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The Robert Green Company and Zephyr Announce Plans to Acquire Oceanfront Real Estate in Del Mar

The Robert Green Company – an Encinitas-based company specializing in hospitality development – and real estate development company Zephyr, also based in Encinitas, today announced that they have entered into an agreement to jointly acquire and develop a 16-acre oceanfront real estate parcel in Del Mar, located between Via De la Valle and North Beach […]

Flip Flop is the Carmel Valley Life Pet of the Month at your Rancho Coastal Humane Society. He’s a 1 year old, 68 pound, Great Dane/Rhodesian Ridgeback mix. He needs an active family to help him use up his puppy energy. Flip Flop will need a routine and positive reinforcement to remind him that he’s […]

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Irresistible Del Mar Restaurants Del Mar has retained much of its village charm and lure, hosting a varied menu of fine dining establishments, and taking advantage of not only the much lauded locale along the coast -but a climate enjoyed throughout the seasons. Take a look at five delicious Del Mar Restaurants: 1. SBICCA BISTRO […]

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It is that time of year again when FasTracKids embraces a family for the holidays and participate in the holiday gift giving program.  Please join us to benefit the community this holiday season! JFS Program Descriptions: Positive Parenting Program (PPP) provides parenting skills training targeted towards low-income and military families throughout San Diego. Holiday: Christmas     […]

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Located in the highly-coveted, beach community of Del Mar Heights, sits the spectacular, custom Del Mar Home; 14071 Mira Montana Drive. With 3,600 square feet, 4 bedrooms and 3 baths, this magnificent Del Mar Home offers premier coastal living, just minutes from the Village of Del Mar and world-class beaches. Once inside this thoughtfully designed […]

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“Give. Love. Grow,” will be the theme when your Rancho Coastal Humane Society (RCHS) hosts its annual Celebration of Second Chances on Saturday, November 14 at 5:00 p.m. at the Del Mar Country Club in Rancho Santa Fe. Tickets for the Celebration of Second Chances are available now. The event sells out every year. Premier […]

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McKenzie and Randy Corrigan already own two thriving Broken Yolk Cafés – in Oceanside and one in Carmel Mountain Ranch – but they have been scouting for a location in Del Mar from the beginning.  Finding this new location on Del Mar Heights Road is their greatest delight and happiest moment. Growing up as beach […]

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CEO and Publisher of Del Mar Lifestyle Publications Jen Root made it official with a  ribbon cutting ceremony on the infield at the Del Mar Racetrack on June 30th. Dozens of friends, supporters and advertisers joined celebration day including  restaurateur Sal Ercolano, owner of Villa Capri and Seasalt, Betsy Paganelli, owner of Fair Trade Decor, […]

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If you are looking for something to do with your kids this summer, how about a visit to Old Town San Diego State Historic Park! I recently took my 2 children there, ages 5 and 7, and they thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The heart of Old Town recreates the influences of 19th century Mexican and American California. Old […]

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With summer right around the corner, your children can look forward to a summer filled with learning and trips to magical lands. Continue to nurture their love of books with this list of wonderful, diverse books, for grades K-3, that your children won’t want to put down. Happy summer reading! Rude Cakes  By Rowboat Watkins. […]

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Chef Hanis Cavin and manager Sara Stroud opened to rave reviews when the original Shack opened in North Park. Slow food inspired and pork-centric, the emphasis is on quality, creativity and an ethos to inspire. Lucky for us, their second location is more of a sit down with patio located in the space once occupied […]

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Pets Bring so Many New Ways to Learn Whether it’s Math (“how much does a hamster weigh?”) or Science, (“what does a snake eat?”) Geography (“what part of the world do ferrets come from?”) or Grammar (“what words would we use to describe a goldfish?”) students will approach learning all these subjects with a new […]

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