Rancho Santa Fe News
Bewilderment and boredom, rather than beguilement and fascination, are the only attitudes you’re likely to express after watching “To the Wonder,” an artsy experiment from none other than director Terrence Malick.
The Laker formerly known as Ron Artest apparently didn’t think much of it.
ENCINITAS — At a readiness hearing Wednesday morning, Michael Vilkin, 61, appeared in court and agreed to a June 11 preliminary hearing.
ENCINITAS – At 7:47 p.m. Sunday, Sheriff’s deputies responded to a call of two pedestrians being struck by a vehicle in the 2600 block of S. Coast Highway 101.
RANCHO SANTA FE —The Rancho Santa Fe Association board unanimously approved the Rancho Santa Fe Garden Club’s request to count property it owns toward a two-thirds consent requirement for covenant modification, bringing the club one step closer to being purchased by the association.
Life finds a way the second time around in the 3-D re-release of “Jurassic Park,” and one thing’s for certain: this jaw-dropping, edge-of-your-seat blockbuster is an experience that cannot be missed for the sake of nostalgia and…well, the magic behind those dinosaurs.
ENCINITAS — The water temperature read 60 degrees midday Wednesday when 54-year-old Blane Adessa took to the water, marking an unusual, if not impressive streak — his thousandth consecutive swim.
Surfers like to tinker. They’re constantly reworking and perfecting their art.
VISTA — The four suspects arrested in connection with the Libby Lake Park shooting that killed two teens and injured two others March 13 each entered a not guilty plea to charges April 3.
CARLSBAD — With their concerns about traffic, emergency services and environmental impacts assuaged by staff testimonies, City Council voted to approve the Quarry Creek housing development at its full 656 proposed homes after years of review and a multitude of public comments.