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There’s much more to Tijuana than cheap tacos and cervezas. Restaurateur Michael Babcock say’s it’s a bona fide foodie destination. “The food scene is really vibrant. It has a mix of deeply rooted traditional northern Mexican food meets [the] San Diego progressive restaurant scene,” he says. After serving as culinary director for Welcome Diner for seven years, Babcock started Instrumental Hospitality Group two years ago and launched Belly, a Japanese- and Southwest Asian- inflected restaurant...

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Robyn Patterson (née Moore) had planned a May 2020 wedding in Malibu followed by a honeymoon in France, Switzerland and Greece. Instead, she got a pandemic. Patterson, owner of Mack Media Relations, pivoted to a micro-wedding in Sedona with immediate family. “The original plan was to do a three-week honeymoon in Europe,” Patterson says. “We kind of rescheduled and planned for multiple honeymoons.” The first: Cancún in September 2020. Patterson had never been to the...

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