Nov. 21, 2019
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Solana Santa Fe Elementary School’s modernization project took another step forward as the Solana Beach School District board gave direction for the project’s scope at its Nov. 14 meeting.
Patriots Aware held a Veterans Day Tribute on Nov. 12 at the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club, honoring all who have served and providing a forum to hear from two special veteran guests: Rancho Santa Fe’s Captain Peter Kirn, retired US Navy who served two tours of duty in the Vietnam War and retired Air Force Brigadier General Robert Cardenas, a 99-year-old veteran of World War II and Vietnam.
With its lavish meals, candies and other treats, the holiday season presents a potentially high health risk for pets if they have easy access to foods they’re not supposed to eat.
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Football: No. 4-seeded Santa Fe Christian rallied from a fourth-quarter deficit to defeat No. 5 Morse 24-22 in a San Diego Section Division II playoff quarterfinal on Nov. 15.
When it comes to women’s collegiate volleyball, the Big 10 is one of, if not the most, powerful conference in the country.
It might not exactly be accurate to describe it as a changing of the guard, but there was a distinctly new flavor about the team championship picture at Saturday’s Avocado West League Cross Country Championship at Kit Carson Park in Escondido.
How much did first-year Head Coach Courtney Spleen’s Torrey Pines field hockey team improve during the 2019 season?
Torrey Pines’ Marco Notarainni (football) and Cathedral Catholic’s Thomas Notarainni (basketball) excel in their sports
Top-seeded Torrey Pines defeated No. 2 Cathedral Catholic 25-19, 25-23, 26-24 in the San Diego Section Open Division championship match on Nov. 9.
For more than 40 years, a hardcover book with a red cover, filled with handwritten observations and details about a long-ago adventure, sat nearly forgotten on a shelf as the book’s owners, retired Superior Court Judge Marshall Hockett and his wife Debbie, pursued careers and raised a family.
With Thanksgiving approaching at gigabit speed, we’re all gearing up for the big day with a main course of stress, and side dishes of angst and doubts about menu choices, modes of preparation, presentation (and dinner guests). To help make this feast a delightfully memorable one, I’ll now take your questions and offer cooking tips.
Each year, talented students from the San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory’s most advanced level Ovation and intermediate level Showcase ensemble programs compete in SDYS’ solo Concerto Competitions.
In Neil Simon’s classic comedy “The Sunshine Boys,” a long-retired vaudeville duo agree to set aside their decades-long animosity to re-team for one last performance. But some old habits die hard. The 1972 comedy gets a funny and spirited workout at North Coast Repertory Theatre in Solana Beach, which is the ideal venue for the play. It presents Simon’s works more than any other local professional theater and its longtime artistic director, David Ellenstein, has long provided senior actors — like Simon’s 70-something vaudevillians — the chance to show audiences that they’ve still got it.
Local residents now have the extraordinary opportunity to see over 50 drawings and prints by some of the greatest names of the Italian Renaissance, including Michelangelo, Filippo Lippi and Andrea del Sarto as well as celebrated masters of the Italian Baroque.
The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe, recently named the number two top hotel in Southern California by Conde Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Choice Awards, has brought on a new executive chef for The Inn’s Morada restaurant.
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.
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