Copa Vida coffee shop and community hub is now open in Carmel Vallet's Merge center.
Mirza was the featured speaker at the April 11 meeting of the Rancho Santa Fe Literary Society, held at the Fairmont Grand Del Mar Resort. Her book was the first to be published by SJP for Hogarth, the new imprint of actress and producer Sarah Jessica Parker.
When it comes to authentic narrative, Jim Dutton is the real deal. This longtime Del Mar resident had an impressive career as a lifelong prosecutor. He retired five years ago from that profession and has now started a new career as a professional novelist.
The Del Mar-based nonprofit Nature and Culture International is being featured in a special episode of the PBS series The Visionaries for its critical work in saving the environment. The episode is called “Guardians of the Forest” and will air on Saturday, April 20 on KPBS2 at 5 p.m.
His cancer screening saved his life and possibly the lives of others.
John Wood’s volunteerism earns him “tent guy” rep.
Carmel Valley resident Danielle Depratt Koelbl and her five-year-old daughter Taylor recently published "The Girl Who Loves Unicorns" and "The Girl Who Asked For Presents".
Who better to know and respond to the needs of seniors than seniors themselves? A franchise organization called Seniors Helping Seniors capitalizes on that concept, acknowledging that seniors are more open to care when the caregiver is a peer who can relate to them on a personal level.
Concert benefit to be held May 3
When singer David Archuleta rolls into the San Diego area for a show at Escondido’s California Center for the Performing Arts on April 17, it will be a homecoming of sorts.
Nonprofit offers coaches for sports and for life.
Red Effect Firness in Carmel Valley offers infrared enhanced studios for cycling, kickboxing and interval training classes as well as personal infrared saunas.
Encinitas resident Joy Singleton is a shining example of someone who grew up in challenging circumstances and rose above them to change the lives of others who find themselves in the same place.
Looking for volunteers to train.
Carmel Valley resident Frank Whelan has a soft spot in his heart for those struggling with intellectual and developmental disabilities. He’s passionate about helping people become fully participating members of their communities.
Sandy Marriott Bertha, longtime Olivenhain resident and philanthropist, has been chosen to receive the 14th Annual Distinguished Achievement Award at a fundraiser to benefit the launch of the Newborn Safe Sleep Center at Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas.
Scott Warren grew up in Del Mar until he was eight years old. After that, his childhood horizons expanded beyond anything his young imagination could conjure up.
Two years after the terrorist attacks on 9/11, Sarah Ansari launched Artizara, a San Diego-based modest Muslim fashion line designed to showcase the positivity and diversity of Muslim immigrants like herself who have made America their home.
Last summer, Jeff Owen, a social science teacher at Torrey Pines High School and the head of the school’s PALs organization (an acronym for Peer Assistant Listeners) read 2002 grad and Encinitas resident Sebastian Slovin’s book “Ashes in the Ocean.”
Gen819 has been around since 2008 when owner Marcus Maedl realized that solar roofing was an expanding industry where his services would always be in demand.
A Torrey Pines High School grad and Carmel Valley native will bring television audiences into San Diego with his new NBC sitcom, "Abby's." Josh Malmuth, the show's creator and executive producer, sets the show, premiering Thursday, March 28 at 9:30 p.m., at an unlicensed backyard bar in San Diego’s...
Carmel Valley resident Sandra Maas to serve as emcee for the March 29 ceremony.
Andrew Sean Greer’s fifth novel, “Less,” marks a departure for the author in a number of ways - he used more autobiographical detail than in his other books, he infused the story with humor in a way he hadn’t done before, and the book’s main character is gay, another first for his novels. One more...
Transitioning out of the military can be a tricky thing. Although service members go through training to make the transition easier, many vets say the training is too broad and doesn’t help them land a position in the working world. That’s where the nonprofit Workshops for Warriors comes in.
Cheryl Holsworth oversees Sharp Memorial Hospital’s bariatric surgery staff.
The Gary and Mary West Foundation has awarded more than $200 million in grants to date.
How did Celia Sciacca’s father learn that she’d finally received the horse she’d been asking for, for years? Seeing his 10-year-old ride that horse on the highway.
The Del Mar-Solana Beach Rotary Club recently presented a $3,000 check to Casa de Amistad in DMSB Rotary’s continuing support of Casa’s many educational and character development programs for underserved children, teens and families in coastal North County San Diego.
The 6-foot 2-inch-tall running back is chasing his dreams to be the first-ever blind NFL running back. With a 45-yard touchdown under his belt, Adonis proves he is more than just a competitor; he is the one to watch on the field.
More than 200 high school students from around the county headed to this year’s Canyon Crest Academy Writers’ Conference on campus Saturday, Feb. 23.
Deacon Al Graff, of St. James and St. Leo Church in Solana Beach, celebrated his centenarian birthday Jan. 23 with 250 guests from the church and the organizations he was instrumental in.
It was a singular time in both North San Diego and extreme sports history, and Steve Sherman, camera in hand, had a front row seat.
Dr. Emily Engel of Carmel Valley specializes in treating migraines.
A Sephora is coming to Carmel Valley's One Paseo this summer, the first in the North County San Diego.
J.P. Dalton pulled from his years of experience as a journalist and his wife's request to craft his first fiction book, "Where the Campaign Ends." What rounded out the romance story even more, the author said, was the location — a little city called Del Mar.
A surprise donation is making it happen.
Also awarded two film school scholarships.
If you were a TV watcher in 2004, chances are you remember the Wofford family of Encinitas.
Geree McDermott, who now lives in Chile, wrote "The Swirling Red Mist: A Tale of Murder" during after a battle with her own nemesis — cancer.
Dr. Terry M. Williams, of Leucadia, and Aaron Linsdau, of Oregon, release "Adventure Expedition One" on Feb. 15, following personal experience and four years of research. The book aims to be the ultimate guide for explorers, including information on preparation, financing and training.
During a 32-year-career as a high school English teacher, Robert Pacilio figures he performed roughly 28,000 one-hour "shows" before his students.
Twins Cade and Makena Kronemyer don’t look too much alike, their personalities are noticeably different and their interests spread broadly in opposite directions. But twice this past year, the 18-year-old Carmel Valley siblings earned twin achievements. In 2018, both were named to the San Diego...
The first retail tenants in Carmel Valley's One Paseo are set to open on March 1
The day-long event, which is free and open to the public, will include author talks, book signings, readings, workshops, crafts, live music and educational panels.
A relatively new industry that manufactures and markets products containing cannabidiol (CBD) oil, which is extracted from the hemp plant, just received a major boost with the federal government’s decision to remove hemp products from its list of controlled substances.
To raise money for research in search of a cure for Duchenne muscular dystrophy, both families have organized a fundraiser called Love Cures.
Fusion Dance opened in Solana Beach in September.
A North County couple has opened a new studio in Encinitas to give locals more options for yoga. Rebekah Cunningham opened The Hot Room at 207 South El Camino Real suite A, in January. The studio offers hot yoga, or yoga sessions in a heated room, with classes in Traditional Bikram, Vinyasa, Hot...
To cap her 50th year in the industry, Zandra Rhodes will release a book all about her career, as well as a London exhibition. Both events are expected to happen in the fall.
Growing up as the only child of Chinese immigrants, Lisa Ko used her imagination to populate the world around her, writing stories to combat loneliness.