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Burglars hit Rancho Santa Fe estate for $5 million in Monet, Pissarro art, jewelry

High-end burglars who hit a Rancho Santa Fe home for about $5 million in artwork and jewelry were at large Tuesday, and sheriff’s detectives asked for the public’s help in finding them. The burglary occurred between 9 p.m. June 17 and 6 a.m. June 18, but sheriff’s

DOGTV from Time-Warner, Cox Cable North County goes nationwide today

Didn’t get enough ‘Puppy Bowl’ Superbowl Day? Leaving the dog home alone? How about 24/7 DOGTV on Time-Warner, Cox and now DirecTV…. The first and only television network for dogs, DOGTV, is made its debut in San Diego County in early February. Guess it must have went

Sabrina Cadini’s La Dolce Idea: A summer garden party is fun to plan, organize and enjoy

MUSIC Can you imagine a party without music? Lighting and decorations help to set a festive mood but without a sound track the effect is incomplete. Think about the kind of party that you are throwing: do you want your friends to gather and relax on a

‘Lord almighty, I feel my temperature rising’ and other warnings about heat danger for pets

 Don’t call John Van Zante, Rancho Coastal Humane Society public relations director, crazy for locking himself in a sweltering van during the hottest part of the day. Call him crazy as a pet making the point that however well-intentioned by owners, storing a favorite animal in a

Former Rancho Santa Fe mortgage broker arrested in alleged $2.2 million loan fraud and kickback scheme

 Daphne Hearn, Special Agent in Charge (SAC) of the San Diego FBI Field Office, announced today the arrest of Donald V. Totten. The 56-year-old Totten was arrested by FBI agents on Wednesday, July 24, 2013, at his Oakland, California residence without incident. Totten was arrested pursuant to

Unconventional apple grower is steward of the orchard

Rancho Santa Fe apple grower Patrick Brady might not be your grandfather’s idea of a farmer. But the self-proclaimed wilderness lover, highly popular sculptor and, now, apple grower, considers himself the steward of his 10-acre Raven Hill Orchard at Julian featuring seven varieties of apples and a