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March 2018

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8 San Diegans Take us Inside Their Favorite Spaces

Remarkable locals let us into their personal sanctuaries, from a painter's secret garden to a luxe, party-ready speakeasy

31 Best Places to Live in San Diego

Five local homeowners share their advice, tips, and tricks on how they sealed the deal
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Vote Now for San Diego's Best Restaurants 2018

From burritos to bottomless mimosas, you choose San Diego’s best eats and drinks in 90 categories

Trail of the Month: Otay Valley Regional Park

Explore the twisted paths of this hidden trail along the quiet Otay River

Things to Do in San Diego: March 19-25

7 events you absolutely don't want to miss this week

From the Archives: San Diego's Real Estate Market in 1977

In the 70s, homes in La Jolla went for $120,000—and other real estate shockers

Sweet Spot: Taro Root Dessert at Village North

Taro combines with caramelized sugar at this Chinese eatery on Convoy

Malashock Dance Company Turns 30 with a Bang

The modern dance troupe holds a 30th anniversary concert at Lyceum Theatre this month

Cirque du Soleil Hits the Ice in San Diego

The celebrated performance troupe brings their moves to the ice rink for the first time ever

Very Important Taco: Spicy Octopus Taco at Ta'cul

A humble strip mall restaurant serves up a flavorful pulpo

Things to Do in San Diego: March 12-18

From charitable beer pairings to tea with an acclaimed author, here are 11 events not to miss this week

San Diego Events Calendar: March 2018

How to be busy and important this month in San Diego

Spring Fashion 2018: New Ways to Wear Denim

This spring, denim means so much more than just jeans

'Literary Badass' Luis Alberto Urrea on His New Cross-Cultural Book

The San Diego-raised novelist draws from his own history for The House of Broken Angels

Cloak & Petal Blooms in Little Italy

Feast on pan-Asian small bites, craft cocktails, and sushi

Things to Do in San Diego: March 5-11

6 events you don't want to miss this week

Your Shelf Life: 5 Books to Read in March

A curated list of this month's top reads

San Diego Neighborhood Guide: Bankers Hill

Where to eat, drink, and play in the leafy neighborhood by Balboa Park

2018 Top Lawyers in San Diego

Our annual list of 1,949 local attorneys in 434 specialties

8 San Diegans Take us Inside Their Favorite Spaces

Remarkable locals let us into their personal sanctuaries, from a painter's secret garden to a luxe, party-ready speakeasy

Where to Run in San Diego in March

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

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

Restaurant rumors, openings, and coming-soons

31 Best Places to Live in San Diego

Five local homeowners share their advice, tips, and tricks on how they sealed the deal

Things to Do in San Diego: February 26-March 4

Here are 11 local events you don't want to miss this week

On the Job: What's It like Being the Starting Catcher for San Diego Padres?

Austin Hedges has been preparing for his MLB gig since his tee-ball days

San Diego's Hottest Restaurant Group Takes a Huge Risk with Born & Raised

Consortium Holdings is revolting against "gourmet fast-casual" with the Little Italy steakhouse

Letter from the Editor: Right at Home in San Diego

Senior editor Archana Ram dishes on the March issue of San Diego Magazine
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