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North Park restaurant serves uniqueness

by Thalia Bernal , Staff Writer // January 18, 2017

Bacon on mac and cheese? Count me in. Today we live for weird, yet delicious combinations of food and it’s always nice to try new foods that don’t...

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The Montezuma sandwich is a popular dish at Kensington Café.

Kensington Café welcomes students

by Austin Gayle, Asst. Sports Editor // January 18, 2017

Customers flood Kensington Café’s corner location to enjoy “healthy, decadent options” ranging from its vegetarian friendly Spanish Revival to the...

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Festival goers browse the local vendors and food trucks.

Adams Avenue street fair returns to Normal Heights

by Cami Buckman, Senior Staff Writer // September 28, 2016

The sun was shining, the music was playing, the food stands were cooking and the vendors were selling. It seems the 35th annual Adams Avenue street...

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Does parking ever really not suck?

by Christine Whitman , Senior Staff Writer // December 2, 2015

San Diego State parking seems to be a widely discussed issue lately. Due to the increasing amount of students continuing to whine about parking, I think...

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Meghan McCarron

Ale house makes homemade beer

by Liliana Cervantes, Staff Writer // October 14, 2015

San Diego is obsessed with craft beer, and for a good reason. Craft breweries are some of the city’s fastest growing businesses and many produce quality,...

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