San Diego architecture: from missions to modern : a guide to the buildings, planning, people, and spaces that shape the region

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San Diego Architectural Foundation, 2002 - Architecture - 336 pages
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Pocket-sized guidebook to the eclectic architecture of San Diego County. Grouped by neighborhood/community location, with brief overviews of each area and a photo of each building.

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Dirk Sutro is a writer and jazz lover based in Encinitas, California. He's covered jazz for more than 20 years. As host of "The Lounge" on KPBS-FM public radio in San Diego from 1999 to 2004, Dirk interviewed jazz musicians including Arthur Blythe, Don Byron, Holly Hofmann, Lee Konitz, Mundell Lowe, Bennie Maupin, Steve Lacy, Joe Lovano, Charles McPherson, Sam Rivers, and Mike Wofford. He was the jazz critic for the San Diego edition of the "Los Angeles Times" from 1988 to 1992 and is the author of two books about architecture: "West Coast Wave: New California Houses" and "San Diego Architecture from Missions to Modern," He currently serves as program promotion manager for the Department of Music at the University of California, San Diego. He's a graduate of U.C. Berkeley (BA in English) and San Diego State University (MS in Mass Communications).

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