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RSF nonprofit launches ‘Service Dog Fine Art Contest’

RANCHO SANTA FE — Art for Barks, a nonprofit based in Rancho Santa Fe and founded by Lynn Moon, recently unveiled a contest called, Service Dog Fine Art Contest. An incredibly unique concept, but those who know Moon realize how she persistently reaches for the stars.

Jay Paris: Shields doing more than pitching in Peoria

Matt Kemp cleared his throat and everyone beat a path to his locker.

Speed at the forefront of second annual Encinitas Mile

Speed at the forefront of second annual Encinitas Mile

ENCINITAS — The Encinitas Mile is back — all 5,280 feet of it — for the second year in a row.

Learning Genie app connects preschool teachers with parents

Learning Genie app connects preschool teachers with parents

CARLSBAD — Carlsbad residents Gene Shi and his wife Lala Zhang were new parents with a natural curiosity about what their daughter, Audrey, was up to at preschool.

Crime prevention specialists visit RSF Senior Center

RANCHO SANTA FE — While fraud, scams and identity theft continues to rise, the Rancho Santa Fe Senior Center wanted its residents to be empowered by learning more about these threats.

Carson looks to welcome Chargers, Raiders to town

Carson looks to welcome Chargers, Raiders to town

REGION — A press conference held Friday morning in Carson, Calif. had Chargers and Raiders fans from San Diego to the Bay area on the edges of their collective seats, anticipating hearing news implicating the possibility of both teams leaving their respective cities.

A Brush With Art: Inspired to Inspire

A Brush With Art: Inspired to Inspire

When Christopher Law received an invitation to paint an Arts Alive banner for the 2014 season, he had no idea what he was getting into. The daunting blank sheet of vinyl measuring 7 feet in height was the largest artistic challenge he had ever taken on.

Banner art reflects life in the community

Banner art reflects life in the community

ENCINITAS — The more than 100 banner artworks that line the street lampposts along Coast Highway 101 right around this time each year have come to reflect what it’s like to live here and quite possibly inspire those driving past them. This year, the Arts Alive banner project has also come to inspire a San […]

Contract OK’d for street, sidewalk upgrades on Jimmy Durante

Contract OK’d for street, sidewalk upgrades on Jimmy Durante

DEL MAR — Street, sidewalk and drainage improvements along a southeast portion of Jimmy Durante Boulevard are expected to begin in about a week after City Council awarded a $1.6 million contract to PAL General Engineering Inc. at the Feb. 2 meeting.

Sky Zone presents a balancing act for San Marcos

Sky Zone presents a balancing act for San Marcos

SAN MARCOS — When San Marcos’ “Furniture Row” was borne in 1979 when Jerome’s opened on Los Vallecitos Boulevard, city and business officials saw it as a way to keep new homeowners in the rapidly growing community shopping locally to furnish their new suburban homes.

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