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March 2015

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Best Neighborhoods in San Diego

Our annual neighborhood guide explores where to settle if you're a foodie, outdoors-lover, just starting out, or urban-obsessed

Spring Fashion 2015: Luxe Layover

Pack your bags! Spring’s 1970s styles are leaving on a very chic jet plane.
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Best Neighborhoods in San Diego

Our annual neighborhood guide explores where to settle if you're a foodie, outdoors-lover, just starting out, or urban-obsessed

Spring Fashion 2015: Luxe Layover

Pack your bags! Spring’s 1970s styles are leaving on a very chic jet plane.

2015 Top Lawyers in San Diego

Our annual list of local lawyers who have reached the highest levels of ethical standards and professional excellence

Restaurant Review: Bottega Americano

Bottega Americano is the new breed of highly ambitious American restaurant

Inside the Icon: San Diego Padres

Peek inside the organization as the Padres head to Peoria for spring training

Home: Just the Right Recipe

At home with chef Brian Malarkey and his family

Trail of the Month: Highway 56 Bike Path

Great for running and biking

Spotlight on Women

Martha Gilmer, Chief Executive Officer, San Diego Symphony

Savor Sip See Tijuana

Things to Do: March 16-22

Opera on the Concourse, Date Night for a Cause featuring Atomic Groove, La Jolla Playhouse Gala 2015

Things to Do: March 9-15

San Diego Latino Film Festival, Jenny McCarthy, St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival, Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band

Your Shelf Life

5 books to read in March

Things to Do: March 2-8

The Midtown Men at Copley Symphony Hall, Seaport Village’s Spring Busker Festival, World of Wine Weekend in Temecula

Yoga in the Garden

Lux Art Institute’s backyard is the new studio

The Race Registry

Where to run in San Diego in March

Workout: Indoor Climbing and Yoga

This is not the indoor climbing that was trendy around the advent of Y2K

Sweet Spot: Chocolate Stout Whoopie Pie

Not much could distract us from the jaw-dropping bay views at Tidal, until dessert comes

Tastemaker: Jessica Agatucci

The owner of Tucci boutiques talks shop

The Bishop’s School Vineyard Knights Wine Reception

La Jolla Private Residence, January 24, 2015

3rd Annual Rachel’s Brunch

La Jolla Private Estate, October 5, 2014

Style Inspiration: Star Power

Think of these celestial shapes as an alternative to polka dots

Business: Brian Fahmie of Game Complex

Entrepreneur Brian Fahmie has patented a $78 million Game Complex, what he calls “the future of entertainment”

Job of the Month: Director of College Admissions

Chris White, Director of College Admissions, High Tech High, since 2002

Picture Perfect: Sunset Stunner

Bella La Jolla

Eat This: The Kraken

Tacos Kokopelli has brought innovative tacos and unforgettable salsas to the streets of Tijuana

Tijuana Zonkeys Play Hoops

The border city’s stake in the most important basketball league in northwest Mexico

Borderland Beisbol

Soccer, schmoccer. Mexico loves America’s favorite pastime

Parental Indiscretion

The Kids Are All Right

Hot Tickets

Must-sees on stage, on screen, and in the gallery in March

Vintage San Diego: Mobile Homes

The corner of India and Laurel streets in 1942-1945

First Look: Inland Tavern

With Brothers Provisions, Bellamy’s, and now Inland Tavern in the area, culinary options in inland North County are looking up

Now Open: Bonobos Guideshop

A Men’s Shop for the Facebook Gen

Steele Canyon Golf Club

18 holes with Tina Mickelson

I Tried It: The New Jazzercise

When I hear the word “Jazzercise,” neon leotards, leg warmers, headbands, and old ladies come to mind

New Shopping: Mod About You

The new Mod About You is tucked away on a quaint, tree-lined street in Mission Hills

Very Important Taco: Azul Taco

Haggo’s Tacos' new space is sleeker, but the tacos are still rustic, street-style, and made with everything organic and local

Trend: Having a Meatball

San Diego finally seems to be catching on to the meatball trend

10 Hot Plates

San Diego restaurant rumors, openings, & coming-soons in March

Artist With a Wild Imagination

For local artist Laura Ball, inspiration starts at the San Diego Zoo.

New Exhibit: Our Silences

Our Silences on display at Ruocco Park
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