cover
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