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November 2005

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Destiny, Dynasty & the Copleys (Part I of II)

The San Diego Union-Tribune is a far cry from the small-town newspaper Colonel Ira Copley adopted some 80 years ago. It may not have lived up to Copley’s pledge to always provide readers with “The Ring of Truth.” But the tale of the newspaper’s own history under the Copley family is as compelling as just about any story published in the newspaper during those eight decades.

Interview with a Novelist

Renowned writer Anne Rice shares her thoughts on Hurricane Katrina, living in San Diego and the recent rediscovery of her own spirituality

San Diego by Design

Ancient Chinese traditions energize a new custom home in Santaluz
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Confidential

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Hot Stuff

What’s hot. What’s not. Who’s in. Who’s out.

Seen

Jazz in La Jolla, a shore thing and happenings 'round the Globe.
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