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HOLIDAY GUIDE


Progress South Park 2225 30th St. (619)2805501 www.progresssouthpark.com If shopping locally is a priority for you this season, visit PROGRESS. With a huge variety of unique gifts, many made by local artisans, PROG- RESS is the go-to place for holi- day delights. Their furniture is sourced from small design stu- dios who are passionate about quality modern design, at an accessible price. New additions to the PROGRESS colection include screen printed post- ers from Coronado’s Orange & Park, and whimsical tea towels from Valentine Vianny. If your taste buds are craving some local fllavor, try out the special PROGRESS Blend from Caffé Calabria , Champagne Mustard from SoNo Trading Company, and four flavors of Caramel from South Park’s Praline Patisserie. Enjoy the simple pleasures of good design at PROGRESS.


The UPS Store 3245 University Ave -- North Park


(619) 283-0004 302 Washington St -- Hillcrest (619) 291-5678 www.theupsstore.com With the closure of the post office in North Park on July 4th this past summer, The UPS Store located under the Fresh & Easy on University Avenue is the solu- tion to all your holiday packag- ing and shipping needs. We un- derstand that during the holiday season packing and shipping can be a time consuming chore, so let us make it easy on you! We’re also conveniently located on Washington Street for our friends in Hillcrest and Mission Hills. The UPS Store provides packag- ing, shipping, copying, printing, notary, and mailbox services. During the holidays, we really get in gear knowing that your time and money is limited. We’re happy to see during this holiday season and all year around!


Fiesta de Reyes Juan Street (between Wallace and Mason) Inside Old Town San Diego Historic State Park (619)297-3100 www.fiestadereyes.com Located in the heart of Old


Town San Diego State His- toric Park, Fiesta de Reyes is a vibrant and exciting dining, shopping and entertainment experience that will delight the whole family. This is the birthplace of San Diego. The original Mexican pueblo was established here in 1821 - and Fiesta de Reyes celebrates the early growth of the pueblo into a thriving city. Here you’ll find shops and


restaurants inspired by 19th century pueblo life – an ongo- ing fiesta of live entertainment and myriad opportunities for visitors and locals alike. Come taste the essence of life in San Diego during its infancy from 1821 to 1872.


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Fiesta de Reyes is located inside the northeast corner of Old Town San Diego State Park, at Juan and Wallace Streets.


, extended through December 11th. Here is a comic fable about agoraphobia, adultery, 80s nostalgia, spray cheese, road kill, hysterical pregnancy, a broken electric chair, kleptomania, strip- pers, flan and disco! To order tickets call their box office at (619)544-1000.


San Diego Repertory Theatre 79 Horton Plaza San Diego, CA 92101 (619)544-1000 www.sdrep.org


San Diego Repertory


Theatre produces intimate, exotic, provocative theatre. They promote a more inclu- sive community through vivid works that nourish progressive political and social values and celebrate the multiple voices of our region. In short, they feel the curious soul.


The Rep is downtown San


Diego’s resident professional theatre – celebrating year- round on their three stages and art galleries the diversity and creativity of our community. As the resident and manag- ing company of the Lyceum Theatre, they produce and host over 300 events and perfor- mances a year.


DON’T MISS The Great American Trailer Park Musical


The Old Globe 1363 Old Globe Way San Diego, CA 92101 (619)23-GLOBE www.theoldglobe.org The internationally-ac-


claimed, Tony Award-winning Old Globe is one of the most renowned regional theatres in the country, and has stood as San Diego’s flagship arts institution for over 75 years. The Old Globe produces


a year-round season of 15 plays and musicals on its three stages, including its highly- regarded Shakespeare festival. The Globe has become a gather- ing place for leading theatre artists from around the world, such as Tom Stoppard, Dan- iel Sullivan and Chita Rivera, among many others. Numerous Broadway-bound premieres and revivals, such as Dirty Rot-


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