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Undercover High

Cops planted in San Diego high schools infiltrate the drug subculture. Do school authorities just ignore these teenage offenders?

Seeing Their Way

The little red building they called the Blind Recreation Center gave new life to the visually impaired. But its own days were numbered. Now it’s like an old-fashioned barn-raising, with neighbors coming in to build a new Blind Community Center.

Quest for the Lost Cities

A San Diego author/photographer retraces the century-old footsteps of the original Maya explorers—and returns with his own precious find in words and pictures.
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