Carmel Valley lies east of I-5 and Del Mar on the northern edge of the City of San Diego. The earliest settlers were California Indians who left artifacts and metates along the Carmel Creek bed. A Spanish soldier named the area Cordero; early American settlers named other areas such as McGonigle Canyon after themselves.
The Butterfield stage and pony express system ran along what is now El Camino Real. In 1905, a group of Carmelite nuns built a monastery and dairy in the area changing its name again. The area was agricultural and devoted to horse farms until the mid-1970s.
Listings of movie theaters are not available for this community.
To find a movie theater outside this area, check the Source Movie Section.
June 19, 2012 -- Tierney Plumb speaks with Barry Sandrew about his company, Legend 3D, which converts blockbuster films from 2-D into 3-D.
Rich Ina of Ina Wealth Management in Carmel Valley discusses why wealth management plays such an important role in families and their unique approach to investing.