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Tiësto attacks college campuses with beats

by Tanya Huang // September 15, 2011

Insomniac Events, and Amplified Access are at it again, bringing the world’s best disc jockeys to the most unforgettable music festivals....

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Local parks offer great picnic options

by Staff // September 15, 2011

Our fair city boasts a wealth of parks to enjoy the San Diego sun. Beyond the crowded beaches and tourist havens, a number of hidden gems provide parkgoers...

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Local comedy circuit is always a riot

by John Anderson // September 15, 2011

Sadly, with Los Angeles only two hours away, many big name comedians choose to skip San Diego on their national tours. While the occasional big name...

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Enjoy an adventure at Cowles Mountain

by Samantha Hirsch // September 15, 2011

Between the classes, clubs, organizations, sports teams and Greek life offered at San Diego State, life can potentially become somewhat chaotic for...

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Plug into San Diego indie at the Soda Bar

by Courtney Rogin // September 15, 2011

Somewhere on the fringes of North Park to the east sits a small bar on El Cajon Boulevard hosting the best non-widely known music this side of Interstate...

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Disc golf an inexpensive way to relax outside

by Chris Pocock // September 15, 2011

Two of our country’s greatest pastimes — golfing and Frisbee — are entertaining, but have their downsides. Combine the two, however, and it creates...

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Drinkabout gives free rides to premier bars

by Andrew Younger // September 15, 2011

While the brown, hoofed animal repository known as the San Diego Zoo and the killer whale detention center called SeaWorld have long brought national...

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Lestat’s open mics burst with talent

by Isabella Place // September 15, 2011

Lestat’s is certainly no Starbucks, that’s for sure. The contrast is plain to see, in fact, as the two are located diagonally across the street...

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The Old Globe brings top class theater

by David Dixon // September 15, 2011

A wonderful venue for lovers of musicals and drama, The Old Globe consistently produces incredible theatrical experiences. From memorable premieres...

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