What I love about San Diego County, unlike most large urban areas, is that it has pockets of hidden communities that were formed for an explicit reason.
Instead of going to the beach or hanging out with friends, 11-year old San Diego resident Trinity Barbera recently collected more than 2,000 pairs of shoes to help Stride Rite and the global nonprofit Soles4Souls.
On the far eastern edge of Rancho Santa Fe is the community of Cielo.
Hornblower’s sixth annual Bow Wow Brunch Cruise is holding a Halloween-themed brunch with Fido-friendly activities and a stunning ride around San Diego Bay.
Michael Gregory Builders hit on a winning formula for buyers of high-end real estate when they opened up shop in Rancho Santa Fe Farms in 2012.
At 17, Cheryl Kilmer was on a mission to make a positive difference in the lives of people with developmental disabilities.
The matter of domestic violence has been brought to light again recently as an issue that needs to be addressed and discussed openly.
Renowned San Diego architect Frederick Liebhardt’s final design cantilevers down a hillside overlooking the San Diego Yacht Club, Point Loma, the city of San Diego, and the San Diego-Coronado Bridge — it is the definition of timeless architecture.
Of the 100 companies featured in the Aug. 18 issue of the San Diego Business Journal named among the “Best Places to Work” in San Diego County, only ten pay 100 percent of an employee’s health insurance premiums.
BENEFITS: Wellness Programs Are Part of Employee-Health Strategy
Employer wellness programs have grown rapidly in recent years in part to tackle skyrocketing health care insurance premium costs, with a side goal of improving the wellness and productivity of the workforce. Biometric screenings are a large part of wellness programs.