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October 2010

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2010 Top Doctors: The List

From pediatricians to geriatric surgeons to oncology specialists, this year's list from the San Diego County Medical Society contains the best of the best from around the country

Feeling the Heat

As fire season returns, is San Diego County any safer than before? And have we learned from past mistakes?

The Miracle of microRNA

San Diego researchers are delving into the mysteries of microRNA and its potential cures for a host of major diseases. Breakthrough results - and a Nobel Prize - appear to be right around the corner.

Filed Away for Good

So long, paper files: Electronic health records are moving in at hospitals and doctors' offices all over town.
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The "A"- List October 2010

19 events not to miss this month

Sunset Splash

The Sundt Memorial Foundation hosted its 10th annual Sunset Splash gala at the Scripps Seaside Forum in La Jolla on October 22nd. With over 300 people in attendance, the event ended up netting $225,000 which will go towards the Foundation's main educational program Natural High DVD Series which provides captivating drug prevention films for free to every middle school in the country.

SummerFest Gala

La Jolla Music Society's SummerFest artists started off the community fund-raising gala at Scripps Institution of Oceanography's Seaside Forum.


Feasting, dancing and fund-raising brought neighbors in Little Italy together for the annual Ferragosto celebration.

Triumph Over Breast Cancer

Tri-City Medical Center hosted a cocktail party and auction that raised big funds for its breast cancer research wing.

Jewel Ball

Patrons of Las Patronas enjoyed cocktails,dinner and dancing at the annual Jewel Ball, held at La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club, in support of the group’s 2010 beneficiaries, including Friends of Balboa Park, Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA and the NTC Foundation.

Casabarka: Fur Ball

It's the party of the year for the city's high-profile pooches. Dogs in tow, patrons of the San Diego Humane Society donned their best black-tie attire at the 24th annual Fur Ball fund-raiser with cocktails, a silent auction, puppy games, prizes and dinner from Jeffrey Strauss of Pamplemousse Grille.

Party Animals

Supporters of the New Children’s Museum partied like rock stars at the Party Animal – themed gala to the tunes of Grammy-nominated Third Eye Blind, who performed at the benefit for the museum’s free education programs for local schools. Late-night revelers were treated to an after-party at the Hard Rock Hotel, complete with a dessert bar and live music from local band Get Back Loretta.

1500 Ocean Dining Review

Nestled into the beachfront backside of the Hotel del Coronado, just a seashell’s throw from where the sidewalk turns into sand, 1500 Ocean beckons with a taste of the good life.

Local Bounty - October 2010

Women Who Move the City 2010

San Diego Magazine celebrated its fifth annual Woman Who Move the City event on Wednesday, September 15, 2010 from 6-9 PM at Scripps Seaside Forum. The event, hosted by San Diego Magazine featured a special presentation by San Diego Magazine’s President, Jim Fitzpatrick, who presented the 2010 Woman of the Year award and 5 honorable mentions.

First Bites: Now Open - October 2010

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