After an extensive renovation, the new Third Bloom floral and gift shop is now open in the village of Rancho Santa Fe.
The Farms Golf Club General Manager Scott Heyn is overseeing improvements to the club and course and helping to grow the game of golf.
BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT: It's that time of year again. The Marine Room Restaurant (part of La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club but open to the public) invites diners to its traditional High Tide Dinner Series, which runs April 16 and continues through the summer. It's the best time of year to see Mother Nature...
Mirza was the featured speaker at the April 11 meeting of the Rancho Santa Fe Literary Society, held at the Fairmont Grand Del Mar Resort. Her book was the first to be published by SJP for Hogarth, the new imprint of actress and producer Sarah Jessica Parker.
Rancho Santa Fe resident Susan Robertson's book "Bucking Hollywood" released in January.
This year, Rancho Santa Fe Foundation awarded $19,680 to nonprofits operating in 92067.
Each year, Dutch in the Netherlands and abroad commemorate the birthday of King Willem Alexander with Konings Dag (King’s Day) on April 27, a full day of music, food and merriment on April 27. This year, local Dutch groups Dutch San Diego and Dutch School of Southern California in La Jolla invite...
For the first time ever, the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club is offering trial playing privileges to Covenant residents.
His cancer screening saved his life and possibly the lives of others.
Concert benefit to be held May 3
Looking for volunteers to train.
Gary and Barbara Gentzkow of Rancho Santa Fe helped underwrite Michael’s Home, a refuge for the needy, started by former Solana Beach resident Dan Yeager.
Jennifer Jensen is opening a new modern flower shop Third Bloom in the village, in place of the old Rancho Santa Fe Flowers and Gifts.
Last summer, Jeff Owen, a social science teacher at Torrey Pines High School and the head of the school’s PALs organization (an acronym for Peer Assistant Listeners) read 2002 grad and Encinitas resident Sebastian Slovin’s book “Ashes in the Ocean.”
A Torrey Pines High School grad and Carmel Valley native will bring television audiences into San Diego with his new NBC sitcom, "Abby's." Josh Malmuth, the show's creator and executive producer, sets the show, premiering Thursday, March 28 at 9:30 p.m., at an unlicensed backyard bar in San Diego’s...
Author Susan Smith Daniels to speak at RSF Library March 26
Andrew Sean Greer’s fifth novel, “Less,” marks a departure for the author in a number of ways - he used more autobiographical detail than in his other books, he infused the story with humor in a way he hadn’t done before, and the book’s main character is gay, another first for his novels. One more...
Transitioning out of the military can be a tricky thing. Although service members go through training to make the transition easier, many vets say the training is too broad and doesn’t help them land a position in the working world. That’s where the nonprofit Workshops for Warriors comes in.
Pharmaceutical leader Cam Garner and his wife Wanda, a cancer workshop facilitator and philanthropic fundraiser, are longtime supporters of medical research and treatment efforts at Moores Cancer Center at UC San Diego Health.
The Gary and Mary West Foundation has awarded more than $200 million in grants to date.
Susanne Livingston and Joanne Marks will be honored for their work March 23.
How did Celia Sciacca’s father learn that she’d finally received the horse she’d been asking for, for years? Seeing his 10-year-old ride that horse on the highway.
The 6-foot 2-inch-tall running back is chasing his dreams to be the first-ever blind NFL running back. With a 45-yard touchdown under his belt, Adonis proves he is more than just a competitor; he is the one to watch on the field.
In January, they arrived in the mail in a tiny white envelope. Three single dollar bills, sent to the Library Guild of Rancho Santa Fe by an elderly former member. A scribbled note indicated that the money should go toward repair of the Rancho Santa Fe Library’s rain-soaked and leaking roof.
Also awarded two film school scholarships.
Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa in Rancho Santa Fe has been named the number one Best Resort and Best Hotel in California in U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 Best Hotel Rankings.
Nonprofit announces 2019-2020 board of directors
To raise money for research in search of a cure for Duchenne muscular dystrophy, both families have organized a fundraiser called Love Cures.
This year, the Trojan League is sponsoring its first-ever gala called Trojans in the Paddock to mark its 50th anniversary and boost fundraising for more scholarship dollars. The event takes place Saturday, March 2, at 4 p.m. at the Del Mar Fairgrounds.
History channel’s “American Pickers” will return to California to film episodes throughout the region in March and is looking to find exceptional antiques and forgotten relics. “American Pickers” is a documentary series that explores the fascinating world of antique “picking”. The show follows...
Love Datsiya boutique is now open in the Rancho Santa Fe village.
He’s been called a “window to history” and for very good reason. Retired Lieutenant Joe Torrillo of the New York City Fire Department is a two-time survivor of the 9/11 disaster in 2001.
Growing up as the only child of Chinese immigrants, Lisa Ko used her imagination to populate the world around her, writing stories to combat loneliness.
Moms can meet and socialize with other career-oriented individuals on maternity leave. Luncheon to be held in RSF Feb. 20.
GOLO Boxing offers fun, high-energy fitness boxing classes in Solana Beach.
Andrew Presa, Eagle Scout of Troop 766 in Rancho Santa Fe and member of The Village Church, spent nine months conceptualizing, constructing and implementing his plans for three flag retirement boxes that were spread throughout the Rancho Santa Fe community.
Each year, Helen Woodward Animal Center’s Therapeutic Riding Program is delighted to show off the skills of its riders in an annual Center Riding Show.
Dr. Ray Lin considers himself fortunate because he looks forward to going to work every day, where he makes a positive impact on people's lives.
Salk Professors Joanne Chory (a Rancho Santa Fe resident), Joseph Ecker and Rusty Gage have once again been named to the Highly Cited Researchers list by Clarivate Analytics (formerly Thomson Reuters).
Fullmer, a resident of Rancho Santa Fe, spent more than 20 years at Cendant Corporation, helping to grow it from a start-up to a $15 billion-plus multi-national public company.
Each year the Miracle League of San Diego honors high school seniors who have volunteered their time for at least three years.
When Candice Kumai spoke recently at The Grauer School in Encinitas, the event marked a homecoming for the author, TV personality, entrepreneur and chef.
Rancho Santa Fe resident Kathleen Loftman leads effort to commemorate 400th anniversary of landing at Plymouth, Mass.
Lamott is touring the country to promote her new book of essays, “Almost Everything: Notes On Hope.”
Rancho Santa Fe resident Julie Wright, 50, is one of a team of five Southern California residents raising money to help save African elephants through a 40-mile fundraising walk in Kenya Dec. 7-11.
In her latest novel, Tayari Jones took on a subject that is both deeply personal and the subject of much debate due to its impact on society - how the incarceration of a young black man affects his family and friends.
On Oct. 13, Mike Zill participated for a fifth consecutive year in “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes,” a fundraiser benefiting Becky’s House.
“From Boardroom to Baby” offers advice on transitioning from a career to being a stay-at-home mom
Rancho Santa Fe resident and attorney Myra Chack Fleischer, lead counsel and founder of Carlsbad-based Fleischer & Ravreby, has been named national president of Jewish National Fund’s (JNF-USA) Women for Israel Campaign.
The Gifting Group, an all-student run organization led by Fairbanks Ranch teens, is hosting its eighth annual toy drive for San Diego homeless children, starting Nov. 1 through Dec. 9. The Gifting Group, run by Canyon Crest Academy seniors and Fairbanks Ranch residents Annie Richards and Ali Youel,...