art1786253
Jan. 16 2013
Of course, many of us are also nostalgic because we romanticize times gone by; we're drawn, perhaps, to what we perceive as a more innocent and simpler era
retro-amy
Jan. 15 2013
There isn't anywhere to sit at Stardust Donut Shop in Imperial Beach. From inside, 69-year-old Cliff Arnold waits on customers as they walk up to the little stand's window and choose what they want from...
retro-kolodenko
Jan. 15 2013
One weekend last fall, I took the woman for whom I'd fallen to visit two of my favorite places in San Diego, Kitchen Creek and The Whaling Bar: wilderness and civilization.
retro-kelly
Jan. 15 2013
Living in Boston for three years, I learned about "spring coats"-those that are perfect for temperatures in the 50s and 60s. In other words, Boston's spring coats are San Diego's winter coats.
retro-maass
Jan. 15 2013
Traversing the doorway of Fred Longworth's Classic Audio Repair is like entering the Lost World. A Balinese mask hangs on the wall next to a display case where two dead lizards-one fully skeletal-are displayed...
retro-peter
Jan. 15 2013
Stephen Rey's house looks like something out of a Wild West movie. Fronted by a bulky wooden gate, it's 102 years old and designed like an old saloon, with sun-bleached blue paint on the exterior and hand-crafted...
retro-alex
Jan. 15 2013
"I look like this every single day. It's mostly about feeling classy and good about yourself," says Mia Alvarado-Ruffier, a 32-year-old Chicana sitting at South Park's Whistle Stop Bar for "Sleepwalking,"...
retro-jimruland
Jan. 15 2013
Imagine it's 1899 and you want to know what's going on in the world. You really only have two options: buy a newspaper or head to the barber shop.

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