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Rancho Santa Fe hip replacement recipient serves as honorary observer at Farmers Insurance Open

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  • Students interview Pearl Harbor survivor Ray Chavez

    Students interview Pearl Harbor survivor Ray Chavez

    Students from Corona del Mar High School in Newport Beach, who are participating in the 10th Grade Living History Project, visited the local home of Richard Rovsek, founder of the Spirit of Liberty Foundation, Feb. 11. At Rovsek’s home, the students had the opportunity to interview Ray Chavez,...

  • Del Mar Hills Date & Daughter Dance

    Del Mar Hills Date & Daughter Dance

    A great time was had by all at the 9th Annual Del Mar Hills Academy Date & Daughter Dance held in the Performing Arts Center on campus Feb. 12.

  • India ‘Winter Mela’ event

    India ‘Winter Mela’ event

    Shiva Vishnu Temple (a nonprofit organization) presented the “2nd Annual Winter Mela” on Feb. 12 at Ocean Air Park in Carmel Valley. The event featured booths offering henna, ethnic wear, ethnic gifts and jewelry, as well as music, dance, obstacle course, face painting, balloon sculpture, carnival...

  • Valenti Foundation Valentine event in Rancho Santa Fe to benefit Saving Horses

    Valenti Foundation Valentine event in Rancho Santa Fe to benefit Saving Horses

    Rolls-Royce Motor Cars La Jolla is sponsoring the Valenti Foundation Valentine fundraising event “For the Love of Horses” at the Valenti Equestrian Club located at 16275 Via de la Valle in Rancho Santa Fe, on Sunday, Feb. 12, from 11 a.m. to 3:0 p.m. to benefit Saving Horses, a nonprofit organization...

  • Author tells of jihad, conquest and priceless manuscripts at Rancho Santa Fe Literary Society gathering

    Author tells of jihad, conquest and priceless manuscripts at Rancho Santa Fe Literary Society gathering

    In 2012, under the radar of many Western countries, armed jihadis - some affiliated with Al Qaeda - took over a large swath of Mali, which borders Algeria and Mauritania in northern Africa. Along with its toll on the country’s residents, the terrorist occupation of Mali also put at risk a valuable...

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  • 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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