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The Village of Rancho Santa Fe catches the spirit of the season at the second annual Halloween in the Village on Thursday, Oct. 27, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Get in costume and join this community event for fun with the whole family. Kids of all ages with their parents are invited to the event, […]

By Connor Barry The San Diego Chargers have continued to fail to reach an agreement with their first round pick, Joey Bosa. The involvement of offset language in the contract has been the reason why the two sides have repeatedly failed to agree. Other top picks in this year’s draft such as Rams Quarterback, Jared […]

Rancho Santa Fe’s Annie Omens attended art school in the 1970’s, and she hasn’t stopped making art since.  Omens’ latest art show, “Welcome to My Magical Garden” is currently on display at the Encinitas Civic Art Gallery.  The show features 25 digital paintings on canvas and will run through May 6th. This is not the […]

It’s well known that the citizens of Rancho Santa Fe appreciate a high standard of living and overall affluence.  But while the community certainly boasts an opulent lifestyle, it more importantly advocates for philanthropy and good will.  Take for example, a few of last month’s events.  Every month in Rancho Santa Fe you can count […]

On May 2nd, the Rancho Santa Fe Garden Club, RSF Country Friends and The RSF Book Cellar are working together to put on a “spring cleaning” sale, an attempt to give the community reasons to give back. This is not the first time that such organizations have put on an event to benefit the Rancho […]

According to the LA Times, the supply of houses for sale is starting to open up for Southern California home buyers.  This event could initiate a strong season for the region’s real estate market. Said Rich Simonin, chief executive of a real estate firm in Riverside, “Supply is not an issue right now, not like […]

Not many millionaires can call Tom Cruise their next-door neighbor, but Amazon’s Jeff Bezos can.  Bezos currently owns a $27 million Beverly Hills estate, complete with a tennis court, greenhouse, swimming pool and secondary guesthouse that takes up two acres of land. Some of the most high profile purchases in recent years include Bezos’ $24.5 […]

  Rancho Santa Fe teenager Micaela Roy is just your average 17-year-old junior at Torrey Pines High School, who also happens to lead her very own non-profit organization.  A product of Micaela’s love for both art and helping others, 1Kid aims to help youth in low-income schools and hospitals use art to develop their creativity […]

Nestled in the North County region of San Diego, Rancho Santa Fe is a community that truly has a lot to offer.  From great schools and prioritized safety for the family’s peace of mind to miles of hiking trails, parks and open spaces for the active resident, the neighborhood seems to offer something for everyone. […]

Nonprofit Just in Time for Foster Youth will be honoring a Rancho Santa Fe family for their commitment to foster youth at the organization’s Walk the Talk gala on March 14th. Through the family’s Livingston Foundation, Rancho Santa Fe residents Susanne and Brad Livingston and their daughters have supported the nonprofit since it began 10 […]

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