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10 Favorite Photo Shoots of 2018

Memorable shoots from the past year, including favorite spaces, dinner parties with chefs, and dogs.

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Cheers to the New Year

How five San Diegans are making 2019 the best year yet

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The 10 Most Interesting People I Met in 2018

A crossing guard, beekeeper, and a couple with 20 suitcases—Associate Editor Sarah Pfledderer interviewed all of these subjects and more

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10 Must-Try San Diego Desserts of 2018

Chocolate, fruit-forward, caramel-laced, and more—here are the 10 sweet treats that caught our eye this year

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San Diegans Appearing on TV in 2019

A handful of locals to compete on The Price is Right, Family Feud and The Titan Games

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Mezcal Gets Mindful

Mezcal Meditation Classes Debut at Tahona in Old Town

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Grateful Patients Give Thanks

Scripps patients who want to honor the doctor or hospital that cared for them or a loved one have many options

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5 Things We Learned from San Diego’s “Future of Women” Panel

The women behind El Jardín, Wayfarer Bread, and other local female-run food businesses talk gender inequality in restaurants, the pay gap, and why it’s more important than ever to work with farmers

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Have a Happy, Healthy Holiday Season

Scripps tips to ease holiday stress, prevent heartburn, prep for travel and more

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Tara Lipinski Goes Skating By the Sea

The Olympic gold medalist laces up her skates for a one-hour session at Hotel del Coronado’s Skating by the Sea this weekend only

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Gift of a Lifetime

A ceremony began Annabelle and Robert Villarreal’s life together, a surgery saved it

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San Diego Holiday Guide 2018

Spiked eggnog, decadent desserts, ugly sweater parties, craft workshops, toy drives and more—‘tis the season to get festive

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5 San Diego Authors to Read in 2019

New titles from local writers on homelessness, education, breaking the glass ceiling and more

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Meet the two youngest stars of Broadway SD's 'Waitress'

Five-year-olds Kensley Dibble and Sloane Viora competed against dozens of budding starlettes to play the role of Lulu

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How Planned Gifts Help People Live Their Values

Charitable gift annuities and remainder trusts can be a great way to give back and see your good work in action

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Your San Diego Small Business Saturday Shopping List

Local mom-and-pop shops to support for this holiday shopping season event

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How Scripps is Helping Stop the Bleed

The national Stop the Bleed campaign stresses the importance of tourniquets

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5 Sensory-Friendly Activities in San Diego

Where to find activities in San Diego for your child on the autism spectrum

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San Diego Thanksgiving Guide 2018

Whether you prefer a classic spread, communal meal, or something more casual, there’s a Thanksgiving celebration (and cocktail) in San Diego for you

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Scripps Doc Off the Clock

Physician Brian Kim, MD, moonlights as a champion figure skater

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