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Wednesday, July 24,2013
The Hit List

Oldie and newbies

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By Alex Zaragoza
It’s always exciting when a new bar or nightclub opens. Even though our old stand-by bars fit like the worn-out pajama pants we’ve had since college, those same pajamas sometimes make us look like a slob.
Wednesday, July 17,2013
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No badge? No problem

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By Alex Zaragoza
Downtown will be popping off during Comic-Con weekend, with bars and clubs filled to the rafters with people in town for the convention. For those visiting, two things: 1) Welcome! San Diego appreciates your hard-earned money.
Wednesday, July 10,2013
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Beer me a cool evening

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By Alex Zaragoza
CityBeat headquarters is not air-conditioned. The sweltering heat leads us sweaty staffers to daydream about swimming in refreshing pools, drinking pints of frosty beer and writing our stories with our pants off in front of a fan in the privacy of our homes.
Wednesday, July 3,2013
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Baby, you’re a firework

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By Alex Zaragoza
If you’re still lying in bed, distraught over last year’s Fourth of July fireworks let down, don’t fret. The 2012 Big Bay Boom turned into a premature bigbang bust, but the city’s not going to let that happen again.
Tuesday, June 18,2013
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Happy anniversary!

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By Alex Zaragoza
Anniversaries are hard to remember. I'm definitely guilty of buying emergency Taco Bell after realizing I forgot a loved one's birthday. Taco Bell is a good gift, right? 
Wednesday, June 12,2013
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Paint a pretty party

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By Alex Zaragoza
Art and alcohol have a strange relationship. Even the crappiest velvet painting of Elvis riding a dinosaur looks amazing under the influence of the good sauce.
Tuesday, May 21,2013
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Let's get wet

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By Alex Zaragoza
Memorial Day weekend is a holiday when Americans honor the brave soldiers who died in the name of the United States and freedom.
Wednesday, May 15,2013
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A little razzle-jazzle

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By Alex Zaragoza
San Diego’s jazz scene is surprisingly poppin’. I say “surprisingly” because whenever I think of jazz, or, rather, good jazz, I imagine it happening in cool underground nightclubs full of cigarette smoke and old men drinking scotch.
Wednesday, May 8,2013
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Come on, get happy

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By Alex Zaragoza
I know that it’s all about craft or vintage cocktails nowadays. Cocktail snobs get a big ol’ boner drinking a concoction made from a recipe found in a book printed in 1845.
Wednesday, May 1,2013
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Fiesta time

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By Alex Zaragoza
Contrary to popular belief, Mexicans who live in Mexico don’t celebrate Cinco de Mayo. Growing up in Tijuana, I never saw a single Mexican flag strapped to a pickup truck roaring through stop signs and honking like crazy on May 5.
 
 
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