The Wine Barrel and Carmel Valley's first tasting room Mason Ale Works are now open in Merge.
Now, she serves as the club’s aquatics director and oversees a staff of seven instructors. Joanne McDonald estimates that each summer she and the instructors teach 800 to 1,000 students from ages 3 and up how to swim.
Del Mar resident Brian Schmaltz is a mechanical engineer by trade and vintner by choice, running his own boutique wine label Library Collection.
Sunia Yoga yoga pants was founded by a local Carmel Valley mom.
Yoga Six is now open in the Torrey Hills Shopping Center.
Canyon Crest Academy Envision Cinema Conservatory students Melanie An and Reed Martin along with Coordinator Mark Raines represented the school at the 52nd annual California Student Media Festival awards ceremony held June 2 at the Harmony Gold Preview House in Los Angeles.
San Diego County consumers looking for fresh, organic, ready-to-eat meals, cold-pressed juices and snacks now have a new choice. Urban Remedy, which sells its foods and juices in kiosks, stores and online, recently opened in San Diego County -- only the second market for the nearly 10-year-old...
Steve Lewandowski enters his 28th season announcing matches at the fields off Via de la Valle.
The scholarship recipients will be feted at Don Diego’s Dinner and Kansas Concert Gala at the Fair on June 7
Pacific Ridge School students recently raised $1,000 to assist the Aloha School in Kauai, which was completely flooded during the island’s record-breaking rains last month.
Encinitas jewelry designer Lisette Polny wasn’t at the royal wedding, but her jewelry played a key role.
Joe & The Juice, The Butchery and North Italia have been added to the tenant lineup at One Paseo. The first tenants are slated to open in 2019.
This year, from June 1 to July 4, the San Diego County Fair will have a theme of "How Sweet It Is." Decadent selections include a cotton candy ice cream sandwich and bacon-wrapped baklava.
The competition was the first-ever of its kind and it was held at SoCal Pianos Recital Hall, home of Steinway & Sons Pianos, in San Marcos.
At once somber and celebratory, 19 women of Del Mar will gather next week in one of their homes to award $20,000 in grants to three nonprofits that survived the women's vet-and-vote elimination to become the inaugural donees of the Del Mar Women's Giving Collective.
One of Anne Liu’s early memories is of watching her older brother play the piano. She was 2 years old and recalls being fascinated by the black-and-white instrument and the clear sounds it produced.
The San Dieguito River Park is inaugurating a scholarship program with awards to two Canyon Crest Academy seniors, Keana Oldham and Grace Wesson
At-risk children throughout San Diego County will receive free books and enjoy read-aloud sessions with some of San Diego’s most prominent politicians, media personalities and other local celebrities acting as honorary readers in Words Alive classrooms across the region.
Torrey Pines High School freshman Zander Samarasinghe, with the help of the Associated Student Body, collected over 200 pounds of school supplies for orphanages in Sri Lanka.
It’s a Tuesday evening at KGTV’s San Diego newsroom and Ben Higgins has a close eye on the night’s Padres game in advance of his sportscast for the night’s edition of 10 News at 11.
Bird Rock Coffee Roasters is set to open its new location on Carmel Valley Road next week.
Several decades ago, an ambitious minister, Father Joe Carroll, and a successful businessman, Jim Mulvaney Sr., united to address what they perceived as troubling issues in San Diego.
The "Growing Kindness in Sunshine" program at Flower Hill Promenade features four months of activities and events designed to inspire kindness.
On April 16, IDW announced that Netflix had ordered a 10-episode run with Ian Somerhalder — he of Vampire Diaries and LOST fame — in one of the two leading roles. Filming is expected to start this summer.
The album, officially released April 27, raised about $400 for Happy Star Melodies from the title submissions alone.
A portion of every case sold of Ballast Point's "Made in San Diego" will go to the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation's entrepreneurship fund.
Filmed in November and set to air Sunday, April 29 at 8 p.m. — during sweeps week, no less — the episode puts Channah on stage for a whirling dervish routine with her signature bo staff, a weapon that has brought her multiple world titles.
Now in its third year, Rebelle fields up to 50 two-women teams in a 10-day navigational challenge across 1,200 miles of deserts and backcountry.
A committee comprised of Canyon Crest Academy (CCA) students is hoping to change its peers' perspectives on how they can influence their communities through an April 21 event inspired by Tedx Youth talks. The committee of 33 members, also known as student leaders, has been working since the fall...
