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  • Local doctor pens page-turners of medical mayhem

    Local doctor pens page-turners of medical mayhem

    As a urologist and surgeon, Kelly Parsons’ job is to take the best possible care of his patients and help them overcome serious illnesses and medical conditions. But when he sits before a keyboard to write one of his medical thrillers, his mission is completely different. He’s a storyteller and...

  • Captain Richard Phillips to be keynote speaker at fundraiser in Rancho Santa Fe for SEAL Family Foundation

    Captain Richard Phillips to be keynote speaker at fundraiser in Rancho Santa Fe for SEAL Family Foundation

    Philanthropist Madeleine Pickens, Event Co-Chair Dominique Plewes and the Del Mar Country Club have announced that Captain Richard Phillips, who was dramatically rescued from the clutches of Somali Pirates by Navy SEALs in 2009 and was portrayed by Tom Hanks in the 2013 film Captain Phillips, will...

  • Jenny Craig named honorary chair of Art of Fashion Runway Show

    Jenny Craig named honorary chair of Art of Fashion Runway Show

    Designs from top international luxury brands will dazzle on the runway in Rancho Santa Fe when The Country Friends presents the Art of Fashion Runway Show and luncheon on Sept. 14 in partnership with South Coast Plaza for the 13th straight year. Considered the premier style event in Southern California,...

  • Rancho Santa Fe photographer creates illusion of painting in new photography exhibit

    Rancho Santa Fe photographer creates illusion of painting in new photography exhibit

    French Polynesian seascapes come to life in Bill Rastetter’s newest art exhibit titled: Equatorial Sea: Water and Light, A Study of Color. The unique photographs of the sea and the sky after sunset were taken on the equator, on a small atoll named Tetiaroa. Rastetter’s artwork is currently on display...

  • Childhood friends, Eagle Scouts, Marines

    Childhood friends, Eagle Scouts, Marines

    Captains Brad Abell and M.J. Harris are fulfilling their childhood dreams of serving their country as United States Marines. The two Rancho Santa Fe natives are currently serving together with the Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force – Central Command, in support of Operation Inherent Resolve....

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  • March 9: Letters to the Editor

    End of an era An ordinary day...browsing through mail I noticed a piece in the Rancho Santa Fe Review. McNally’s Antique Store was closing! Scratch the plan to take my daughter Jenn to McNally’s for her 15th anniversary present. The opportunity to override Jenn’s “Techie Mentality” -- gone! Giving...

  • High-speed Internet service project moves into design and engineering phase

    High-speed Internet service project moves into design and engineering phase

    The RSF Association Technology Committee is advancing the high-speed Internet project and will commission a firm to create plans for the architecture of a fiber network. The RSF Association Board of Directors deemed this project the most important strategic initiative for 2017, and the Tech Committee...

  • International Baccalaureate coming to San Dieguito

    One of the most exciting developments in years for the San Dieguito Union High School District is the advent of an International Baccalaureate program at La Costa Canyon High School.  Beginning in the fall of 2018, LCC will offer the two-year IB Diploma Programme, starting with 11th-graders and...

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