ESCONDIDO — If the kite industry were anything like the fashion industry, BrainStormProducts, LLC would be the Coco Chanel of the kite world. In fact, the two industries are very similar in that every year the product changes — everything from design, to shape, to color — all based on what’s trending and in style.
RANCHO SANTA FE — At a recent Rancho Santa Fe Board Association meeting, the directors were apprised of the happenings over the last month. Association Manager Bill Overton discussed various issues.
RANCHO SANTA FE — Implementing foreign language for kindergarten through fifth grade at the Rancho Santa Fe School District has become a hot topic of discussion. From talks at board meetings to special meetings with parents, it was decided that a survey would be the optimal way to receive an accurate assessment on what parents truly […]
DEL MAR — Plans to extend River Path Del Mar, a quarter-mile stretch of land between San Dieguito Drive and the lagoon, are “moving forward with lightning speed,” Joseph Smith, the city’s associate planner, told council members during a project update at the April 6 meeting.
DEL MAR — Rather than begin a process to regulate horses and other large animals on beaches and in parks, a move they were asked to consider at the April 6 meeting, council members opted to let the San Dieguito Lagoon Committee and San Dieguito River Valley Joint Powers Authority seek feedback.
DEL MAR — Plans to replace City Hall took a major step forward April 6 when council members approved agreements with a design firm and an environmental consultant.
Home is where the hoop is? “Next to my house, it was probably the place I spent the most time in,’’ Ray Johnson said. “It just has a tremendous amount of good memories for me.’’
CARMEL VALLEY — Competing against some of the top players in the country, the Torrey Pines High School tennis team won the National High School Tennis All-American Team Invitational, a three-day tournament held March 20 through 22 at Palisades Tennis Club in Newport Beach.
ESCONDIDO — Opening the streets to people, closing them to vehicles — that’s the idea behind the Ciclovia movement that began in Bogata, Columbia back in the ‘60s and has since caught on in several cities across the U.S.
REGION — The State Court of Appeal has sent an clear message about Encinitas Union School District’s yoga program to the family and organization that challenged it: it isn’t religious.