NugLife for NUG Mag

By: Medicinal Michael Boris I am Medicinal Mike, creator of the NugLife Radio Show. Month after month, I am truly moved by the passion and talent that underlies the San Diego culture. This is our medium to share those who may, otherwise, get overlooked. We are noticing you, San Diego. Welcome to the NugLife column for NUG Magazine. We feature everything cool about living the NugLife! This month has been a month of change for NugLife...

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Patient Profile: Carrie


By: Pamela Jayne Working mothers are under a tremendous amount of pressure balancing the needs of their children, a job, and other family responsibilities. We all know the extraordinary lengths they go each and every day; but can you imagine dealing with all of that and having to endure a cancer diagnosis and the brutal treatments that go along with it? In this interview, Carrie tells me what it is like to do just that. She also opens...

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Legal Eyes: Mario


By: Pamela Jayne This column started as a way to introduce the frontline fighters, the suit and tie wearing warriors, to the people who most benefit from their work, the patients. Attorneys are, of course, the primary focus of Legal Eyes, but I have come to realize that there are other professionals that this movement heavily depends on. This is what led me to Mario Ceretto, CPA. We all think of the law and lawyers when we think of...

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Squire’s Corner

Welcome to Squire’s Corner! This new column will be where the infamous and legendary San Diegan, Squire, will be reviewing demos and albums, and doing interviews for NUG. “A joke about musician Chris Squire, whose short list of past band affiliations includes Heroin, Tit Wrench, Labrador, The Mach 5 Overdrive, Tori Cobras, and Tiltwheel, is that he’s 107 years old, though he doesn’t look a day over a weathered 27....

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How’d The Show Go? Echo Movement

By: SD Liz Echo Movement, a band from New Jersey, stopped by San Diego, California recently to play with local band Ease Up at Winston’s Beach Club in Ocean Beach. The seven guys played some East Coast reggae/rock music which got the crowd dancing and later, jumping! The band had really noticeable bass guitar, and vocals that spoke of real stuff. I noticed a twang in bits of their rock, as well as some soul and funk in their reggae....

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Popped Culture: Out of the closet with Isaac Siqueiros

Article By: Robert Stinson Photos By: Jennifer Martinez Thousands of people were lined up alongside University Ave. in Hillcrest as NUG Magazine took to the streets decked out in style complete with a banner, and a contingency full of colorful personalities who helped to make our first appearance at San Diego Gay Pride off the hook! The parade grabbed national headlines, including a spot on CNN and the Fox News Network with the...

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