The Rancho Santa Fe School District plans to return to a five-day, in-person school schedule this fall.
A pop-up store selling merchandise promoting President Trump and his reelection campaign has several residents in Rancho Santa Fe questioning its motives and money trail.
San Diego County has been added to the governor’s watch list
With per-capita infection rates above threshold for seven straight days, state rules require businesses to move all activities outdoors
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Social media has come under its fair share of fire in the first half of 2020 whether for allegedly contributing to the dispersal of political misinformation, fomenting social unrest or various other less than exemplary practices.
When North County high school athletes, coaches and administrators return to the fields, courts and pools in 2020-21, they’ll find a familiar face in a new role but still passionately supporting their endeavors as he has in one form or another for the past 26 years.
The San Diego Tennis Hall of Fame (SDTHOF) was established in 2006.
The Torrey Pines High School football program celebrated its 14 graduating seniors with surprise lawn signs last week, giving a boost of encouragement to those seniors who are missing so much during the stay-at-home order.
Be it at the high school, college or professional level, one of the things you’re likely to hear from any athletic administrator is that “no two days are ever the same.”
A roundup of recent San Diego theater news
Theater news from San Diego Repertory, San Diego Musical Theatre, Diversionary and more
The concert, billed as ‘Jazz the Night Away,’ will provide employment (at least for a day) for employees at the dormant fairgrounds
Proceeds of July 12 kick-off performance of ‘Beethoven’ play will benefit San Diego Rep and several other theaters
La Jolla Music Society festival, truncated because of the coronavirus pandemic, will be held Aug. 21-29, with plans for socially distanced audiences.
Virtually all of San Diego’s theaters showed solidarity this month in supporting the Black Lives Matter movement
North Coast Repertory Theatre’s ‘Human Error’ and La Jolla Playhouse’s ‘Totally Fake Latino News’ premiere online Monday
Companies selling tickets to genre-crossing online productions, but is it still theater?
Here are some “Best Bets” for online activities to undertake on your smart phone, computer or tablet during your stay-at-home, quarantine quandary.