Summer 2018

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Local News Updates And Things To Do In San Diego

Summer Fitness for the Whole Family

Get a dose of sunshine and fresh air with these easy activities

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4 Fun Things to Do at Comic-Con 2018, No Badge Required

Some of the best ways to fan out, open to the public

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Kathy Griffin Is Back: Laugh Your Head Off World Tour Comes to San Diego

Post controversy, the Emmy Award–winning comedian still has a lot to say

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7 Popular Diet Myths Debunked

What you thought you knew may be what’s keeping you from your goals

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The Best Places to Dock and Dine in San Diego (and How to Get There)

Leave the car at the marina and sail right up to San Diego’s best waterfront eateries

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5 Zero-Hassle Things to Do on the Fourth of July

Your last minute, no-ticket-necessary guide to what to do before, during, and after the fireworks

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San Diego Fourth of July Guide 2018

Celebrate Independence Day all weekend (and week!) long with fireworks, barbecues, cocktails, staycations, and more

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Men’s Health 101

Prostate cancer screenings, colonoscopies, and how to prep for your annual checkup

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6 Reasons to Hit the San Diego County Fair This Week

You have until July 4 to sample the new additions of unicorn foods and a not-so-secret speakeasy

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How Can I Have Cancer? I Feel Great

How cancer taught San Diego’s COO Kris Michell how to slow down and appreciate what’s important in life

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  1. The Best of San Diego 2019
    Our annual compilation of everything delicious, cool, and Instagrammable in San Diego (and Baja!)
  2. The Problem With Bright Red Tuna
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  3. First Look: Animae
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  6. A Deep Dive into the San Diego Fishing Industry
    A $2 billion project is poised to revive San Diego’s commercial fishing industry
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