Stephanie Glidden

Contributing Writer

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Storybook Charms

On the southwestern edge of Rancho Santa Fe, hidden from view off a quiet tree-lined street is the “Angel House.” The charming Spanish Colonial-style home was designed in 1930 by prolific local architect, Lilian Rice. The long sweeping driveway climbs upward toward a full acre of lavish gardens and beguiling vistas. The inviting storybook home comes into view. The arched wood and glass front doors, flanked by original stained-glass windows, beckon from under a covered veranda. The modernized interior is woven into its historic roots and evokes a sense of permanence and peace.

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Festival’s Funds Go To Breaking the Cycle of Child Abuse

Home Start Inc., a nonprofit child abuse prevention and treatment agency, held its 10th Annual Hallo-Wine Fall Festival recently at the Burnham House, a historic venue near Balboa Park.

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Natural Beauty, Inspired Touches Make for a True Masterpiece

High on a hill above Shelter Island at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in Point Loma is one of San Diego’s most magnificent estates. The home is hidden from view by mature trees and a sturdy wooden gate.

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Founders Gala Raises Record Amount For USD Scholarships

The University of San Diego announced that its Founders Gala held recently at the Jenny Craig Pavilion generated a record-setting $1.3 million for scholarships for deserving USD scholars and student who are veterans. Proceeds from the evening supported the Founders Endowed Scholarship Fund and established a new, endowed scholarship fund in the amount of $500,000 dedicated to USD student veterans.

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AT&T Supports Veterans and Their Families With Grant

In honor of Veterans Day and as part of AT&Ts Thank Our Heroes campaign, AT&T teamed up with nonprofit zero8hundred to recognize the serving active military families in the San Diego region with a contribution of $25,000.

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Celebration of Hope Raises $250,000 for Huntington’s Fight

The San Diego Chapter of Huntington’s Disease Society of America announced that a record $250,000 was raised at its 16th annual Celebration of Hope Gala held at the Pendry San Diego hotel in downtown San Diego.

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BAE Systems Provides Key Resources in Hurricane Relief Efforts

BAE Systems employees in San Diego recently assisted Hurricane Harvey relief efforts in Texas using its Geospatial eXploitation Products, or GXP, which are developed in San Diego as part of its Electronic Systems group. The BAE products provided geospatial intelligence and solutions to disaster response teams assisting victims of Hurricane Harvey.

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Photos courtesy of Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage raised more than $50,000 for charity at its 11th annual Coldwell Banker Community Foundation Charity Golf Event held at the Crosby National Golf Club in Rancho Santa Fe. Ten percent of the proceeds will be given to Balboa Naval Medical Center’s Children’s Hematology and Oncology Department.

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Del Mar Oceanfront Property an Architectural Masterpiece

The minimalist simplicity of the facade of the oceanfront home at 2932 Camino Del Mar in Del Mar is but an invitation to the architectural masterpiece behind its gated exterior.

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Project Concern Puts New USDA Grant to Work in Nicaragua

In honor of World Food Day on Oct. 16, 2017, San Diego-based Project Concern International announced the expansion of its McGovern-Dole International Food for Education Program in Nicaragua. Thanks to a new award from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the global nonprofit will provide 77,500 school children with daily school meals in some of Nicaragua’s most remote and vulnerable communities.

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