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How local Black-owned businesses have made it through the pandemic

by Patrick Doyle, Staff Writer // February 10, 2021

All small businesses face challenges, but Black-owned businesses often face a unique set of roadblocks as they try and establish their place in a community....

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San Diego adventures bond freshmen new to city

San Diego adventures bond freshmen new to city

by Alek Sanchez, Staff Writer // April 6, 2016

Moving out of the house for the first time is one of the first life-changing moments college brings. Some Aztecs travel far to come to school in San Diego....

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Beach spot has outstanding brunch menu

Beach spot has outstanding brunch menu

by Kalah Siegel, Staff Writer // October 14, 2015

The saying, “On Sundays we brunch,” is popping up all over T-shirts and Pinterest boards. It’s also become a valued reality for San Diegans in...

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Shopping in San Diego

Shopping in San Diego

by Lainie Fraser, Staff Writer // February 26, 2015

San Diego offers a multitude of unique neighborhoods, all complete with their own distinct style. The Daily Aztec took to the streets of America's Finest...

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Apogee cures customer's piercing woes

Apogee cures customer’s piercing woes

February 12, 2015

It was a hot day in the summer of 2013 when a close friend stabbed a 16-gauged hollow needle into the thin layer of skin inside my nose called a septum....

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Unrivaled burgers sizzle in the heart of Ocean Beach

by Michael Misselwitz // February 6, 2011

Burgers are in a rare league of cuisine that does not need to be elegant to be world-class.  Typical world-class dining might be eaten with four different...

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