Sep. 23, 2019
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The KAABOO festival has new owners, three days after entering into a multiyear partnership with the San Diego Padres and moving from Del Mar to Petco Park
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Last fall, the Canyon Crest girls golf team made news in the Avocado West League, tying perennial top dog Torrey Pines for the league championship, determined by the results of a double round robin of dual matches during the regular season.
In a battle of two teams with first-year head coaches, Torrey Pines used a stout defensive effort and three goals from freshman Stella Mikolajewski to easily handle host Cathedral Catholic, 5-1, Thursday, Sept. 19.
Football: Torrey Pines rallied from a late deficit to defeat previously unbeaten San Pasqual 24-14 in a nonleague game on Sept. 13.
La Costa Canyon senior Sophia Tulino recently recited a series of goals that she and the team had for the 2019 season.
Last fall, the Canyon Crest girls tennis team was responsible for one of the biggest sports stories in the young campus’s 15 years of existence.
Football: Torrey Pines defeated Olympian 10-7 in a nonleague game on Sept. 6.
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.
From a field of 875 submissions by K-12 students from San Diego and Tijuana, two Torrey Pines High School students were selected for the 14th annual juried exhibition at the Museum of Photographic Arts.
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