Juxtaposed against the jagged, ancient edges of the sandstone cliffs of Torrey Pines Reserve in La Jolla is a residence that is an unparalleled masterpiece of shadow, light and angles.
The company compared 182 U.S. cities based on 65 key metrics, including movie costs, open hours of breweries and fitness centers per capita.
WORKFORCE: Studio Equipment, Sound Stages to Offer Alternative to L.A.
Coworking spaces come in many permutations, but rarely like the one a Vista father and daughter team are building in their hometown — The Film Hub with a focus on movie and television productions.
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California Pacific Airlines announced it will begin scheduled service on out of Carlsbad on Nov. 1, with additional flights starting Nov. 15.
An ophthalmology organization, a pharmacists group and an architectural and commercial lighting trade show and conference want in. They would bring tens of thousands of people with spending power of millions of dollars and a capacity to book thousands of room nights.
Colleen Anderson's first order of business is to manage the funding grant application process for fiscal year 2020, which begins in October.
The hotel management group oversees 18 hotels, including the Four Points by Sheraton San Diego and Fairfield Inn & Suites in Oceanside.
Ron Oliver is a cookbook author and former chef de cuisine of the Marine Room in La Jolla.
TOURISM: Hotel Group Views Customers as Partners, Creating a Lasting Loyalty
Six years ago, while having dinner at one of the 18 hotels he either owns and/or manages, Robert Rauch, founder and CEO of RAR Hospitality, saved the life of one of his guests.
Airport Authority pulled out of rental car lawsuit.
Media executive Denise McManus has been named vice president/station manager of San Diego’s KUSI television.
PROPERTY: Little Italy Project Brings Rentals, Dining and Romance
For more than a decade, people who live and work in Little Italy have yearned for a central plaza that would give the community a stronger European feel and a place that would be an attraction in its own right.
When Donia Ackad bought a former used furniture store in downtown Oceanside in December, she had no idea what was beneath the patchy stucco that covered the exterior.