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2018-2019 San Diego Arts Preview

54 plays, concerts, ballets, and exhibits you need to see this upcoming season, and more

What San Diego Women Want

53 working women share their compelling stories on navigating pay equity, the baby penalty, #MeToo, and more
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Current Issue Articles

Things to Do: September 17-23

Eight events you absolutely don't want to miss this week

Event Photos: San Diego Center for Children 131st Anniversary Celebration

Photos from the event at Humphreys by the Bay on June 9, 2018

Event Photos: Porcelanosa Showroom Grand Opening

Photos from the event at Porcelanosa San Diego on June 26, 2018

From the Archives: A Working Woman in 1950

More than 50 years ago, being a "career woman" meant jobs in art and modeling and an income for clothes and dinner parties

The Bankers Hill Restaurant Making Ultra-French Cuisine Cool Again

French food may have fallen out of favor, but don’t tell that to Parc Bistro-Brasserie

Trail of the Month: Carlsbad Aviara Trails

There's cool breezes off the lagoon in the summer months and side trails aplenty to lengthen your distance

On the Job: Meet the Crossing Guard

Moray “Mr. Mo” Black pulls out all the stops to keep kids safe and brighten their day

Very Important Taco: Bulgogi Beef at West Pac Noodle Bar

The Coronado eatery puts an Asian spin on tacos

Things to Do: September 10 - 16

Six events you absolutely don't want to miss this week

Fall Fashion 2018: 6 Looks Inspired by the '80s

We're, like, totally wigging out over these bold colors, patterns, and details inspired by the raddest decade

San Diego Events Calendar: September 2018

How to be busy and important this month in San Diego

San Diego Neighborhood Guide: University Heights

Multicultural cuisine and cafés have always been this enclave’s calling card. Now it has trendy cocktail bars, eclectic theater, and vegan-friendly eats, too.

Celebrating Women: Meet San Diego State University's First Female President

Adela de la Torre on how she rose to the top and her vision for the school’s (possible) expansion

Neil deGrasse Tyson on Ice Fishing in Space—and Coming to San Diego

The prolific scientist brings his touring show An Astrophysicist Goes to the Movies to Civic Theatre

10 Hot Plates: San Diego's Top Food News in September

The latest restaurant rumors, openings, and coming-soons

2018-2019 San Diego Arts Preview

54 plays, concerts, ballets, and exhibits you need to see this upcoming season, and more

Strike a (Yoga) Pose with Olympian Kerri Walsh Jennings

Nama-stay awhile at the One Love 7th Annual Charity Yoga Event at Waterfront Park on September 23

Little Italy Food Hall Opens with Six Vendors

The new venue touts local vendors from Sam the Cooking Guy to Ambrogio15 pizza

What San Diego Women Want

53 working women share their compelling stories on navigating pay equity, the baby penalty, #MeToo, and more

Letter from the Editor: Changing Policy While Changing Diapers

Editor in Chief Erin Meanley Glenny dishes on the September issue of San Diego Magazine

Sweet Spot: Hotel del Coronado's The Lemon

This fruit-inspired sweet will have you doing a double take

Where to Run in San Diego in September

This month's top 5Ks, 10Ks, marathons, and more

MCAS Miramar Air Show Returns September 28

Twenty aviation teams, including the US Army Golden Knights and US Navy Blue Angels, are slated for take off
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