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All the Queen's Men: Tomas Alfredson’s Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
Tomas Alfredson’s aching spy thriller Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, the latest adaptation of John LeCarré’s famous 1974 novel, turns the machinations of Cold War espionage into a
Three Chefs Shaking Up Gaslamp Seafood
In today’s cult of the kitchen, chefs are the new demi-gods.
Coronado Ferry Provides Scenic Ride to Downtown
Looking for an inexpensive way to enjoy the views and scenery of Coronado and downtown San Diego?
How Frank Baum Became the Wizard of Coronado
For Lyman Frank Baum, who resided in Chicago’s Humboldt Park, there may have been no place like home.
Melissa Villasenor Has Got Talent
Since discovering her talent for impressions at a young age, comedian Melissa Villasenor knew that she would be destined for a career in show business...
A Dangerous Method
With A Dangerous Method, a sly and smart examination of the tumultuous Carl Jung/Sigmund Freud relationship during the early 1900’s, Cronenberg reaches the apex of this auteur
San Diego Dog Beaches and Parks
Play on the sand with your canine companion at San Diego's local dog beaches, or let your pets run free at San Diego's best dog parks.
Home is Where the Horse Is: Steven Spielberg’s War Horse
War Horse is a film of grand scope and of even grander emotions, an old-fashioned ode to a type of “aw shucks” sentimentality that could make you nostalgic for old Hollywood o
Comedian of the Month: Mike Vinn
Born and raised on the burly streets of Chicago’s south side, Vinn grew up a resilient and street wise youth that was fascinated with stand-up at a young age.
Top 10 Video Games of 2011
The Total War series has churned out numerous quality installments, consistently tweaking successful real time strategy formulas to suit their historic settings.

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