Miracle Babies, a nonprofit organization that provides financial and emotional support to families with critically ill babies in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), has named Carmel Valley resident Jill Epstein as its executive director.
Live Like Kayla held its second annual fundraising golf tournament recently
Arthur Lipper will discuss his latest book on investment strategies
A retail store has opened in the Rancho Santa Fe village with Amy Meier's new home and gift boutique.
To Rancho Santa Fe resident Tonya Mantooth, movies are much more than mere entertainment.
Panda will speak about the intersection of health and circadian rhythm at a public event at the Salk Institute from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 12, as part of Salk's "Back to Basics" lecture series.
Event at Morgan Run benefits Boys to Men Mentoring
Two Rancho Santa Fe residents, Brian M. Powers and Ann Reed, were among eights trustees who recently joined the UC San Diego Foundation Board of Trustees for the 2018-19 year.
Eagle Scout candidate and Village Church member Andrew Presa of Troop 766 in Rancho Santa Fe led the construction of three flag retirement boxes so that community members can donate old flags for proper retirement. These flags will be dedicated at a ceremony in August.
The Rancho Santa Fe Rotary Club recognized the value and success of the Future Legends comprehensive program and wanted to join the unwavering commitment of the founders, board and dedicated volunteers.
Seven local teens received tablets donated through a team-building workshop hosted by ServiceNow and moderated by Impact4Good.
One of the funniest things you'll ever see on stage is coming to North Coast Repertory Theater (NCRT) in Solana Beach, starting July 11. With a book by "No No Nanette" writer Bert Shevelove and super-funnyman Larry Gelbart (creator of "M*A*S*H") and music and lyrics by Steven Sondheim, how could...
Less than a decade since joining the charitable organization, Sara Bennett will become board president July 1.
Liz Bolton Stables specializes in training and sales of top quality American Saddlebred horses.
On Saturday mornings, the Rancho Santa Fe Cars and Coffee event brings a variety of vintage and newer sports and luxury cars to the village streets. While the event brings car enthusiasts together and a little extra action for village merchants, Rancho Santa Fe Association Manager Christy Whalen...
Award-winning jewelry designer Maria Canale recently presented her latest collection, Drop, at Neiman Marcus in Fashion Valley
Nicole Frank's "Wardrobe Evolution" includes interchangeable pieces that can talk a busy, modern woman from day to night.
Susan Treadgold’s “The High Performing Woman” offers 52 “Take Action Tips” on empowerment.
The Rancho Santa Fe resident was at Churchill Downs to cheer on My Boy Jack -- a horse owned by her family in partnership with West Point Thoroughbreds, along with Monomoy Stables and Don’t Tell My Wife Stables — in this year’s Run for the Roses.
The Library Guild of Rancho Santa Fe held its annual meeting on May 24.
Colm Tóibín's latest novel tells a story set in ancient Greece, that of a royal family obsessed with murder, sacrifice and revenge.
Randy Beecher has entertained the guests at Rancho Santa Fe's Mille Fleurs for 25 years.
Elizabeth George was the featured author at the April 25 meeting of the Rancho Santa Fe Literary Society, held at the Fairmont Grand Del Mar Resort.
After an eight-year long process to obtain city and state permitting, the Armenian community of San Diego will finally break ground on the new St. John Garabed church campus in Carmel Valley. A groundbreaking ceremony will be held on Sunday, April 29 at 11 a.m. under the auspices of His Eminence...
Just before losing hope, Cleo’s veterinarian referred Sean to The Foundation for Animal Care and Education (FACE), a not-for-profit 501(c)3 public charity that provides financial assistance to pet owners who cannot afford emergency veterinary care for their animal companions.
Julie Hill keeps going back to the city of her birth, Alexandria, Egypt, both literally and figuratively. Hill, a Rancho Santa Fe resident, spent the first 20 years of her life in the Egyptian city, in the 1930s, 40s and 50s.
Marshall Goldsmith has a launched a volunteer program called 100 Coaches
Designs from top international luxury brands will dazzle on the runway when The Country Friends presents the Art of Fashion (AOF) runway show and luncheon on Sept. 20 at The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe. The show, marking the nonprofit’s 14-year partnership with South Coast Plaza, will feature top trend
Ansari and a friend started Artizara 15 years ago as a way to creatively celebrate their Muslim identity after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Ansari said the tragedies led much of the American public to think of all Muslims as the same and in a negative light.
