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Moroccan Fantasy Gala promises a night to remember

RANCHO SANTA FE — The Rancho Santa Fe Community Center is known for hosting spectacular annual galas. Marking their 10th annual event May 17, they’ve decided to do something quite unique. Their “Moroccan Fantasy Gala,” will be held at their very own community center and its becoming a highly anticipated event.

Hannah Kent speaks at ‘Spring Author Talk’

Hannah Kent speaks at ‘Spring Author Talk’

RANCHO SANTA FE — The Rancho Santa Fe Library Guild is gearing up for their “Spring Author Talk” featuring Hannah Kent April 24. Author of the historical fictional piece, “Burial Rites,” critics are calling Kent’s debut novel brilliant.  The literary work takes readers back to Iceland, in 1829, when a young lady is indicted for […]

Parents concerned over kindergarten enrollment

ENCINITAS — David Owens’ daughter will turn 6 years old at the end of July.

Post office landscaping gets a facelift

Post office landscaping gets a facelift

SOLANA BEACH —Walking from the parking lot to the entrance of the Solana Beach Post Office is easier and more scenic thanks to the efforts of the SeaWeeders Garden Club, an offshoot of the Civic and Historical Society focused on beautifying landscaping throughout the city.

Council delays survey, opts not to change rules

DEL MAR — A survey to gauge residents’ satisfaction with city services was put on hold at the April 7 meeting after council members deemed it a waste of money that would garner relatively useless information.

Exhibits highlight what sculpture is

Exhibits highlight what sculpture is

OCEANSIDE — The Oceanside Museum of Art mega reception on April 12 included five concurrent exhibits, and featured the works of local sculptors Jean Wells and Kenneth Capps.

Egg hunts abound in Oceanside

Egg hunts abound in Oceanside

OCEANSIDE — There is lot of egg hunting going on this spring with library egg hunts on April 11 and April 15, and four city egg hunts to follow.

81-year-old bridge gets new lease on life

81-year-old bridge gets new lease on life

DEL MAR — Road closures, corrosion and the inability to survive major seismic activity are issues of the past for the North Torrey Pines Bridge.

Neighborhood group’s message continues to thrive

Neighborhood group’s message continues to thrive

A safe environment, opportunities for youth resound in the community

Serving country is integral part of RSF resident’s life

Serving country is integral part of RSF resident’s life

RANCHO SANTA FE — For some, serving their country is a four-year enlistment, and for others, it remains an integral part of their lives. The latter example is a perfect profile for Rear Adm. Russell S. Penniman.