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The Mandelring Quartet to perform at Mainly Mozart concert in Rancho Santa Fe

The Mandelring Quartet. Courtesy photo

The next Mainly Mozart Spotlight Chamber Music Series event will be held on Saturday, March 1, at the RSF Garden Club.

Locust Street Taxi to perform at Community Concerts of Rancho Santa Fe event


The third Community Concerts of Rancho Santa Fe performance of the season, featuring Locust Street Taxi, will be held on Friday, Feb. 28, at the recently renovated Village Church Fellowship Hall, 6225 Paseo Delicias, Rancho Santa Fe.

Pulitzer Prize-nominated author to speak at Rancho Santa Fe Library

The Rancho Santa Fe Library will host an “Author Meet and Greet” on Thursday, Feb. 13, at 11 a.m.

Caitlin Rother, Pulitzer Prize-nominated author of six best-selling true crime thrillers, will speak about her latest book, “I’ll Take Care of You.” Please join the library for this special presentation. The event is sponsored by SD County Library, RSF Branch.

Members of The Jesse Lynch Trio perform at Rancho Santa Fe School

The Jesse Lynch Trio at R. Roger Rowe School. Courtesy photo

The Community Outreach program is a vital part of Community Concerts of Rancho Santa Fe’s service to Rancho Santa Fe and surrounding areas. The afternoon prior to their evening concert at Fellowship Hall, the members of The Jesse Lynch Trio performed at the R. Roger Rowe Middle School, giving the children a taste of good jazz and skilled musicians, with a little musical education thrown in for good measure.

Rancho Santa Fe actor to perform in Old Globe’s ‘The Winter’s Tale’

Jordi Bertran.  Photo courtesy of The Old Globe

Rancho Santa Fe resident Jordi Bertran, 12, will appear as Mamillius in William Shakespeare’s romance “The Winter’s Tale,” scheduled to run Feb. 8-March 16 on the Donald and Darlene Shiley Stage in the Old Globe Theatre, part of the Globe’s Conrad Prebys Theatre Center. Jordi is the only child in the cast of “The Winter’s Tale.”

Rancho Santa Fe resident’s band to let it ‘Roar’ as opening act in show at SOMA

Roar Like Me 1

Rancho Santa Fe musician Javon Shapouri is making some noise with his band Roar Like Me. The Canyon Crest Academy senior and his band recently won the chance to open for an international touring act from Germany named We Butter the Bread With Butter on March 6 at SOMA in San Diego.

Rancho Santa Fe author’s new novel coming on Valentine’s Day

Sárka-Jonae Miller / Courtesy photo

Booktrope is set to release Sárka-Jonae Miller’s sequel, “Between the Sheets,” on Feb. 14

Bestselling author shares personal story at Rancho Santa Fe Library

Author Christopher Reich with his new book “The Prince of Risk.” Photo/Jon Clark

Christopher Reich didn’t always want to be a writer. He studied economics at Georgetown University.

“The worst grade I ever got was a ‘D’ in financial security markets,” said Reich to a room full of people during the RSF Library Guild-hosted “Winter Author Talk” Jan. 15 at the Rancho Santa Fe Library. “So my first job was as a stockbroker.”

Rancho Santa Fe author named finalist in unique contest

Sarka-Jonae Miller

Women’s fiction novelist Sarka-Jonae Miller, a Rancho Santa Fe resident, has been named a finalist in the “MARSocial Author of the Year Competition,” a contest that’s being dubbed “The Author’s X-Factor.” The competition began with 168 authors competing for a chance to have their book turned into a movie.

Local author releases mystery book set in a fictional town loosely based on Rancho Santa Fe

Rode to Death cover

Set on a horse ranch in a wealthy enclave of San Diego County, “Rode to Death” is the first book of the Randi Sterling mystery series.

The 265-page book follows equine journalist Randi Sterling, who moves to her college flame’s ranch in San Diego’s wealthy Rancho del Zorro. At the ranch, Sterling not only discovers he is already married, but she stumbles upon his dead bride in a champion stallion’s stall.

The setting is loosely based on Rancho Santa Fe.


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