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The Boys & Girls Clubs of San Dieguito, Casa De Amistad, La Colonia Community Foundation, and the Solana Beach Civic and Historical Society are among the group of nonprofits that will receive Community Grant Awards from the city of Solana Beach this year.
The Del Mar City Council approved a few changes to the 2022-23 budget June 20 based on the latest projections that show a continued but slow recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
With plans underway to expand its Solana Beach location, Ranch 45 restaurant is hoping to gain an increased foothold in the community for customers who want “a more local shop in the neighborhood.”
Special events management company Hits LLC has been awarded the lease to Del Mar Horsepark, after a different company that submitted a winning proposal could not agree on terms.
A grassroots group called Carmel Valley for Equal Justice will hold a regularly scheduled rally at the corner of Del Mar Heights Road and El Camino Real on June 11, marking two years since members starting meeting in the aftermath of George Floyd’s murder.
The Clean Energy Alliance is expecting a surge in revenue and expenditures in next year’s budget due largely to the addition of two new cities, based on a proposed budget presented during a May 26 board of directors meeting.
Since relocating to Del Mar, neurosurgeon Mario Ammirati has continued to advance the use of augmented reality in surgeries for glioblastomas, vestibular schwannomas and related conditions.
Two films by North County filmmakers are part of the lineup at the Blue Water Film Festival June 2-5, with screenings in multiple locations and online in commemoration of World Oceans Day.
“Turn Me On, Dead Man,” a show by two local performers, will be included in this year’s San Diego International Fringe Festival The story is about a studio session for a band’s upcoming album that goes awry when the lead singer’s pursuit of the truth and distortion of reality sets in, according to the festival’s website.