Jan. 17, 2021


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Demand expected to be high for Paycheck Protection Program loans as stay-at-home orders continue amid COVID-19 case surge

Canyon Crest Academy’s Amy Villanova will be honored with the 2020 California Music Educators Association (CMEA) Byron Hoyt/Don Schmeer Band Educator Award, the top award honoring excellence in instrumental education and performance in the state of California.

The president of the board that oversees the state-owned Del Mar Fairgrounds and the nearby Del Mar Horsepark sought to reassure the public on Tuesday, Jan. 12, that the board has made no decision to permanently close the popular horse park, which is home to stables, horse shows and riding schools.


Boys & Girls Clubs of San Dieguito’s Rancho San Dieguito (RSD) Swim Team was named one of this year’s Silver Medal Clubs in USA Swimming’s National Club Excellence Program.

The San Diego Sockers —14-time Major Arena Soccer League (MASL) champions -- and the Cardiff Soccer League (CSL) recently announced a new partnership, in which the Cardiff Mustangs youth soccer club will be re-named the Cardiff Sockers, according to a news release.

Fast-rising phenom Ryan Garcia had a standout 2020, even if he last fought in February for a total of a mere 80 seconds.

The Santa Fe Christian (SFC) Athletic Department recently announced the appointment of Kelsey Cuje to head women’s lacrosse coach.


The Grammy Award-winning San Diego rock band returns to the baseball stadium, where it performed sold-out June drive-in concert last year

The orchestra, led by music director Rafael Payare, continues to pivot online as the coronavirus pandemic extends the shuttering of live concert events

The eighth annual Powers New Voices Festival will feature a dozen works by both local and national playwrights

The concerts, which will showcase top national orchestra musicians, will be held in February, April and June at the Del Mar Fairgrounds and could be expanded to Orange County if the coronavirus pandemic eases

Some of the postponed 2020 productions will be part of some companies’ 2021 seasons

Ovation Theatre is presenting a virtual stream of the innovative, live production of “All Shook Up” Jan. 29-30, 2021 and Feb. 5-6, 2021.

In a year of onstage, livestreaming and filmed show, local theaters found new and diverse ways to reach audiences

Longtime Rancho Santa Fe residents and physicians Joseph Weiss and Nancy Cetel, along with their daughter, physician Danielle Weiss, have created “a very user-friendly guide to colon cancer awareness.”