Oct. 23, 2019
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Construction will soon begin on a new bell tower in the Plaza de Santa Fe as the first office tenants are moving into the Rancho Santa Fe Village Suites next to the post office on Via de Santa Fe.
Behind the gatehouse at Cielo, the secluded streets wind up and up through the sprawling and hilly 1,400-acre residential community in Rancho Santa Fe.
As a fifth-grader, Alexa Mendes began using social media and quickly became hooked to the point of constantly checking her Instagram and Snapchat.
Earl Warren Middle School is one of 326 schools nationally that has been designated as a National PTA School of Excellence.
A shot of adrenaline, in the form of senior transfer Olivia Yun, powered the Torrey Pines girls golf team to a first place finish in the Avocado West League division of the last week’s North County Conference Tournament and positioned the Falcons as a legitimate challenger for the upcoming CIF Division I Championship.
In the first of two encounters between the two best field hockey teams in the Avocado West League, Torrey Pines proved to be more than Canyon Crest could handle Wednesday night, Oct. 16, defeating the host Ravens, 2-0.
Football: Cathedral Catholic opened Western League play with a decisive 50-14 victory over Point Loma on Oct. 4.
With everything from major box office draws to short films by students, the San Diego International Film Festival will be held Oct. 15-20 at multiple venues throughout the city.
When Carol Leung steps on stage before a microphone, she feels energized in a way that some people might experience when climbing a mountain or white-water rafting - but she doesn’t have to get soaked or deprive herself of oxygen.
After many years as a successful single-day event during the annual San Diego International Jewish Film Festival, short films were spun off into a festival of their own.
The Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce is preparing for the inaugural Fiesta del Sol Battle of the Bands on Sept. 16, 5-9 p.m., at the Belly Up.
The stages will soon be set for the KAABOO music festival, returning to the Del Mar Fairgrounds Sept. 13-15 for its fifth year.
“Take Me Home Huey,” a 56-minute documentary about a Rancho Santa Fe-based artist turning a Vietnam War helicopter into a work of art, will kick off this year’s GI Film Festival.
Nick & G’s Restaurant and Bar offers something for everyone in the village of Rancho Santa Fe.
When the singer-songwriter Jake Smith, otherwise known by his stage moniker The White Buffalo, was growing up in Los Angeles he can recall a distinct recollection of his earliest brush with music.
Tenth Avenue Arts Center will host “No Distractions,” the first full-length play from a theater company run by a local college student who wants to get more youth involved in the medium, from Aug. 29-31.
Rehearsals are underway for “Amadeus,” the North Coast Repertory Theatre’s 38th season-opening show that debuts Sept. 4.