April 11, 2021

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A proposed change to the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club’s locker room and lounge configuration has sparked lots of community conversation over the last month.

Restaurants and movie theaters can now double their capacity, as can museums and aquariums, and family entertainment centers like bowling alleys can open indoors

For five years running, Rancho Santa Fe’s Team Singularity earned the opportunity to compete at the San Diego Regional Championship.

San Diego County will officially move Wednesday, April 7, from red into the second-least-restrictive orange tier of the state’s COVID-19 reopening framework, allowing for increased attendance limits at most businesses and a reopening of bars outdoors amid declining coronavirus case rates and continuing vaccinations.

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The Torrey Pines High School football team had their first home game on April 2 against Mission Hills and celebrated Senior Night for both the players as well as cheerleaders and dance team members.

New report from The Jockey Club shows racetrack was safest among major facilities in 2020

The team that won county, regional and state championships in the 2019-20 season wasn’t sure they would even get to play this year.

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More museums and venues opening as pandemic restrictions ease

LITVAKdance presents a collection of eight dance videos that pair renowned musicians with original choreography

“We’re back to having auditions, but being socially responsible,” said Heyjojo Productions Director Jolene “Jojo” Dodson Bogard.

Haera Shin, a junior at Canyon Crest Academy, recently published her first book, “Cocoon”, on the one-year mark of quarantine.

This week’s local theater report with news from North Coast Rep, San Diego Rep, San Diego State, Coronado Playhouse and more

Responding to demands to level the playing field for Black artists and other underrepresented groups, local theaters are implementing new anti-racist policies, hiring rules and plans for more diverse programming

San Diego author’s new book explores the dynamics during World War II at Bletchley Park in England, where codebreakers must solve complex military codes, survive the pressures of secrecy and outwit a Soviet spy who tries to tear apart friendships

As the San Diego International Film Festival prepares for the 20th anniversary of the festival this October, Tonya Mantooth, CEO/artistic director, announced the addition of San Diego arts advocate Dr.

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