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be a challenge to shop for, espe- cially boys. Unique ornaments, tile trivets,

Temecula olive oil, and hot chili products are just some of the fun gifts on offer at this later incarnation of the former Bazaar del Mundo. For the young ladies on your list, visit All Vegan in University Heights and check out the fun prints by Bungalow 360, offering up copious style, cruelty- free (Happy Handbags $27-36, wallets $15).

Need more inspiration? Three fun shopping events are coming up where you can knock out a

bunch of your gift purchases at once. The first is North Park Mall Relief Shops’ Black Friday Sidewalk Sale on Friday, No- vember 25 from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at 30th and University. Local favorites Aloha Sunday, Rufskin, Hunt & Gather, Ms. Vintage, Pigment, and Mimi & Red will put out their best wares for your perusing pleasure. November 26 is small business Saturday, which is sure to mean specials and sales in its honor. Last but not least, Saturday December 3 is the final South Park Walkabout of the year. Go early to this popular event to find parking; the numerous indepen- dent businesses in the ‘hood will certainly be brimming with holiday cheer.u

with impeccable taste? Progress in South Park is one of those stores with something for anyone who appreciates great design. They are now offering awesome San Diego Beach Town prints by local design duo Orange & Park with a sophisticated yet playful aesthetic ($25). Everyone can use an- other tea towel. Valentine Viannay’s No Nonsense Dish Towels are hand printed with witty images and proverbs right here in San Diego (also available at Progress, $15). You can never go wrong with a massage, so pick up a gift certifi cate from The Knot Stop in Hillcrest and you’ll be guaranteed a pampered and very pleased recipient.


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fi fth year in a row, how about a Mexican surf poncho? Yes, they are back in fashion and the $20 version sold at Tienda de Reyes, located in fi esta de Reyes in Old Town, is not itchy like the ones you wore in high school, thanks to its cozy fl eece lining.


nstead of giving them an iTunes card for the

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