When Candice Kumai spoke recently at The Grauer School in Encinitas, the event marked a homecoming for the author, TV personality, entrepreneur and chef.
Joe Yogerst has visited or lived in about 130 countries over the past 30-plus years in his capacity as a travel writer, editor, photographer and author. But when it came to the setting of his first novel, he chose San Diego, where he was born and raised and still lives.
Del Mar voters will get to weigh in on Nov. 6 on a ballot measure that will determine the fate of a proposed mixed-use project on one of the last remaining open parcels in the city's downtown village area.
A self-described counter-terrorism attorney is facing off against three-term incumbent Rep. Scott Peters in the 52nd Congressional District.
The Del Mar City Council reaffirmed its opposition to using "managed retreat" to respond to the threat of flooding due to sea level rise in the coming decades, at its meeting on Monday, Oct. 15.
A mixed-use commercial and residential project has been approved for one of the last vacant parcels in Del Mar's downtown village area, over the objections of neighbors who said the proposed building will obstruct their ocean views.
While political campaigns for seats on the Superior Court bench are often low-key affairs, a contest this fall has drawn more attention than usual.
One place where he and his wife did seek help during their cancer battle was a nonprofit group called the Clearity Foundation, which is based in San Diego and offers a number of free services for women with ovarian cancer.