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  • Arts | Coolture
    The Mexico Tourism Board made a cloud that rains tequila

    The art exhibit was featured at the art gallery Urban Spree in Berlin, Germany

    The Daily MealMarch 28, 2017
  • Magazine
    Weekend getaway: Baja’s wine country, Valle de Guadalupe

    Baja’s booming wine region is what Napa would be if it let down its hair and got a little tipsy.

    Michele ParenteJanuary 4, 2017
  • Feature Stories
    Separated at Perth

    Visiting San Diego’s 15 sister cities in Australia and beyond

    Joe YogerstDecember 23, 2015
  • Feature Stories
    Abound The World

    Until this longtime food writer for PacificSD is assigned to eat with the locals in unlikely places like the Himalayas, Poland...

    Catlin DorsetApril 28, 2014
  • Recipes
    Dude, Where’s My Carne?

    Drawing inspiration from our neighbor to the south, this recipe for carne asada is perfect for kicking off this year’s grilling...

    Catlin DorsetApril 28, 2014
  • Bars | Clubs
    Pouring Reign

    San Diego mixologist-about-town Jen Queen is a full-time bartender at Little Italy’s new Juniper & Ivy and a part-timer at Puesto...

    Catlin DorsetApril 28, 2014
  • Feature Stories
    Vino Banditos

    Whether for a night on Calle Sexta in TJ, tequila shots at Papas & Beer in Rosarito or wet T-shirt contests...

    Catlin DorsetApril 30, 2013
  • Arts | Coolture
    A Stone’s Throw

    Every drug cartel needs an accountant. For the Mexican cartel in Oliver Stone’s new movie, Savages, that role is filled by...

    Catlin DorsetJuly 5, 2012
  • Feature Stories
    Creature Comforts

    Wild parrots, leopard sharks and mountain lions—beyond the confines of Sea World and one of the world’s most celebrated zoos, these are...

    Alyson BakerApril 30, 2012

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