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1973 San Diego guide to San Diego guidebooks

A Guide to Guides: What Neil Morgan never told you.

So you want to get to know San Diego and you decide to go whole hog — you buy all three of the paperback guides available in town: San Diego Guide, San Diego On Foot, ...

1973 San Diego guide to the San Diego Reader

Who are these people?

The San Diego Reader really got started last summer (1972) when the editor, Alex Farnsley, left his job at a racing car shop in National City. It was then that Farnsley (who was also known ...

1973 San Diego guide to cheesecake

Supermarket, specialty store, home baker

Although the West Coast is not noted for its Jewish delicatessens, cheese-cake production (and con-sumption)here is alive and well. In fact, it has become less of an East Coast specialty — .now there are recipes ...

1973 San Diego guide to a year of restaurant reviews

Small bites

Small Bites From A Year’s Feast of Reviews The Blue Man “...This tiny French restaurant, located in the unlikely town of Lemon Grove, is the most exciting one I’ve discovered in the four years I've ...

1973 San Diego guide to community clinics

Mostly free

San Diego has a lot of good community clinics which have been formed because of a growing dissatisfaction with more expensive and inaccessible traditional health care systems. Each clinic is unique in an attempt to ...

1973 San Diego guide to jogging

Sweat

In San Diego one can't use the excuses for not exercising regularly that one can in other U.S. urban areas (that the weather is too bad or that there is no place for exercise). Here, ...

Reader's 1973 guide to San Diego

Movies, music, cheap eats, jogging, mental health, stars' homes, cheesecake, guidebooks, bookstores

1973 San Diego guide to San Diego guidebooks What Neil Morgan never told you. 1973 San Diego guide to the San Diego Reader Who are these people? 1973 San Diego guide to cheesecake Supermarket, specialty ...

1973 San Diego guide to bookstores

Browsing, specialty seeker, student, suburbanite

San Diego Bookstores, like food stores, range from supermart to gourmet shop. This somewhat subjective guide to a dozen or so notable San Diego book stores is compiled with hopes to satisfy every book-buyer’s taste, ...

1973 San Diego guide to where the stars live

A map from Fallbrook to Logan Heights

1 The Alessio Family — Mt. Helix — Owners of Mr. A’s and representative of the noveau-riche in San Diego. 2 Desi Arnaz — Del Mar — Lucille Ball's ex-husband and patient of Silverado Avenue ...

1973 San Diego guide to cheap eats

How to eat on a dollar a day

With food prices rising, the problem of creating good, economical meals at home seems to grow beyond the normal tattered pocketbook. Now, some possible solutions to this problem might include free-loading meals from wealthy friends ...

1973 San Diego guide to rock music

Best clubs

It's kind of like the guys in The Endless Summer. But instead of chasing the perfect wave, we’ve b e e n wandering a i m I e s s I y throughout San Diego ...

1973 San Diego guide to movies

Grim harvest

On the last weekend of September the UCSD Fall Films series kicked off and, small surprise, stubbed its toe. According to my informants, who had shown up to see, as promised, Godard's Weekend and Penn’s ...

1973 San Diego guide to mental health clinics

Surprisingly little inconvenience

The two largest dispensers of mental health services in San Diego are the UCSD Department of Psychiatry and the County's Community Mental Health Services. They operate with both the assets and liabilities of their size, ...

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