July 17, 2019
Featured News
Season includes a variety of events, additional measures planned to help ensure safety
Carmel Valley man co-wrote script of ‘33 1/3 — House of Dreams’ with the son of legendary music figure Stan Ross
Re-calibrated federal maps show a significant increase in flood danger in Del Mar, where hundreds of homes are near sea level from 17th Street north to the San Dieguito River.
After much discord, elected leaders appeared on Friday, July 12, to have reached an agreement over modernizing the San Diego region’s auto-centric transportation system.
Local residents Madeleine Seabolt and Chris White are heading to the USA Track and Field Junior Olympics to be held July 22-28 in Sacramento, Calif., after winning their javelin competitions.
At this year’s June 2 San Diego Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon, 61-year-old Carmel Valley resident Reza Ghazinouri made history of sorts, running his 100th career marathon 25 years after running his first in 1994 in Florence, Italy.
For any student, freshman year of college is a time that combines a likely move away from the comfort and familiarity of home with the excitement and anxiety of relative autonomy for the first time.
A fundraising soccer tournament organized by two young siblings packed the playing fields of a Carmel Valley school with 65 teams Saturday, June 8, to help find a cure for a rare cancer that targets children.
Fleet Feet in the Village of Pacific Highlands Ranch celebrated Global Running Day on June 5 with “The Big Run”, a free 5K for the local running community.
Accomplished musician Gregory Page to perform at Carmel Valley Library July 10 The Carmel Valley Library Concert Series presents Gregory Page, guitarist/songwriter/balladeer to perform a 45-minute program on Wednesday, July 10 at 6:45 p.m.
In the week between the close of the fair and opening day of the races, Del Mar celebrates its 60th anniversary as a city, and the Del Mar Art Center celebrates its 19th anniversary as a nonprofit artists cooperative with a Grand Opening of a new gallery location.
Del Mar resident Allie James, 16, recently won first place in the Teen Division at the San Diego’s Got Talent contest at the San Diego County Fair.
BikeWalkSolana (bikewalksolana.org) invites bike riders of all ages and experience to a community bike ride, a 10-mile loop highlighting all the neighborhoods of Solana Beach.
Lee Krevat’s podcast allows him to merge many of his interests and skills in one place — his passion for fighting the ill effects of climate change, his talent at improv comedy, his experience in the field of clean energy and his abilities as a rapper.
It was almost 50 years ago when KC and the Sunshine Band, with its charismatic frontman known simply as KC, became a disco-infused music sensation by scoring an impressive five No. 1 singles including “That’s The Way (I Like It)” and “(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty.”
Theo Davies’ new movie, “Wish Man,” is set in Arizona, has been screened in France, stars an Australian and will premiere in Los Angeles this week.
The Solana Beach School District is looking for local artists to help enhance the exterior of Skyline School on Lomas Santa Fe Drive.