Miracle Babies, a nonprofit organization that provides financial and emotional support to families with critically ill babies in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), has named Carmel Valley resident Jill Epstein as its executive director.
Live Like Kayla held its second annual fundraising golf tournament recently
Seven years ago, while in college, Ari Mannis decided to enter a stand-up comedy competition on a whim. From there, the Del Mar native has gone on to share the stage with various comedians in Southern California but will soon tackle his biggest performance yet — the KAABOO comedy stage. Mannis,...
Carmel Valley resident Sheri Kono held her sixth annual Summer Run Club 5K on Aug. 5.
Tasha Donahue’s “Toward the Sun” revolves around life of Cold-War bride
KIDBOX, the only kids' style box “offering cool brands, amazing prices, and a mission to clothe one million kids in need,” recently announced the appointment of its new Kids Board of Directors for the 2018-2019 term, according to a news release.
Nearly two weeks after falling off his horse and sustaining a spinal cord injury in Del Mar, Hall of Fame jockey Victor Espinoza walked into a conference room at Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas on Aug. 2 and said he's hoping he'll ride again someday but his main focus is getting better. Espinoza,...
Foodies and reggae lovers won’t want to miss out on events at the Del Mar Racetrack on Saturday, Aug. 11—in addition to the races the day will include the Gourmet Food Truck Festival and the annual Reggae Fest featuring Ziggy Marley. The 8th annual Gourmet Food Truck Festival will be held from...
Road Runner Sports is now open on Highway 101 in Solana Beach
Panda will speak about the intersection of health and circadian rhythm at a public event at the Salk Institute from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 12, as part of Salk's "Back to Basics" lecture series.
Girl Scouts Agnes Lin, sisters Julie and Jaycie Roshala, and Katherine Weinzierl — all from Encinitas — have earned the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest achievement in Girl Scouting.
Dr. Ed Siegel continues to spread joy through music
Del Mar Highlands Town Center's expansion will include an expanded Jimbo's and a new Sky Deck destination, eight to ten eateries, a central cocktail bar and outdoor beer garden.
Encinitas' The Brewers Taproom will celebrate its one-year anniversary Thursday, July 26 through Saturday July 28 with the release of a new collaboration beer with Dos Desparados and specials all weekend.
Carmel Valley resident Janine Mason was selected as a Fellow for the 9th Annual Catholic Leadership Certificate Program at the University of Notre Dame July 7-14.
Girl Scouts Caroline Mackey, McKenna Pruett, Alice Shashkina, Navhaa Sinha, and Dora Tabachnick—all from Carmel Valley—have earned the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest achievement in Girl Scouting.
An accomplished Carmel Valley pianist/composer will return home to San Diego later this month for two special collaborative performances. Chase Morrin, 24, will present concerts at a biology and biotech-focused TEDX talk at the Salk Institute on July 28, 1 p.m., and at Dizzy's jazz club on July...
Leaders of American Association of University Women Del Mar-Leucadia Branch were inspired by presentations at the 94th AAUW California Convention in Irvine, Calif.
The Del Mar Racing season kicks off on July 18, pairing the horse races with a line-up of events including live music and delicious food and drinks. The first major event is the Burgers & Brews Invitational on Saturday, July 21, showcasing the top burger establishments in all of San Diego alongside...
Seven local teens received tablets donated through a team-building workshop hosted by ServiceNow and moderated by Impact4Good.
Carmel Valley's One Paseo lineup adds a coal-fired pizzeria from URBN Pizza, home-style bakery SusieCakes and CAVA, an authentic Greek Mediterranean fast-casual restaurant.
The 36-day meet at the seaside oval will commence July 18 and continue through Labor Day, Sept. 3, featuring 41 stakes races worth $7.3 million and plenty of activities for people of all ages.
July 18 is Opening Day at Del Mar, one of the major events on the San Diego social calendar. The scene is jubilant and colorful, filled with over-the-top headgear, fashionable wardrobes, bright jockey silks and gleaming horses.
One of the funniest things you'll ever see on stage is coming to North Coast Repertory Theater (NCRT) in Solana Beach, starting July 11. With a book by "No No Nanette" writer Bert Shevelove and super-funnyman Larry Gelbart (creator of "M*A*S*H") and music and lyrics by Steven Sondheim, how could...
The Miracle League of San Diego has around 250 players, 300 volunteers who are paired with each player to assist them, 60 coaches and hundreds more volunteers to help out each season at Engel Family Field at San Dieguito County Park in Del Mar and Solana Beach.
Carmel Piazza celebrated the grand re-opening of Pavilions.
Solutions for Change, a nonprofit dedicated to solving family homelessness in San Diego county, needed a refrigerated van to deliver its produce to schools around the county. Del Mar-Solana Beach Rotary rose to the occasion by funding a large part of the van’s cost with a $25,000 check.
Joel Gomez, 14, who was born with legal blindness, will always remember the very first moment in his entire life he was able to finally see clearly. It was at a San Diego-area technology convention and he was intrigued by a booth courtesy of the company eSight.
Sofia Keyes, an incoming senior at Pacific Ridge School in Carlsbad, created a project called Keyes to Freedom. The 17-year-old's organization creates and sells jewelry in the form of keys with amethyst pendants to raise money for nonprofits that raise awareness for human trafficking.
Former Solana Beach residents Glen and Debbie Kirkpatrick wrote a book about their journey coping with husband’s three-decade health battle.
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.