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Del Mar Heights art show, science fair

Del Mar Heights art show

Del Mar Heights families attended a Science Fair, Art Show and Open House on April 3 at the school. The event included a multi-media display of students’ art work and interactive art stations.

Young Del Mar group gathers at Hotel Indigo

Young Del Mar group gathers at hotel indigo

The Del Mar Foundation’s Young Del Mar, a new iteration of its Children’s Committee, held its first gathering for Del Mar parents at Hotel Indigo on April 1. More than 70 parents, friends and neighbors turned out to enjoy a glass of wine and appetizers.

Torrey Pines dancers excel at nationals

Torrey Pines dancers excel at nationals

Torrey Pines High School dancers won trophies in every category they entered recently at the United Spirit Association 2014 Nationals & Championships in Anaheim.

Del Mar Rotarians spring into service projects

By Emily Figueiredo, Club Publicity Chair With the sun shining and spring in the air, the Del Mar Rotarians are busy with service projects to benefit local community members and international efforts. April 26 will mark the international “Rotarians At Work Day” with hundreds of thousands of Rotarians all doing service projects in their communities [...]

A heart for the community is needed — voice your support for One Paseo

I’m a 14-year Carmel Valley resident, one whose views are not represented by the author of the letter to the editor (March 22, “One Paseo Undecided . . .”).  I am not undecided.  My husband and I, friends and neighbors are very much decided.  We want One Paseo, its main street and the amenities it [...]

New law means redevelopers will have an easier time getting a variance

2026 Seaview Ave. development

This letter is in response to the published article titled “Court decision clarifies code issue.” The information in that article did not completely address the hardship issue for granting a variance. The article states that the Design Review Board approved Jon Scurlock’s development application in June 2010; concluding that constructing the new house on the [...]

Three new businesses open at Flower Hill Promenade’s Row Collective

Laurie Libman-Wilson recently brought Studio Penny Lane to Flower Hill’s Row Collective. Courtesy photo

An artisan jewelry maker who plays on the ordinary beauty of the penny; a former Canyon Crest Academy art teacher who makes textile masterpieces; a young father who found a way to repurpose his son’s baby food jars into a full time gig; a handful of shop owners and artisans who treasure the local and unique, both the traditional and the eclectic: This is the Row Collective at Flower Hill Promenade.

Del Mar Highlands Dentistry holds grand opening

Del Mar Highlands Dentist Grand Opening

Del Mar Highlands Dentistry held a grand opening event March 27 at its new location in the Del Mar Highlands Town Center (right next to Sammy’s restaurant).

Kahoots Feed and Pet Stores launch ‘best prices ever on the most popular pet products’

Kahoots Feed and Pet Stores have been faithfully serving communities in Southern California since 1987. Courtesy photo

Along with the new price rollout is the launch of the new Kahoots website, which includes new detailed descriptions of Kahoots products. They will also be offering bi-weekly emails which will highlight special buys, new products, community events, and healthcare and training tips from specialists. You can visit KahootsFeedandPet.com to sign up for their emails. Or, if you’re on Facebook, you can connect with the Kahoots community, where it’s all about life with our pets. They offer frequent contests, giveaways, and are always around to answer questions you may have.

Mrs. Paige Rollins: An exceptional person and teacher

Mrs. Paige Rollins visiting her class and the ladybugs. Courtesy photo

It can be very difficult to break a cycle.

As a high school sophomore, that cycle is school, stress and lack of sleep. This recurring, unyielding pattern seldom provides an opportunity for us to reflect on the happy years of elementary school with 15 minutes maximum of homework and all the leisure time in the world. The focus is on the future, not the past, and we are hard-pressed to remember details of our lives from the fleeting glimpses we catch while continuing our cycle. Mrs. Paige Rollins, however, can see much more than a glimpse of everything, or at least, me.

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