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The Lemon Twist also rises: From the ashes to fresh strawberries and more..

 Once a lonely spot on the wide open road from nowhere to far away, the Lemon Twist Fruit Stand has weathered fires, frost and floods over the last 30-plus years, only to emerge in 2013 with fresh local strawberries and much, much more.   The legend that is

The Bridges & Santa Fe Creek Open Space Preserve established

After eight years, the Bridges & Santa Fe Creek Open Space Preserve is now established. The Preserve consists of two parcels totaling 112.09 acres along Escondido Creek; 99.7 acres  within Santa Fe Creek and 12.39 acres within The Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe. San Diego Habitat Conservancy

Calculating your odds to win the $425 million Powerball jackpot

(Editor’s Note: The Powerball drawing on Wednesday, Aug. 7 promises a $425 million payoff to the lucky winner, the fourth largest payoff in U.S. lottery history. Some 43 states participate in the Powerball, but some states are luckier than others. No winners have come from California while

Holy Cow! Harry Caray’s ghost, The Pantry, The Bistro and Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.

   Famed Chicago restauranteurs, the Jahanguiri family have purchased The Pantry at Rancho Santa Fe, changing the name to The Rancho Santa Fe Bistro. The Paseo Delicias  eatery features classic touches and continuing commitment to classy, elegant new American comfort cuisines.  (6024C Paseo Delicias, PO Box 1297, Rancho

Ecovets is a family-run California state EPA approved E-waste collection agency

 ECOVETS is a California State EPA approved electronics collection agency devoted to environmentally friendly and safe recycling of electronics in compliance with State and Federal regulations. Proceeds benefit DAV (Disabled American Veterans). Items accepted include: Televisions, computers, monitors, wires/cables, phones (including cellular), audio/video equipment, rechargeable or auto

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