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Local News Updates And Things To Do In San Diego

How to Enjoy San Diego’s Finest Hotels and Resorts—Without the Room Charge

Don’t let tourists have all the fun—soak up all the same hotel amenities as guests for a fraction of the price

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San Diego Veterans Day Guide 2018

From drink deals to barbecues, parades, and public art, here’s eight ways to salute our veterans for the national holiday

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The Opioid Problem and the Scripps Solution

It’s no surprise some of these deadly addictions start in a hospitals or doctor’s office. Here’s what Scripps is doing to change that.

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Women’s Health and Aging

Is it perimenopause or menopause? How to tell the difference and what you can do to alleviate the symptoms

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Two Mainstays Return for More Than a Week of Beer and Bites in San Diego

Sample all the craft beer, taste all the food pairings, browse all the boutiques

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Student Health: Let's Get Physical

Sports physicals can help kids gear up for the season—and a healthy life

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All About the New Shingles Vaccine

It’s called Shingrix and it’s a good idea for anyone over 50, even if they’ve had a shingles vaccine before

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San Diego Halloween Guide 2018

Celebrate the spookiest season with these festive Halloween bites, sips, events, and more

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Trusted Care: Your Guide to Finding the Best Doctors for Your Family

What to look for in a primary care provider, how to prep for your first visit, how to decipher your insurance plan, and more

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Where To Live It Up On Day of The Dead in San Diego

See beautiful smiling calaveras, hit piñatas, watch traditional dancing, and even sample some mezcal—all for free

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3 Fashion Week San Diego Designers You Need to Know

Meet the standout designers behind Fashion Week’s runway looks

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It Takes a Strong Village

Raising kids with special needs is challenging, but with persistent parents and dedicated doctors, extraordinary things can happen

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Engineering for Cats: An Attempt to Tame the Untamable

Aerospace engineer and author Mac Delaney discusses innovative ways to address cat behavior

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Where to Scare Up Some Fun This Halloween in San Diego

The spookiest beer gardens, pub crawls, haunted mazes, and where to score $2,500 in a costume contest

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8 Ways to Recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month in San Diego

Cycling, rowing and beer fundraisers, plus free mammograms and educational events

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A Local Favorite and Something New To Do This Weekend in San Diego

For just the second year running, a food and wine festival in Guadalupe Valley promises to enchant, and the Maker Faire returns

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An Oktoberfest, a Street Fair, and a Film Festival Come to San Diego

There’s a lot to choose from to make the most of this week

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3 New Cocktail Menus to Try, Including One Very Legit Mezcal Bar

New drinks that are worth getting out of bed for—and some better enjoyed in pajamas

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Everything You Need to Know About Fall Restaurant Week in San Diego

Don’t worry, no passes or tickets are required. (Reservations are a good idea, though.)

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A Sneak Peek at ‘The Heart of Rock & Roll’

The Old Globe’s newest world-premiere musical promises a familiar soundtrack and all the good feels of an ’80s rom-com

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