A beautiful day in the countryside setting of Rancho Santa Fe was the site for last Sunday’s San Diego Ferrari Owners Club’s “Ferraris at Cielo” car show.
Many of us have not driven very much during COVID-19.
Last week I was excited to go out on my first of hopefully many major photo shoots since I began to shelter in place for the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020.
After all the tumult at the San Dieguito Union High School District – with the appointment of new board member Ty Humes, the resignation of Superintendent Robert Haley, and the appointment of interim Superintendent Lucile Lynch – my hope was that the community would give the district some breathing room to regain its footing and engage in a fresh start.
KITCHEN SHRINK: In a society obsessed with aging and an admiration for youth, it’s funny that in the food world many old ones are actually revered and coveted for their fine qualities acquired through years of maturation.
KITCHEN SHRINK: The other day at the dairy aisle of the supermarket, nostalgia reared its head as I overheard a little girl innocently insult her grandmother.
Three different events this month mark holiday celebrating the emancipation of enslaved Black Americans
Scaled-down version of the San Diego County Fair still a draw for the “regulars” who love the food, shopping and piglet races
The North Shore Girls Softball 10U Silver 2 team won the Bronze championship in the Scripps Ranch All-Star Tournament on June 5-6.
The Del Mar Little League Majors Diamondbacks team claimed victory in their Tournament Championship on Thursday, May 27, with a 5-1 win over the Majors Padres in the finals.
The Girls in STEM program will provide a series of beginner and advanced workshops this summer.
The city of San Diego is in the process of securing contracts for an asphalt resurfacing project that will include the residential streets north of Del Mar Heights Road.
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