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  • Red Fox Steakhouse

    If this piano bar connected to the Lafayette Hotel was a dive ... It was shipped to California and reassembled for the Marion Davies “Ocean House” mansion Hearst was building on the beach ...

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    Ian Hirschsohn, 78, and Kathy Harvey, 73, of San Diego, (pictured together) vanished while vacationing near El Socorrito, about 200 miles south of the Mexican border. Harvey texted her son saying ...

  • NBA will allow team staff to bring guests to Disney bubble

    Team staffs would be limited to a total of 10 guests, all of whom would have to begin a self-quarantining period at home immediately, then travel to ... the other top San Diego sports stories ...

  • Hurricane Laura: How to apply for FEMA assistance in Louisiana, what you need to know

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  • Collaboration Grants for Mathematicians

    per the institution’s travel policies — Parking, hotel, taxi, registration and other related travel and conference costs are allowable. International travel is permitted and there are no restrictions ...

  • Will Hurricane Laura evacuations trigger a coronavirus surge?

    As in California at the onset of recent wildfires ... evacuated even farther away with his two pit bulls — to a hotel in San Antonio. He didn’t wear a mask and called the pandemic “overrated.” ...

  • Hotels in U.S.

    Rooms with spacious balconies overlook the ocean at this iconic South Padre hotel. Grab a cocktail at the pool’s swim-up bar, surrounded by royal... Read More ...

  • Stories for February 2012

    So sayeth Wayne. Who’s Wayne? That would be Wayne Branstetter, the winningest coach in the history of California prep ... The San Diego Young Republicans hosted a mayoral debate at Randy Jones ...

  • Coronavirus news from the Bay Area: March 18

    The state will spend $50 million to buy 1,309 travel trailers from FEMA and private vendors and to lease hotel and ... effect yesterday in San Francisco and other Northern California counties ...

  • The Peasant & the Pear

    Chef-owner Rod Worth’s Mediterranean-flavored Danville bistro started life as a San Ramon sandwich shop ... offering bright-tasting versions of California cuisine classics.

  • Thee Parkside

    The bar is known for drawing a who's-who in the San Francisco independent music scene (label owners, poster makers, photographers, and the like), thanks to the owner's friendly associations ...

  • Portals of the Past

    Every corner in San Francisco has an astonishing story to tell. Gary Kamiya's "Portals of the Past" tells those lost stories, using a specific location to illuminate San Francisco's extraordinary ...

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