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Portugal’s Atlantic Coast: rich history meets seaside serenity

Portugal has a long, rich history that colors everything from its language, food and architecture. It was settled by homo sapiens 35,000 years ago and retains traces of a non–Indo European language and even DNA. ...

Scooter repair, Day of the Dead face painting

San Diego Reader Classified ads, October 23, 2019 .

Call in your FREE classified ad (619) 450-4293 voice mail. Or text it to us (619) 272-2772. Or visit sandiegoreaderstore.com and fill in classified ad form. (Businesses can use this too for $5 classified ads) ...

Telling the good news of God with C.S. Lewis

Making compelling stories that stand on their own

St. Luke’s North Park Contact: 3725 30th St, San Diego 619-977-8173 www.stlukesnorthpark.org Membership: 130 Co-pastors: Laurel and Colin Mathewson Age: 36/38 Born: Eugene, Oregon/East County Formation: Stanford University; The School of Theology-University of the South, ...

San Diego Opera's Aida – my favorite singers

Michele Bradley headed for the Met

The current production of Aida at the San Diego Opera is the fourth I’ve been in with the company. It is the best principal cast I’ve experienced. It is, to my great pleasure, the singer’s ...

Meadiocrity Mead's honeycomb hideout

Beekeeping mead makers now serving in San Marcos

Slowly but surely, San Diego’s mead industry is growing. The latest example: Meadiocrity Mead, a brand that, now a little over three years since contract brewing its first mead, has finally opened its own meadery ...

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