Three young Rancho Santa Fe brothers started a nonprofit called Tech-Angels, collecting gently used cell phones, iPads and tablets to give to elderly people in nursing homes so they can stay connected with their loved ones.
Five suburban San Diego districts say they don’t have to offer it; state officials disagree
Scaled-down version of the San Diego County Fair still a draw for the “regulars” who love the food, shopping and piglet races
The board of directors for the 22nd District Agricultural Association voted June 8 to start looking for a lessee to bring equestrian activity back to Del Mar Horsepark, which has been closed this year because of wastewater upgrades that needed to be accounted for.
For the first time since the State CIF went to an Open Division playoff format in boys and girls basketball, the San Diego Section has a No. 1 seed in the Open Division of the Southern California Regional playoffs.
Torrey Pines wins boys Open title on buzzer-beating 3-pointer by Nick Herrmann
Nick Herrmann’s long shot breaks tie with Cathedral Catholic, moves Falcons to 29-0
The Torrey Pines High School boys lacrosse team won its eighth CIF championship on June 5 with a 10-3 victory over La Costa Canyon.
Sporting a gap of just 10 strokes between their top five scorers, the Torrey Pines girls golf team overwhelmed a talented field to capture its second consecutive CIF Division I Championship Thursday, June 3, at La Costa Resort.
Legendary announcer skipped last year due to pandemic
Three different events this month mark holiday celebrating the emancipation of enslaved Black Americans
Broadway veteran has also just published a memoir, ‘Lilyville,’ about her difficult relationship with her late mother
‘Jim was loads of fun!’ says his sister and executor, who oversaw the new book, ‘The Collected Works of Jim Morrison: Poetry, Journals, Transcripts and Lyrics’
Collections offer a broad range of works, from Old Master paintings to contemporary drawings
An all-virtual event last year because of COVID-19, the chamber-music festival will resume in August with live performances by piano star Daniil Trifonov, The Calder Quartet, Kings Return, Aaron Diehl and more
Company’s return to production will kick off with socially distanced ‘A Thousand Ways’ encounters beginning June 3
Outdoor stage will open June 4 for free movies and cabarets, followed by “Hair”; first indoor show is Graciela Daniele-inspired musical on Sept. 10
Seven-show lineup, kicking off Sept. 8, will include one world premiere musical and two West Coast premieres