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November 2014

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Current Issue Articles

Fashion: Bucket Bags

This classic carryall gets a modern update for fall

Parental Indiscretion

It’s time to take the kids to Baja again

Your Shelf Life

5 books to read in November

Vintage San Diego: San Diego Takes Flight

The first successful midair refueling, June 27, 1923

On the Vineyard

18 holes with Tina Mickelson

Decor: Opposites Attract

Sometimes great style is black and white

Accessories: Handmade Jewelry

We love these delicate stackable bangles by Hillcrest resident Julia Parker

10 Hot Plates

November restaurant rumors, openings, & coming-soons

Trend: Friendsgiving

A “Friendsgiving” might be just the ticket to get your turkey fix this month

Sweet Spot: Apple Pie

We love this traditional apple pie made with real whole fruit, no fillings, and a buttery crumb topping

Eat This: Fish and Clam Ceviche

South African-born chef Ryan Steyn brings his signature dishes to Valle de Guadalupe

Artists Making a Splash

Don't miss this four-day art bingefest taking place at Balboa Park’s Activity Center
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