May 12, 2021


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The Rancho Santa Fe Association board approved the proposed changes to the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club’s Players Clubhouse locker room configuration, creating two separate locker-room-adjacent lounge areas for men and women and a co-ed central lounge.

The Rancho Santa Fe Association and RSF Golf Club have agreed to commit $80,000 toward refining design plans for a clubhouse restaurant refresh, working toward the RSF Association board’s goal of serving more non-golf club members and creating a central gathering place.

On May 5, Nativity School sixth graders participated in Shark Tank, the Rancho Santa Fe school’s take on the popular entrepreneurial-themed TV show.


In a tennis season that, for the longest time, looked like it might not ever see a first serve, two of the sports local powers are now positioned to potentially be there at the finish, accomplishing something distinctive in the annals of San Diego high school sports.

Gracie Jimenez is latest to head to Cal to play in college

The Torrey Pines High School varsity basketball squad is on a winning streak.


Seven-show lineup, kicking off Sept. 8, will include one world premiere musical and two West Coast premieres

Ike’s Love & Sandwiches is now serving up its 800+ sandwich menu and innovative flavors at Del Mar Highlands Town Center.

The San Diego Festival of the Arts, which will be held Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 11-12, seeks new and emerging artists to participate in the 35th annual show that will take place in North San Diego at the San Diego Surf Club Soccer Park, formerly the Del Mar polo fields.

R. Roger Rowe School fifth graders recently completed a new mural in the school’s garden.

This year’s virtual festival running May 13 through June 23 will be largest and most international festival ever

For a class project, a group of Canyon Crest Academy students have started a business that sells art kits designed to teach children ages 6 to 12 about the environment, social issues and other topics.