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An Evening at The Bridges with George Harrison’s sister Louise

Louise Harrison talks with Gordon Cooke

Harrison, sister to George Harrison of The Beatles band, discussed her book, “My Kid Brother’s Band a.k.a. The Beatles.”

Miracle Babies Masquerade Ball

Geoff and Tahnee Hopf, Jackie and Peter Rich, Tanya and Reid Middleton

The fifth annual Miracle Babies Masquerade Ball fundraiser was held at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla

Rancho Santa Fe Democratic Club hosts event for Congressman Scott Peters

Mira Costa College board seat #2 candidate Rick Cassar, Vince Loughney, Donna Rencsak, Ken Clarence

The Rancho Santa Fe Democratic Club hosted an evening to support the re-election of Congressman Scott Peters

Tee’d Off for a Cure Invitational Golf Tournament

Brody Levine, Matthew Schilling, Christopher Schilling, Burke Stratton, Remi Baere, Lexi Moran, Andrew Golden

The Schillings of Rancho Santa Fe are rallying for Type 1 diabetes awareness, research and an eventual cure after a life-changing diagnosis rocked their family two years ago.

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties Celebrates First-Year Brand Anniversary at Rancho Santa Fe Office

Berkshire Hathaway Home Services of California Resource Manager Diana Rubottom, President/CEO David Cabot, Delorine Jackson

More than 100 real estate agents, staff and corporate executives celebrated the one-year anniversary

Couple see used car lot as fertile ground for reality series ‘Life on the Lot’

(L-R) Karen Ventura, General Manager Linda Johnson and Gene Ventura. They are in front of EZCars101 on Coast Highway in Encinitas, which the Venturas own.

“We looked at each other and said, ‘You can’t make this stuff up,’” said Karen. “We said it should be a reality show.”

Rancho Santa Fe School reassures parents: Common Core math concepts do add up

Parents toured classrooms at R. Roger Rowe during a Common Core math information session. Photo by Karen Billing.

A small cluster of kids around a tabletop with their teacher, discussing their math journals, where they solve a problem and explain how they came up with the answer.

Free Tennis and PickleBall offered at Rancho Santa Fe Tennis Club during Rancho Days

Rancho Days is now Rancho Tennis Days at the Rancho Santa Fe Tennis Club. During the 10 days of Rancho Days (Oct. 3-12) the RSF Tennis Club is offering all Covenant-area residents free tennis. This includes many free clinics for all levels, free court time (just sign up at the front desk or call 858-756-4459) and free entry to the end of week mixed tennis tournament (multiple ability levels!). During Rancho Days, come visit the Covenant’s community tennis center in the heart of Rancho. Play tennis, get fit, meet your neighbors, have fun! Then sign up for our end of Rancho Days Tennis Adult Mixed Tennis Tournament for all levels (Saturday, Oct. 11).

Rancho Santa Big Band Orchestra to swing at Village Church

Dominick Addario performs with the 17-piece Rancho Santa Fe swing orchestra, led by Jack Wheaton, on Nov. 9 at the Village Church in Rancho Santa Fe.

Big band music blows into the Ranch from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 9, at the Village Church, 6225 Paseo Delicias.

The Rancho Santa Fe Big Band Swing Orchestra, a 17-piece outfit led by professor and former president of the San Diego Musicians’ Association Jack Wheaton, featuring producer and trumpeter Dominick Addario, vocalist and events coordinator Marie Addario, and concert director Dave Murray, will perform its rousing 13th annual concert celebrating The Big Band era.

Auditions to be held at Village Church in Rancho Santa Fe for ‘Rented Christmas’ musical

Village church

The Village Church Community Theater recently announced auditions for “Rented Christmas, the Musical,” from 6-8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 6 and Tuesday, Oct. 7 at the Village Community Church, 6225 Paseo Delicias in Rancho Santa Fe.