Sep. 19, 2019
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The Del Mar Union School District is opposing a marijuana retail facility that has been proposed right next door to its maintenance and technology office in Sorrento Valley.
The KAABOO festival has new owners, three days after entering into a multiyear partnership with the San Diego Padres and moving from Del Mar to Petco Park
The Del Mar Union School District is narrowing down its options on where to house Del Mar Heights School students during the one-year construction of the new school in 2020-21.
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Football: Torrey Pines rallied from a late deficit to defeat previously unbeaten San Pasqual 24-14 in a nonleague game on Sept. 13.
La Costa Canyon senior Sophia Tulino recently recited a series of goals that she and the team had for the 2019 season.
Last fall, the Canyon Crest girls tennis team was responsible for one of the biggest sports stories in the young campus’s 15 years of existence.
Football: Torrey Pines defeated Olympian 10-7 in a nonleague game on Sept. 6.
On Sunday, Aug. 25, Youth Golf Alliance, recently founded by several local high school girls and boys varsity golf team members from Canyon Crest Academy and Torrey Pines High School, successfully held a free golf clinic for local kids in 5th-9th grade who aspire to play high school golf and beyond.
Torrey Pines High School’s girls junior varsity volleyball team won the Gold Division of the 2019 Tesoro JV Tournament Aug. 31, placing first out of the 26 teams that competed.
After winning the 2018 CIF boys and girls CIF Division II Championships, the La Costa Canyon cross country team sports a run of four consecutive years with dual section victories.
A team of young swimmers from Rancho San Dieguito Swim Team came out on top in the Swim24 Challenge at the Boys & Girls Club of San Dieguito - Solana Beach, Harper Branch on Aug. 24-25.
Boys & Girls Clubs of San Dieguito received a $50,000 donation from the Zephyr Foundation, the nonprofit arm of Zephyr Partners, to help support their programs and services for local youth.
After many years as a successful single-day event during the annual San Diego International Jewish Film Festival, short films were spun off into a festival of their own.
The Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce is preparing for the inaugural Fiesta del Sol Battle of the Bands on Sept. 16, 5-9 p.m., at the Belly Up.
From June to August, the Alliance of Youth Leaders in the United States (AYLUS), a student-run nonprofit volunteer organization with students from the Bishop’s School, Canyon Crest Academy, Cathedral Catholic High School, and Torrey Pines High School, organized 16 “English for the Elderly” events to teach English to new immigrants.
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CAVA opened this summer in One Paseo, hoping to put an end to the notion that eating healthy has to be devoid of flavor.
“This One Step,” a five-minute film directed by Del Mar-based sisters Austin and Westin Ray, will be included in this year’s GI Film Festival, taking place at multiple San Diego venues from Sept. 24-29.
Lydia Cutler, a Solana Beach resident, self-published a novel based on her experience as an immigrant from the Soviet Union who came to the U.S. with her husband and young son in the 1970s.
Peggy Stokes, an artist based in Solana Beach, will be featured on the Australian TV series “Colour in Your Life,” with an all-day filming session in her home studio scheduled for Sept. 11.
The stages will soon be set for the KAABOO music festival, returning to the Del Mar Fairgrounds Sept. 13-15 for its fifth year.
“Take Me Home Huey,” a 56-minute documentary about a Rancho Santa Fe-based artist turning a Vietnam War helicopter into a work of art, will kick off this year’s GI Film Festival.
When the singer-songwriter Jake Smith, otherwise known by his stage moniker The White Buffalo, was growing up in Los Angeles he can recall a distinct recollection of his earliest brush with music.
Tenth Avenue Arts Center will host “No Distractions,” the first full-length play from a theater company run by a local college student who wants to get more youth involved in the medium, from Aug. 29-31.
Rehearsals are underway for “Amadeus,” the North Coast Repertory Theatre’s 38th season-opening show that debuts Sept. 4.
Color Counter, the new “go-to” location for a quick hair color fix, has become one of the busiest tenants in Carmel Valley’s One Paseo.
Hall Private Wealth Advisors (HPWA), a boutique wealth-management practice, has reached record asset levels recently, through new clientele and higher-than-industry-average new asset growth.
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