When he dreamed up the main character for what turned out to be a best-selling series of crime novels, Craig Johnson tried to put a new twist on the age-old genre of the who-dun-it. "It was an opportunity to try to do something different," said Johnson, of his character, Sheriff Walt Longmire,...
Scripps Encinitas doctor also to be celebrated
Roxana Foxx of Rancho Santa Fe has been unanimously elected to serve as chairwoman of the Don Diego Scholarship Foundation. A longtime board member, Foxx was elected at the March 12 board meeting. Also elected to the Executive Board were Karen Tanz, vice chairwoman; Tim Fennell, president; Juanita...
Dr. Elizabeth Jones, co-founder of Hospital Infantil de las Californias and founder of the Foundation for the Children of the Californias, has been named the Health Alumni Honoree by World of Children. This is the second time, Jones has been honored by the organization. World of Children is a global...
Five months after they were forced to close their popular Hacienda de Vega restaurant in Escondido, the family behind the popular Mexican eateries opened a new location earlier this month on the border of Rancho Santa Fe and Encinitas. The new Hacienda de Vega, at the intersection of Rancho Santa...
In the late 1990s, Brent Gleeson was cruising toward a successful career in the business world. Then, he joined the Navy’s SEAL program, with overseas duty that included “capture or kill” missions in Iraq. Nothing could have better prepared him for a leadership role in corporate America, the Rancho...
Jeff Dayton led country/pop star’s band for many years
While Rancho Santa Fe resident Hunter Ayyad has visited Sea World and the Wild Animal Park many times, the Pacific Ridge School senior got to view them through fresh eyes recently when taking two Taiwanese high school students to the famous San Diego sites.
National Charity League, Inc. San Dieguito Chapter (NCL, Inc. San Dieguito) and their family and friends celebrated their Combined Event, Senior Recognition Ceremony and Fashion Show, March 18 at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla.
Green has been a loyal supporter of Future Legends since its very beginnings. As Green is part of the Philadelphia Eagles sports franchise it was also the perfect opportunity for congratulations and celebration for the Eagles Super Bowl Championship.
Carter is founder of Chimney Sweeps, Inc. He started the company in 1985, and is based in Lakeside, although the company services chimneys across the county, including La Jolla.
Green, who worked as building commissioner with the Rancho Santa Fe Association for 19 years, is keeping very busy these days pursuing two of his passions -- painting landscapes in oils, and consulting on architectural review projects for people he met during his career.
Hours after surveying the Lilac fire’s grim fallout in Del Mar, Michelle Storm took to Facebook. In the three days since the blaze tore through San Luis Rey Downs—killing nearly 50 horses on Dec. 7 and displacing the training facility’s live-in workers—Del Mar Racetrack had become a makeshift sanctuary...
For Dee Leone, reading to children is a profound, almost sacred rite that builds an invaluable bond between parents and their book-loving progeny. Whether it was over her eight years as a teacher, the countless nights she spent cozied up with her two daughters, or the dozens of articles she’s written...
Entrepreneur Alan Smith has made a leap of Olympic proportions into the local equestrian world. The longtime Wells Fargo financial adviser left his job a couple of years ago to purchase and transform two local farms into world-class training facilities. The locations have features that support...
Lawrence Williams has authored a book that delves into the family’s experiences as they coped with the unique characteristics of Tyler’s conditions and the challenge of ensuring he reached the maximum of his potential under the circumstances.
The Village Church’s Boy Scout Troop 766 held a Court of Honor Ceremony Feb. 5 at the church’s Fellowship Center.
Nathan Hill spent about 10 years working on his first novel, "The Nix," and most of the time he wasn't exactly sure where the story was headed.
This event is open to women in the community who have an interest in learning about the Rancho Santa Fe Women's Fund.
John Valencia has been appointed President and CEO of Voices for Children (VFC), the local nonprofit organization designated by the Court in San Diego and Riverside Counties to recruit and train Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers.
Stella Metsovas firmly believes if you change your gut, you can change your life. The Rancho Santa Fe clinical nutritionist and specialist in food science and human nutrition recently published her first book, “Wild Mediterranean: The Age-Old Science-new Plan for a Healthy Gut with Food You Can...