Category archives for: Rancho Bernardo

Tickets selling fast for RB Chorale’s holiday show

Pat Bean directs the RB Chorale.

By Elizabeth Marie Himchak You better act fast if you want tickets to RB Chorale’s 40th annual holiday show, “Mistletoe Magic,” especially for the Sunday matinee. Founder and Director Pat Bean said on Monday that around 100 of the 800 or so tickets remain for the 1 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 14 performance, a show especially [...]

New dining options in Rancho Bernardo, 4S Ranch

Progress as of Nov. 11 on the new building going up in The Plaza between Big 5 Sporting Goods and Aaron Brothers. Starbucks is moving into one of its suites.  Photo by Elizabeth Marie Himchak

Several new dining establishments are on the horizon for Rancho Bernardo and 4S Ranch residents.

Kersey reflects on first half of San Diego City Council term

Mark Kersey

City Councilman Mark Kersey is nearing the halfway point in his first four-year term representing District 5, an introduction to City Hall that did not turn out the way anyone expected when he was sworn into office in 2012.

Philanthropy council honors Rancho Bernardo volunteer

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Rancho Bernardo resident Nick Anastasopoulos has been honored for his years of volunteerism in the community.

Rancho Bernardo Thanksgiving luncheon is Tuesday

Rancho Bernardo Community Foundation board members, from left, Nick Anastasopoulos, Debbie Kurth and Scott Lawn with some of the live and silent auction items up for bid at the Rancho Bernardo Thanksgiving Luncheon on Tuesday. Photo by Larry McIntyre

Getting a deal on a special gift while helping the Rancho Bernardo community at the same time will be easy for those attending the 25th annual Rancho Bernardo Community Thanksgiving Luncheon on Tuesday.

Can you sew? Rancho Bernardo hospice needs your help

Peggy Stevers holding Memory Bears she made.

If you can sew, a Rancho Bernardo-based hospice would like your skills to provide memory bears to family members of its deceased patients.

Police searching for Rancho Bernardo bank robbery suspect

Police and the FBI remained on the lookout today for the man who robbed a bank branch in Rancho Bernardo.

More CAB discussion on Poway Unified board agenda

Further discussion of a proposal to refinance some of the Poway Unified School District’s controversial capital appreciation bonds will be held at Monday night’s regular board meeting.

Alternative Christmas shopping event is this weekend

Don’t know what to buy the person who has everything or says they need nothing this holiday season? Hope United Methodist Church’s annual Alternative Christmas this weekend can give you some ideas.

Cedrun recounts his crew’s role in Captain Phillips’ rescue

Retired Navy Capt. Mark Cedrun and COGG President Don Norris.  Photo by Elizabeth Marie Himchak

An informative and entertaining account of the real story behind the 2009 rescue of Capt. Richard Phillips was presented by one of the operation’s key leaders in Rancho Bernardo on Tuesday.