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October 2006

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Screen Dreams

San Diego has a fresh batch of young filmmakers with small budgets, big hopes and stories they're burning to tell.

CSI: San Diego...Kinda

Forensic evidence technicians don't solve murders in an hour (unlike their TV counterparts). Follow one technician through a typical case--and remember to cover your nose.

Meet the Desert

Not just an empty expanse, history-imbued Anza-Borrego is home to a state park, a research institute, campsites--even a four-diamond resort.
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Cavaillon showcases the heights of typical French fare.

San Diego Style

Bigger is better! This season, bags take on a life of their own, from slouchy duffle bags to structured totes in metallic, plaid and exotic textures with splashes of red and green.


The Jewel Ball's sweet 60th; a haute lunch for the Old Globe; and another kind of jewel ball.

Hot Stuff

Chocolate 101; pizza, Paris Hilton style; and a very Happy Hour at Oceanaire.
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The Vape Debate

Two Scripps doctors weigh in on this dangerous trend

Kaiser Permanente San Diego Makes Life Easier

Kaiser Permanente brings high quality, affordable care to San Diegans when and where they need it
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    Many Americans still think bright red tuna means it’s fresher (it’s not)
  2. First Look: Animae
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    A $2 billion project is poised to revive San Diego’s commercial fishing industry
  6. First Look: Black Rail Kitchen
    Another indie restaurateur opts for suburbia over the sexy downtown streets
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