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September 2010

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Public Enemy #1

A former San Diegan, now arguably the world's most dangerous threat to the United States, could and should have been captured.

Four Corners and Nowhere to Turn

Ex-offender programs and substance-abuse treatment faccilities — halfway houses — help provide the transition into society that keeps recently released prisoners from reverting to previous criminal behavior. But state budget cuts threaten their continued existence.

Local Flavors

It's San Diego's indigenous comfort food, and we asked local chefs to demystify Mexican cuisine: where to find it, what to order and how to cook it at home.

Heavy Metals

Fall back into luxury this season. Really. Ladylike shapes get the shock treatment with bold accessories, sky-high stilettos and everything metallic.
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Current Issue Articles

Searsucker Suits

Friends, family and San Diego's local stars came out to help celebrity chef Brian Malarky celebrate the grand opening of his Gaslamp restaurant, Searsucker.

$700 Million Celebration

The San Diego Foundation celebrated 35 years and $700 million of donations to the community and welcomed new board members.

The "A"-List September 2010

21 events not to miss this September

Quality Social Dining Review

When Jared Van Camp signed on to be executive chef at Quality Social in the Gaslamp, he knew the menu concept would require a little explanation. “We wanted to take the typical luxury-restaurant approach and apply it to dive-bar staples” like burgers and stiff cocktails, Van Camp says. “Because everyone loves a great dive bar.”

Local Bounty

What to Watch for at the markets this month

First Bites: Now Open - September 2010

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