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March 2019

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Putting a Face to San Diego's Homeless

Three shelter residents share their stories, hopes, and fears with writer Kelly Davis

21 Ultimate Road Trip Itineraries from San Diego

These getaways will take you through California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, and Mexico
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21 Ultimate Road Trip Itineraries from San Diego

These getaways will take you through California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, and Mexico

From the Archives: When the Padres Became a Major League Team in 1969

And how Padres President Emil "Buzzie" Bavasi got us there half a century ago

Event Photos: Creating Legends Gala

Photos from the event at the Hotel del Coronado on October 13, 2018

Event Photos: San Diego Bay Wine + Food Festival

Photos from the event on November 11–18, 2018

Sweet Spot: Puesto's Chocolate Mango Cremeux

It's sweet. It's sour. It's dessert at this elevated Mexican street food restaurant.

Vote Now for San Diego's Best Restaurants 2019

From pho to fries, you can choose San Diego's best eats and drinks in 99 categories

Where to Run in San Diego in March

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

Trail of the Month: Stadium Hill Run

How to break a sweat at SDCCU Stadium

Very Important Taco: The Birria Tacos at El Jardin

How executive chef Claudette Zepeda-Wilkins roasts these mouth-watering goat-filled tacos

3 Must-See Exhibits Opening in San Diego This Month

At galleries large and small, our picks for a visual feast

Celebrating Women: Kim Perell Wants You to Succeed

The CEO, author, multimillionaire, and mom gets frank about bankruptcy, traits for success, and more

Spring Fashion 2019: 6 Monochromatic Looks Defining the Season

Stand out with solid bold colors—as shown against the Glamis sand dunes

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Heads to San Diego

The New York-based dance troupe celebrates 60 years with a tour honoring its founder

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

The latest restaurant rumors, openings, and coming-soons

Fort Oak Opens in Mission Hills

Chef Brad Wise converts a former Ford dealership into an intimate dining experience

Things To Do in San Diego This Week

International Mariachi Festival, The Redwoods Revue, Best Coast Beer Fest, Australian photography and more

Bao Down at Din Tai Fung in Westfield UTC

This world-renowned eatery excels at everything except what they’re famous for

Event Photos: Behind the Brands 2019

Photos from the event at the Music Box on February 6

Don Winslow Tells All About Tackling 'The Border'

Bestselling author and East County resident Don Winslow debuts his latest novel, The Border

San Diego Events Calendar: March 2019

How to be busy and important this month in San Diego

San Diego Neighborhood Guide: Little Italy

The epicenter of all things cool and culinary in San Diego continues to reinvent itself

Letter from the Editor: Gaining Perspective

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

Inside the Icon: San Diego Botanic Garden

How this 37-acre oasis blossomed over the last century
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