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The New Latitude is a Treat

The November issue of Latitude 38 is out today just in time for your bridge closure-forced BART commute!

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After the kids come down from their post-trick-or-treating sugar high tomorrow night, settle in for a treat of your own: the November issue of Latitude 38, which hits the stands today. Thrill in the adventures of Damien McCullough and Deborah Ream, who, after completing the ’05 Ha-Ha, sailed their Newport Beach-based Celestial 50, Ticket to Ride, all over the Caribbean. Read first-hand accounts of the Samoan tsunami, find out who this season’s racing champs were, learn what it’s like to be naked in the middle of the City, and so much more. And if you don’t pick up your copy early, you might find that you’ve been ‘tricked’ out of getting one at all!

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