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A La Costa gibbon saves a marriage by Jennifer Ball

Del Mar’s traffic-stopper in Speedos by Debra Ginsberg

No crackheads in Talmadge by Dave Good

Riding high on the hoof in Ramona by Joe Deegan

Middletown’s lunchtime crowd is all about chicken by Michael Steven Gregory

San Ysidro, America’s last gasp by Bill Manson

Displacement of South Park’s odd people by David Boyne

The Valley Center far away from Harrah’s casino by Leslie Ryland

Hyping University Heights by copygal

Lemon Grove pipe dream by Jay Allen Sanford

Accosted by natty bicyclists in City Heights by Jim Banerian

University City’s politics of traffic by Thomas Larson

Why does no one refer to Mission Beach as “M.B.”? by Geoff Bouvier

Devout heathens call Julian home by Susan Luzzaro

Carmel Valley brims with clichés by Dorothy Kronick

Scripps Ranch boasts most Girl Scouts in the county by Josh Board

Escondido’s country feeling is almost gone by Rebecca Beaver

Peace east of Eastlake by Patrick Brassell

Don’t let Linda Vista fool you by Bill Manson

North Park’s experiment in humanity by Sally Van Haitsma

New generations in Serra Mesa by Dan Whitworth

Largely white Bankers Hill by Fred Moramarco

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