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Efforts Help Preserve and Present the ‘Art of the People’

Even after many years in San Diego, there are things I learn about some of the city’s most beloved places that amaze me.

Find the Perfect View for Watching Downtown Luxury Develop

For this column, my goal was to get a true picture of the current market for high-end real estate downtown and to find out what it’s like to live in a thriving metropolis. The best way to do this is to talk to a real estate agent who has lived and worked in downtown for some time.

United Way, Volunteers Help Make Reading Part of Kids’ Summer

For the third year, United Way of San Diego County’s Day of Action helped San Diego families who cannot afford to buy summer reading books for their children.

ViaSat Thanks Firefighters for Keeping Its People, Property Safe

Carlsbad-based ViaSat Inc., through its community outreach program Vpartners, thanked firefighters for the great work they did in keeping the company’s 1,800 employees on its campus on El Camino Real safe from the recent Carlsbad fires.

San Marcos High-End Real Estate Is a ‘Sweet Spot’ In the Sun

When most of us think of San Diego County luxury homes, San Marcos may not be the first community to come to mind. But think again. This sleepy city that houses the relatively new California State University, San Marcos has several pockets of magnificent luxury homes, many with the best views in the county.

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Home of the Month: Beachfront Beauty

Shore Drive is one block west of Carlsbad Boulevard in a quiet neighborhood with no public beach access.

Chefs Challenge-Buccaneer Ball Raises $175K for Meals on Wheels

Meals-on-Wheels Greater San Diego invited San Diegans to walk the plank at the Buccaneer Ball and fifth annual Chef Appetizer Challenge held recently.

81-Year-Old Still Sharing Lessons of Her 57 Years of Sobriety

At 81 years old, Jeanne McAlister still manages the day-to-day duties as founder and CEO of the McAlister Institute, a substance abuse and recovery center that has 150 staff members who help more than 2,500 adults and teens every month.

You Can Find That Connection to the ‘Soil’ … or Sand in Carlsbad

A sense of place. If you have never felt it, you won’t understand. It’s that sense of roots, of history, of landscape and connection, yet it is impossible to describe.

McCarthy’s ‘Heart Hats’ Outreach Spins More than Just Wheels

McCarthy Holdings Inc. is giving back to the communities it serves.

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