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Ephemeral Architecture Jul 29, 2015 Artist Philip M Soucy presents his first solo exhibition featuring new works in mixed media and oils as well as ceramic and installation pieces. 102 other events on Wednesday, July 29
 
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Tuesday, September 20,2011
Wandering Appetite

Pizza, all grown up, at North Park’s Urbn

Eggplant-parm pie is a pleasant surprise

By Marie Tran-McCaslin
Covered with bits of fresh cheese and big basil leaves, the eggplant sits on a basic red pie with tomato sauce—just like traditional eggplant parm, but think of the pizza crust as a deliciously crisp and edible plate.
Tuesday, September 6,2011
Wandering Appetite

Eateries around Balboa Park

Food to pair with beer and/or Shakespeare

By Marie Tran-McCaslin
I’ve always been a sucker for Shakespeare, and his plays can’t be enjoyed on an empty stomach. As a result of eating before or after visits, I’ve found some great bites in the Hillcrest area, from a handmade bowl of udon to tater tots that blow any school lunch out of the water.
Wednesday, August 24,2011
Wandering Appetite

When eating Vietnamese, don’t just look for ‘foe’

These City Heights spots offer more than the signature noodle soup

By Marie Tran-McCaslin
At the nondescript intersection of Menlo Avenue and El Cajon Boulevard is my happy place: two neighboring strip malls where I go on weekends to indulge in some good eating.
 
 
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