Sports San Diego Surf Academy Condliffe GU11 won the Albion National Soccer Cup championship, held July 18-21 in San Diego.

SD Surf Academy Condliffe GU11 win Albion Cup »

San Diego Surf Academy Condliffe GU11 won the Albion National Soccer Cup championship, held July 18-21 in San Diego. …

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Back row (L-R): Isabella Tassara, Maya Paeske, Ellie Dorfman, Coach Steve Leacock, Presley Marvil, Lylah Mitchell, Lainie Beamer.  Middle row: Lyla Beamer, Melanie Barcenas, Maddie Zapien, Jayla Miller, Ashlyn Puerta.  Front: Amelia Dunbar

San Diego Surf Academy Select GU8 win soccer showcase »

The San Diego Surf Academy Select GU8 team won the Albion Cup National Soccer Showcase in San Diego over July 18-21. The girls were undefeated in four games, racking…

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New principal sought for Carmel Del Mar School »

The Del Mar Union School District is in the process of hiring a new principal for Carmel Del Mar School.…

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Del Mar Village Association joins National Main Street list »

Less than a year after being designated as a California Main Street community, the Del Mar Village Association has now…

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One Paseo community meeting to be held in Carmel Valley »

The Carmel Valley Community Planning Board will hold a special meeting to address the proposed One Paseo mixed-use development at…

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San Diego Foundation announces $47M in grants, names new board members »

The San Diego Foundation today announced it granted $47 million to nonprofit organizations in fiscal year 2014. Since its inception,…

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Del Mar designer Zandra Rhodes named a ‘Dame of the British Empire’ »

Designer Zandra Rhodes is now a Dame of the British Empire.

Damehood — the female equivalent of knighthood — has been awarded to fashion and textile designer Zandra Rhodes, a resident of Del Mar and London. …

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Celebrity Basketball Game/Benefit held at Cathedral Catholic High School »

Celebrity Basketball Game for the Hope Leadership Foundation

A celebrity basketball game featuring the legendary Harlem Globetrotter Meadowlark Lemon and the Harlem All Stars, as well as NBA stars, was held July 25 at Cathedral Catholic High School in Carmel Valley.…

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Carmel Valley marathoner takes triathlon challenge and runs with it »

Carmel Valley Ironman triathlete Andi Neugarten: ‘I love what I’m doing every single day.’ Courtesy photo

When Carmel Valley triathlete Andi Neugarten isn’t pouring everything she has into training to endure grueling Ironman and half-Ironman distance races, she is putting “blood, sweat and tears” into her company Alii Lifestyle, a line of feminine and fashionable athletic wear. Her gear is sold online…

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A & E

‘America’s Finest Film Festival’ returns Aug. 2 to San Diego »

Camaraderie developed at The 1to1 Movement events like the Film Festival help connect people to conservation. Courtesy photo

o likes to think of itself as America’s finest city. During the second America’s Finest Film Festival on Aug. 2, it will certainly be the most featured city, with the focus on films created by San Diegans, filmed in San Diego or about San Diego.…

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Carmel Valley Library to host piano trio in concert »

The Striano Piano Trio will play music by Debussy, Schubert and Dvorak.

The 45-minute program will include music by Debussy, Schubert, and Dvorak.…

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  • Joe Defilippis, Larry Alessio, Debbie Ershler
  • Solana Beach Triathlon & Duathlon
  • Annabelle Weller Poley, Lisa Markel, Alina Vale, Jodie Vella-Gregory
  • Celebrity Basketball Game for the Hope Leadership Foundation
  • NFL free agent Chris Draft, talk radio host Tim Conway Jr., LCFA founder Kim Norris, actress Susan Flannery
  • Bill Rawlings, Pat Dougherty, Marlene Gotz, John Sorensen, Charlie Poole, Shawn Poole, Bob Poole
  • Zandra Rhodes, Joyce Butler, Marion Ross
  • Kat hands Maggie to Krystal
  • Marian Takesue, Amy Moser
  • Nativa Interiors owner Silvina Petrate with artist Leticia Demeuse
  • The Clay Colton Band plays at Carmel Valley Rec Center
  • Maryann Zimardo, Nicole Lopez, Nicole Telfer
  • Host Jeffrey Strauss, Bill and Robin King, Ray Raub, Mayo Osman, David Church, Rick Muth
  • Chamber of Commerce representataive Nicole Peterson welcomes The Curious Fork to Solana Beach
Education Matters Marsha Sutton

Pushing boundaries

Few issues cause parents more distress than changes in school boundaries. Who can forget the tumult when in 2002 the Del Mar Union School District moved hundreds of families from one attendance area to another? Resentment…

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Schools

Del Mar school district considering boundary change

The Del Mar Union School District is considering a proposed boundary change for future East Pacific Highlands Ranch homes. The recommendation made by the facilities master plan outreach committee is that the boundary be changed for…

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Food

San Diego Beerworks receives enthusiastic welcome in Solana Beach

A “super-soft” opening at Solana Beach’s new San Diego Beerworks recently turned into an all-out flood of customers thirsting for a craft beer spot in the North Coast area.…

Jul 9, 2014 / Read More »
Music The Striano Piano Trio will play music by Debussy, Schubert and Dvorak.

Carmel Valley Library to host piano trio in concert

The 45-minute program will include music by Debussy, Schubert, and Dvorak.…

Jul 27, 2014 / Read More »
Opinion Michael S. Rafii, MD, PhD

Leave no one behind in Alzheimer’s research

Today in the U.S., more than 5 million people are living with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease. According to a 2009 study by the Alzheimer’s Association, of those 5 million people, more than 500,000 live…

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Business Spotlight High Bluff Academy’s expansion continues this fall with more electives, from French and Mandarin to computer science classes, and more clubs to meet the individualized needs of its students. Courtesy photo

High Bluff Academy expands electives for fall

Imagine a high school where students check their egos at the door and where students take care of each other. Better yet, imagine a school where students flourish and enjoy learning. That, says Jill Duoto, is what…

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Theater Torrey Pines High School sophomore Brianna Haire brought dance classes to local kids on St. Croix and the surrounding Virgin Islands this past month.

Carmel Valley teen shares love of dance with Virgin Islands

Torrey Pines High School sophomore Brianna Haire brought dance classes to local kids on St. Croix and the surrounding Virgin Islands this past month.…

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Prep Sport

Carmel Valley runner ‘flips hourglass’ to create stellar career

When Tal Braude first surfaced at Torrey Pines as a freshman, it was assumed he’d be following in the footsteps of his two older brothers, both excellent soccer players for whom competing in track was a…

Jun 27, 2014 / Read More »

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