June 2013

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How to be a Man

As FINE Magazine celebrates men in this June issue, it seemed appropriate to interview the go-to gentleman, who knows “How to be a Man” and has even written a book by the same name.

FINE magazine June 2013

Inside this issue, men are not only the feature but an inspiration for seasonal style, cooking, transportation and so much more. We looked to some of San Diego’s most successful business men to bring our audience an inside look at the personal lives they lead and how success was merely one stop on a much longer and more complex journey.

Father's Day Gift Ideas

RAMA Thai Restaurant in San Diego - Closed for Business

One of the best thai restaurants in San Diego.

Best Speakeasy Bars in San Diego

Bringing the 1920's era into San Diego - these speakeasy bars do not disappoint.

Resort Fashion San Diego

Enjoy poolside fashions by top designers in San Diego. Hair and makeup by Studio Savvy in Rancho Santa Fe.

All in the Family Jason Hughes, president of Hughes Marino

Jason Hughes, president of Hughes Marino and his son Tucker Hughes are coworkers in this intimate interior space, used for work, recreation, family and future.

Hungry Man

Long ago, a man’s appetite was satiated by foods that have all but been forgotten. Manufacturing and sanitation have improved a man’s quality of life, but it has changed his pallet considerably.

One for One

With all the success that came from TOMS’ ‘One for One’ campaign, it is incredible to see so many other companies wanting to make a difference.

Maceoo Men's Fashion

There’s no mistaking the distinct lapel, collar and buttons of Maceoo’s dress shirts - headquartered in San Diego.

Taking Charge - Dean Spanos

Wherever you may have glimpsed A.G. and John Spanos, you’ve never seen them like this. Sports politics and public opinion can be as fickle as the tide, but when it comes to homegrown community leaders, this San Diego team is steadfast about their family, their community and the San Diego Chargers.

FINE Finds

The only difference between men and boys is the price of their toys.