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France's Haute-Savoie: not the Riviera

Ditching the Mediterranean for a different beauty in the French Alps.

On a steep narrow country road 3,700 feet above sea level, my travel partner accelerated the engine, heading toward the sound of alpine bells. As herdsmen rallied the cows to graze on the undulating pastures ...

The Reader's funniest stories

San Diego to move to L.A., Mayor O'Connor homeless in Balboa Park, how to avoid hugs, Horton Plaza fashion, Dr. Seuss's Trap a Jap

The Smell of the Crowd Who goes to theater and classical music concerts, broken into types. "Her pierced earlobes hold up elaborate, finely wrought mobile sculptures with the most cunning miniature Japanese temple bells in ...

Civico 1845 arrives in Little Italy

Ravioli, lasagna, penne alla vodka, pesto, pizza, eggplant — all vegan

Is Little Italy on the move or what? Latest opening is at the Piazza Basilone (named for San Diego’s Italian-American war hero). It’s in the spot that was Zia’s, on the corner of India and ...

Luckily, he was thrown from the motorcycle

Biker goes down, cage driver runs over cycle

A car driver pulled out of a gas station and collided with a motorcyclist in the 2200 block of Palm Avenue on Friday, June 26th. The accident took place at around 5:00 p.m., a time ...

Dock totals from the last two days

40 anglers aboard 2 boats out of Chubasco 2 Sportfishing caught 74 yellowtail, 12 yellowfin tuna 13 calico bass, 6 bluefin tuna. 120 calico bass were also caught and released. Fisherman's Landing hosted 146 anglers ...

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