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Published on Nov 19, 2014
San Diego's Artistic Northeast
In 1890, newspaperman E. W. Scripps, who, in 1890 looked at an uninhabited 2,000 acres of desert land and saw the perfect location to build a ranch. Today, his namesake of Scripps Ranch has grown into a sophisticated, family-friendly community with parks and hiking trails. Its upscale neighbor Rancho Bernado, with rolling hills and canyons, is home to a respected wine industry. Both neighborhoods call to visitors with arts events, hiking and dining.