Del Mar ‘Delights’: Cheers to the track!
Handpainted wine goblets in the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club colors are $34.95 each at Saratoga Saddlery in the Del Mar Plaza, 1555 Camino del Mar. Part of the Simply Art Collection by Patricia Maeder, the stemware is dishwasher safe, but hand-washing is recommended.
— Susan DeMaggio
WISH I SAID THAT!
“If you make children happy now, you will make them happy 20 years hence by the memory of it.”
— Kate Wiggin
NOW IN THE VERNACULAR
solastalgia: noun. Distress or melancholy caused by a significant change to one’s local environment.
— Source: wordspy.com
TRUE OR FALSE?
Sharks have extremely sensitive hearing.
(True.) They can identify much lower sounds than human ears can detect, and some can hear sounds more than 700 feet away. Some scientists think hearing is typically the first sense sharks use in detecting their prey.
Smell, however, could be the most remarkable of the sharks’ senses. Some sharks may be able to track their prey by smell from up to a mile away, probably by following a trail of microscopic particles of protein or blood.
— Source: shark-world.com
“Get Jazzed on Cedros.” The galleries and shops in Solana Beach will present this event from 12:30 to 5 p.m. July 17 with live jazz music, food and festivities along South Cedros in the Design District. Don’t miss the Summer Invitational of contemporary works at Susan Street’s Fine Art Gallery, 415 S. Cedros, Suite 160.
- Shark week reveals truth about most misunderstood fish
- Aquarium goes deep with Shark Week
- Hands On Cedros grand reopening celebrated
- Dolls dominate on new banked track
- Wine and Spirits Festival delights
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