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An ‘out-of-this-world’ adventure

Kathleen Porter, second from left, with other educators during one of their “space missions.”

Poway Unified students and teachers could be learning more about NASA, what it takes to be an astronaut and work in other space-related careers from their peers.

Willis Allen hosting benefit tourney

golf ball

Willis Allen Real Estate is hosting the fourth annual “We Support The Troops” charity golf tournament to be held on Monday, Sept. 8 at the Rancho Bernardo Inn Resort golf course.

Is life insurance needed in retirement?

web senior couple

While many retirees choose to stop paying their life insurance premiums when they no longer have young families to take care of, there are a few reasons you may still want to keep your policy.

Poway council rejects two planning appeals

Neighborhood disputes involving the proposed placement of a manufactured home and the significant expansion of another home were aired at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting.

Crime Log: Issue of Aug. 21, 2014


Crimes reported in our region.

Vacation photos: Issue of Aug. 21, 2014

Pat Fuller, a Poway resident since 1965, at Stonehenge.

Reader-submitted photos from around the world.

Guest column: Animals aren’t the only ones who benefit from adoption

Pets play a very special role in our lives. They can be a child’s best friend, a young adult’s loyal companion, and a comfort to seniors.

Letters to the editor: Issue of Aug. 21, 2014

Readers comment on nice Poway people, the Poway Unified school board, dog owners and the watering of golf courses.

Big Band Jazz Machine returns to Bernardo Winery for Sunday concert

The 18-member Ira B. Liss Big Band Jazz Machine will be performing at the Bernardo Winery on Sunday.Photo courtesy of Ira B. Liss

Enjoy an evening of big band music with a concert Sunday night by the Ira B. Liss Big Band Jazz Machine at the Bernardo Winery.

Moonlight’s ‘My Fair Lady’ is simply ‘loverly’

Stratton) gets exasperated when his student Eliza Doolittle (Hilary Maiberger), left, seeks refuge from his ill treatment of her by going to his mother (Kathy Brombacher). Photo by Ken Jacques

A “loverly” performance of “My Fair Lady” is gracing the Moonlight Amphitheatre stage through Aug. 30.