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Wine lovers waken dreams at Gaslamp wonderland

September 28, 2011

Fall down this rabbit hole into a downtown fantasyland of dream-like proportions. Located on Fifth Avenue in the Gaslamp Quarter, Vin de Syrah springs...

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The battle for open information continues

May 2, 2011

For years, inquisitive minds hoping to Google search “the Tiananmen Square massacre” on Chinese soil have been met with disappointment. Because...

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Graduate school is no free pass

April 13, 2011

The pursuit of an advanced degree can be a deeply rewarding experience. Within the current economic climate, it can also provide a secure postponement...

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Eggs and bacon on a ‘mission’

March 24, 2011

The Mission is more than a restaurant: It is a concept. Simple yet inspired, the idea is to strip away the pretentiousness of La Jolla-style a.m. dining...

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Destructive gas extraction is ‘fracking’ bad idea

March 9, 2011

Murky water is flammable and igniting at the tap; toxic air is stripping people of their senses; animals are dropping dead across polluted streams...

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How to avoid appearing creepy to girls

March 9, 2011

Merriam-Webster defines a “creep” as “an unpleasant or obnoxious person.” Seriously, look it up, it’s in there. However, although true, this...

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Students receive a ‘Golden Opportunity’ to film it forward

February 20, 2011

Stars aligned last fall above Melrose Trading Post in Los Angeles when human rights professor Danusia Garrison encountered The Golden Opportunity. TGO...

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The love is gone, but today, fake it

February 13, 2011

Valentine’s Day is a wonderful time for two kinds of people: those in happy relationships and those who own greeting card companies. For everyone else,...

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Dine and drink fireside at these hot spots

January 24, 2011

It’s common knowledge: San Diego has great weather. While fellow Americans are busy zipping up their parkas and maneuvering through a flurry of frozen...

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Authentic Asian cuisine on Convoy St surprises

January 23, 2011

At first glance, Convoy Street seems entirely forgettable. Located in Kearny Mesa between Aero Drive and Clairemont Mesa Boulevard, the densely populated...

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