May 31, 2020
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General manager says property in dire financial straits and needs $20 million in federal aid
The City of Del Mar is set to open its beaches, Powerhouse and Seagrove parks on Tuesday, June 2, for sunbathing and relaxing with household members, according to a city news release.
A San Diego doctor is accused of hailing hydroxychloroquine as a ‘miracle cure’ to an undercover FBI agent posing as a prospective patient
Family, friends and more are congratulating the seniors in the Teen Volunteers in Action – San Diego Chapter 2 for their many accomplishments.
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After beginning his 30th season as a polo announcer in February, Del Mar resident Steve Lewandowski had to step away from the booth after the novel coronavirus outbreak postponed all sporting events for the foreseeable future.
It was a one-of-a-kind half marathon, the first invitational professional race since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
When North County high school athletes, coaches and administrators return to the fields, courts and pools in 2020-21, they’ll find a familiar face in a new role but still passionately supporting their endeavors as he has in one form or another for the past 26 years.
Professional tennis player Brandon Nakashima, a Carmel Valley resident, showed his appreciation for frontline workers battling the COVID-19 pandemic by donating 40 pairs of tennis shoes to urgent care team members at Sharp Rees-Stealy Sorrento Mesa.
Torrey Pines High School has honored two of its outstanding graduating seniors as the Scholar Athletes of the Year.
The Torrey Pines High School football program celebrated its 14 graduating seniors with surprise lawn signs last week, giving a boost of encouragement to those seniors who are missing so much during the stay-at-home order.
Be it at the high school, college or professional level, one of the things you’re likely to hear from any athletic administrator is that “no two days are ever the same.”
Josh Lewin’s voice begins the countdown, a sequence that might have accompanied any of his UCLA radio play-by-play calls over the years.
From virtual basketball practice to Zoom music jams, Boys & Girls Clubs of San Dieguito is officially online.
On Memorial Day, May 25, Solana Beach Boy Scout Troop 782 continued an honored tradition by cleaning and decorating the San Dieguito Academy Veterans’ Memorial.
Although school may be coming to a close, that’s not stopping Rajit, a rising sophomore at UC Berkeley and CCA alumni, and Riya Agarwal, a senior at Torrey Pines High School and rising freshman at UCSD, from working hard to provide healthcare access to seniors in San Diego.
Like so many other nonprofits, the Canyon Crest Academy Foundation was disappointed when it became clear that its main fundraising event of the year had to be canceled due to the global coronavirus pandemic.
After the initial success of donating homemade face shields to local hospital Palomar Health, Youth Golf Alliance (YGA) continues to donate thousands of face shields to several high-risk facilities: YGA member Johnavon Kim delivered 100 face shields to LightBridge Hospice & Palliative Care; Spencer Zhang delivered 200 face shields to HarborView Senior Assisted Living and The Springs at Pacific Regent; Sofina Firouzi delivered 200 face shields to the County of San Diego/Rady Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, the five-year-old Solana Beach Eco Rotary Club is holding virtual gatherings to continue expanding its reach.
Sage Canyon School held a virtual talent show with students dancing, singing and playing musical instruments in their living rooms, decorated garages and in their backyards.
The Art Alley on Cedros, a free outdoor art museum in Solana Beach, is welcoming visitors back as the state gradually lifts public health restrictions put in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Here are some “Best Bets” for online activities to undertake on your smart phone, computer or tablet during your stay-at-home, quarantine quandary.
A shortened version of the annual event will be held in August, but much of the three-week festival’s 2020 programming will be moved to next year.
Car trips are the focus of Joe Yogerst’s new guide, ‘100 Drives, 5,000 ideas’
Visitors to the Timken’s website can binge-watch on the museum’s YouTube channel as the museum curator takes the viewer on a deep dive into selected works and the artists who created them.
The Old Globe regards William Shakespeare as its premiere resident playwright, whose works and universal themes continue to resonate more than 400 years after his plays were written.
Closed since mid-March because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Belly Up nightclub has devised a novel way to keep the music playing while the 46-year-old Solana Beach venue entered its ninth week of being shuttered.
“One Theatre. One Story.” project aims to enlighten audiences about theaters’ relevance and their ongoing fight for survival during pandemic
A Del Mar board game creator donated 100 sets of his latest game to the local UPS Store for families to pick up and play at home as they shelter in place because of COVID-19.
When Daria Carey, a real estate agent at Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty in Del Mar, realized early on that everyone was going to be dealing with COVID-19 for some time she got busy making masks for family, friends and co-workers.
Business Spotlight: “We’re here to provide care for anybody,” said Tanya Finnerty, owner of Homewatch Caregivers in La Jolla.
Jersey Mike’s has opened its newest sandwich shop in the Village of Pacific Highlands Ranch on April 29.
Del Mar’s Kim Kelly Fit has launched a new virtual workout studio, serving up a mix of strength and cardio classes that can be done at home.
Amid the novel coronavirus outbreak, Chimney Sweeps, Inc., is still providing inspections, repairs and other services to its customers throughout the San Diego County region.
At age 92, Bob Deane, an entrepreneur with a San Marcos-based company, is still almost as self-reliant as anyone.
Garage Door Medics has grown from a single location in San Diego to 10 offices in five states — all under the ownership of San Diegan Mick Dapcevic . “I won’t franchise; I want to be sure our integrity is maintained in each office; similar to Starbucks,” he said.
Griffin Ace Hardware is celebrating nearly 30 years as Carmel Valley’s neighborhood hardware store with a complete remodel.