Sort Posts by:

Filner goes to rehab: “I must become a better person”

by Joanne Faryon and Brad Racino | inewsource San Diego Mayor Bob Filner apologized for intimidating and not respecting women and will seek treatment at a counseling clinic for his behavior beginning August 5th for two weeks. He is not resigning. “My failure to respect women and the intimidating contact I engaged

Michael Mercury does Rancho Santa Fe for 2013 (astrologically speaking, that is to say)

A visionary in more ways than one, Michael Mercury had a lot to say about the Ranch and its “ambiance” as well as future when he did a “community reading” recently. “I really don’t know anything about Rancho Santa Fe,” Mercury said. “I made sure not to

Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa back in business following $30 million facelift

  Upon arrival, guests enter the San Diego resort’s private gates followed by a short drive to the clubhouse, exuding the newly designed reception lounge and courtyard, Sheridan boutique and new restaurant and bar.  The resort’s 49 all-suite, guest rooms average 1,000 square feet – among the

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