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The Wine Sellar & Brasserie offers high-quality wine, food, storage space and more

Lori and Gary Parker are celebrating The Wine Sellar’s 30th anniversary.  Photo by Bill Wechter, UT San Diego

The Wine Sellar & Brasserie will celebrate its 30th anniversary this year. Like any fine vintage, the Sellar has simply gotten better with age, adding onto its public wine storage facility as customers requested more and more.

Now it is much more than just storage space: The WineSellar & Brasserie is a full-service wine shop, a fine dining destination in the upstairs Brasserie, and a spot for happy hours and tastings at the downstairs Casual Side. The WineSellar and Brasserie also offers a unique monthly wine club and off-the-beaten track wine tour excursions to wine regions such as Spain, France, South Africa and, next year, Italy.

Classical music calms canine companions

Dave Roberts

When I return home after a long day, I love being greeted our rescued boxer, Cutie Patootie. When I pet that dog, I can feel the stress sheet right off of me.

Our dogs do so much for us. For all of the comfort they provide, what can we do for them when they face stressful situations? One simple answer is to play classical music.

Dawn Danielson, director of the county’s Department of Animal Services, says that her staff plays music at all three county shelters. Music is proven to calm a distressed dog’s nerves.

Del Mar residents remember 9/11

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For the past 13 years, Del Mar residents have placed 3,000 flags at Powerhouse Park to remember those who died in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

One Paseo: The tide has turned!

Thank you Carmel Valley, for your great turnout at the Aug. 28 Carmel Valley Planning Board meeting. More than 400 of you attended to voice your opposition to this One Paseo, many of you standing for hours to add your applause as we exposed Kilroy’s many incorrect statements and exaggerations.

How Carmel Valley really feels

I was thrilled to see how many people attended the Aug. 28 Carmel Valley Planning Board meeting to express their opposition to Kilroy’s One Paseo project. County Supervisor Dave Roberts even showed up to voice his concerns.

Support for One Paseo

This debate has too often become monopolized by the loud and abrasive voices of those who not only oppose One Paseo, but really oppose any change or growth within our community.

One Paseo will give a central heart to Carmel Valley

This letter was sent to the Carmel Valley Community Planning Board and to this newspaper for publication: Dear Chairman White and Members of the Carmel Valley Planning Board, I’m a business owner in Carmel Valley and I love this community! My business is expanding and I looked at other areas when considering relocating but now [...]

North County Interiors has been helping residents beautify homes for almost 40 years

North County Interiors has had a dramatic exterior overhaul in the last six months.

North County Interiors has been providing high quality flooring and window coverings in Encinitas for 38 years. The company has become well known for its products, design, installation and customer service.

Torrey Pines High School Pop Warner Falcons ready to fly

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As is their tradition, Torrey Pines Pop Warner football and cheerleading squads paraded around Falcon Stadium Aug. 29 during Torrey Pines varsity home opener’s halftime.

Amenities at Remington Club in Rancho Bernardo make senior living easier, elegant

The Remington Club is within walking distance of Rancho Bernardo Shopping Plaza and a 72-hole golf course. Courtesy photo

Conveniently located within walking distance of the upscale Rancho Bernardo Shopping Plaza, yet enjoying scenic views of Rancho Bernardo close to a 72-hole golf course, is the award-winning Remington Club.

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