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Restaurant Review: Double Standard

Restaurant Review: Double Standard

The setting is de rigueur dazzling, with roll-up, glass-paneled, steel doors that open the place to the street. Inside are a high ceiling with exposed rafters, brick walls, subway tiles and an eclectic mix of furnishings and lighting. It feels action packed even where there are only a few folks in the place.
Art for the Ages

Art for the Ages

Melissa Inez Walker opened ArtHatch in 2004 to support and sell the work of emerging international artists and provide studio space for local artists. The 7,000-square-foot Escondido facility houses a gallery and 14 artists’ studios.
Keeping the Spirit Alive

Keeping the Spirit Alive

A Hillcrest home and its gardens share historical connections to Balboa Park, which is celebrating its centennial this year.
The Line Drive

The Line Drive

Daily tee times might be a nice transition into retirement for someone used to running an office, but may be too leisurely for someone used to running bases. So when Mark Loretta retired from his professional baseball career, he and his wife, Hilary, embarked upon creating their custom home.
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