Barbara Gay, of Carmel Valley, and Libby Nickel, of Poway, teamed up last summer to create the "Travis and Mollie" children's book series.
Professionals in addiction treatment and awareness will come together in Rancho Santa Fe on April 16 to discuss opioid use and prevention. The event, presented by the national Hazelden Betty Ford Institute for Recovery Advocacy in collaboration with the 15-month-old Betty Ford Center in San Diego,...
Sidecar Doughnuts & Coffee is coming to Del Mar Highlands Town Center this fall, filling the space left vacant by Bath and Body Works. Since its first brick-and-mortar opened in Los Angeles in 2013, Sidecar has been recognized as home of the “World’s Freshest Doughnuts” and is known for its unique...
USO San Diego’s 77th Annual Stars and Stripes Gala: For Love of Country will be held May 5 at the San Diego Marriott Marquis and Marina.
Ansari and a friend started Artizara 15 years ago as a way to creatively celebrate their Muslim identity after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Ansari said the tragedies led much of the American public to think of all Muslims as the same and in a negative light.
Leading national voices will join local leaders for a wide-ranging community discussion on substance use and addiction April 16 in Rancho Santa Fe at The Nativity School Holy Family Activity Center. The event—to be presented by the Hazelden Betty Ford Institute for Recovery Advocacy, a trusted...
John Allcock sat down on Father’s Day of 2009 to type out the email he had long wanted to send his three daughters: he had finally found clarity for the book that he had promised them he would someday write.
Dr. Richard Brown wrote "Scalpel's Cut," a medical thriller whose story line revolves around a shadowy group called the Cooperative, which is perpetrating a massive fraud at a hospital.
Torrey Pines HS Yellow Ribbon Week focused on suicide prevention and student connections.
Head’s up, Instagrammers: Wildly colorful unicorn milkshakes, cocoas and cakes are about to materialize in Del Mar. Orange County’s famed Crème & Sugar dessert shop has picked a strip-mall shop on Del Mar Heights Road as the location for its second store, which opens March 17 at noon. Ever since...
From the Bay Area’s Silicon Valley to San Diego’s Carmel Valley, a growing number of women are embracing an approach toward leading fulfilling lives that was developed by Stanford University educators.
Hours after surveying the Lilac fire’s grim fallout in Del Mar, Michelle Storm took to Facebook. In the three days since the blaze tore through San Luis Rey Downs—killing nearly 50 horses on Dec. 7 and displacing the training facility’s live-in workers—Del Mar Racetrack had become a makeshift sanctuary...
Shake Shack, Tender Greens and Parakeet Café are among the latest announced tenants for Carmel Valley's One Paseo.
Gracie Howard will appear on the show's Season 6 premiere at 8 p.m., Friday, March 2, on Fox.
A young, local martial arts champion is taking her talents to a new venue this weekend — a popular tween television show. Channah Zeitung, 9, will have a guest role on the scripted Nickelodeon show "Game Shakers" on Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. The sitcom, one of the highest rated on the children's television...
Brooke Eisenberg, the former mayor and unapologetic firebrand, returned to her native New York City recently after carving out a 30-year legacy as a fierce-some would say rabble-rousing-advocate for transparent government and constrained growth.
When her mother died two years ago, Yasmin Shah decided to share her story - and those of others she had met - as the primary caregiver for her aging parents.
Everyone has good days and bad days. But it took a 7-year-old who lost his mom to cancer last fall to imagine “Noah’s Good Days, Bad Days Journal.” Noah Orion, a second-grader at Del Mar Hills Academy, came up with the idea last summer when he stapled together two different sets of blank printer...
Torrey Pines High School senior Sophia LeRose got the community moving with her Sweat for a Cure event on Feb. 3. Over 100 participants came out for the bootcamp benefit for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. “It was an amazing experience to see so many people come out and support the Leukemia...
In support of "SuperBowl Of Caring" efforts to feed the needy around “Super Bowl” week, Junior Optimist Club members from the Canyon Crest Academy and Carmel Valley Middle School Junior Optimist Clubs, along with parents and friends, performed community service at the San Diego Food Bank.
For four months, almost 50 juniors from High Tech High North County, a charter school in San Marcos, amassed eye-opening lessons on the watershed’s biology and history.