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Along with their signature donuts, Nomad Donuts in North Park also serves a variety of macarons.

Nomad Donuts grand opening frosts new flavors in North Park

by Sydney Faulkner, Contributor // October 17, 2017

North Park's Nomad Donuts hosted a grand opening event for its second shop of gourmet donuts on Friday, Oct.13. The event offered complimentary donuts...

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Bleachers frontman Jack Antonoff brings the energy at their North Park show on Sept. 27.

Bleachers uses past to connect with future

by Julianna Ress, Senior Staff Writer // October 2, 2017

Bleachers opened its show at the Observatory North Park on Wednesday, Sept. 27 with the first song on its most recent record “Gone Now,” called “Dream...

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Against Me! frontwoman Laura Jane Grace sings to the rowdy North Park crowd.

Punk band Against Me! brings politics, electricity and inclusivity to North Park

by Julianna Ress, Senior Staff Writer // September 21, 2017

The Observatory North Park was home to an inclusive night of rock and roll when Florida punk band Against Me! took the stage on Saturday, Sept. 16. This...

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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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FIDLAR, photo courtesy of Alice Baxley

Surf punks come to the Observatory

by Julianna Ress, Senior Staff Writer // October 27, 2016

It’ll be a perfect night for punk-heads to rejoice Friday, Oct. 28, when FIDLAR, SWMRS and The Frights perform at The Observatory North Park. FIDLAR’s...

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Tasty Tuesday: Grinds and Vines serves coffee by day and wine by night

Tasty Tuesday: Grinds and Vines serves coffee by day and wine by night

by Sarah Anderson, Staff Writer // October 18, 2016

Any San Diego native knows that North Park is the central hub of coffee shops. The area is filled with Instagram-ready hangouts that served hyped-up drinks...

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Tasty Tuesdays: Lucha Libre serves Mexican food the luchador way

Tasty Tuesdays: Lucha Libre serves Mexican food the luchador way

by Damir Cato, Contributor // April 26, 2016

Wrestling and Mexican cuisine come together at North Park’s Lucha Libre— a restaurant where the luchador reign supreme and the salsa is plentiful. Inside...

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Tasty Tuesday: Soda and Swine serves delectable meatball dishes

Tasty Tuesday: Soda and Swine serves delectable meatball dishes

by Christine Whitman , Senior Staff Writer // March 15, 2016

Soda & Swine is a bright, roofless garden by day and an intimate, candle-lit patio nursery by night. No matter what time of day, this North Park eatery...

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San Diego Music Thing comes to SDSU

San Diego Music Thing comes to SDSU

by Lilly Glenister, Senior Staff Writer // November 16, 2015

The eighth annual San Diego Music Thing, a music and media conference, was held from Nov. 12-14. Produced by local non-profit group the San Diego Music...

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North Park puts on punk weekend

North Park puts on punk weekend

by Lilly Glenister, Senior Staff Writer // October 28, 2015

The Observatory North Park was recently jam-packed with powerful punk performances. From local band The Frights on Saturday, Oct. 17, to Black Lips on...

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Lianne La Havas captivates San Diego audience

Lianne La Havas captivates San Diego audience

by Christine Whitman, Senior Staff Writer // October 26, 2015

Soulful crescendos, edgy folk-tunes and power ballads — 26-year-old Lianne La Havas offered all of that and more. The British singer-songwriter made...

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Underbelly satisfies every belly

by Nicole Sazegar, Staff Writer // October 14, 2015

San Diego State students can never go wrong with one of the multiple burrito and taco shops on College Avenue, but Japanese restaurant Underbelly in North...

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