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Down and Out in Balboa Park

To investigate homelessness in San Diego, our author lived on the streets for two weeks, coming away with an arresting account of life as one of society's have-nots.

Letters, Love and Literature

San Diego librarian Clara Breed sent letters, books--and hope--to local children transported to Japanese internment camps during World War II.

San Diego by Design

Check out this customized, double-sized downtown condo.
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South Park's new bistro, Vagabond, deliciously fills a void in an increasingly impersonal city.


Kids Korps' noche in Spain; Scripps' Italian opus; and a flight of fancy.

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Tea time; double-dipping at The Melting Pot; design to dine on; and the Academy Awards, culinary-style.
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