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The holiday season started on a bright note last week with the opening of "Bell, Book and Candle" at OnStage Playhouse in Chula Vista.


A new spa has opened on Shelter Island at the Kona Kai Resort & Marina.


In the mid-1980s, citizens of Rancho California (a name chosen by land developers) formed an Incorporation Committee headed by A-Z Magnetics President, Les Adam. Residents and businesses wanted to find a way to have a greater say in the way they were governed. They wanted local control. It was too difficult working with Riverside County officials who were far away and spread too thin. They wanted faster police and fire response times, more parks, and better traffic circulation.


Earlier this year, a third-party survey research firm conducted a residents survey on behalf of the city of Temecula. The city proactively reaches out to residents in this way every two years to ensure it keeps current on understanding the community’s satisfaction, priorities and concerns regarding the services that the city provides.

As the city of Temecula prepares to celebrate its silver anniversary on Dec. 1, here is a look at some statistics from 1989 and today.

Welcoming more than 2 million visitors each year, casual, picturesque, Temecula Valley Southern California Wine Country is a year-round getaway and vacation destination situated within Southwest Riverside County. Temecula Valley is 60 minutes from San Diego, Orange County and Palm Springs; 90 minutes from Los Angeles and Hollywood. Each visit to this genuinely inviting, boutique destination promises a wide variety of things to experience, enhanced by the sunny, relaxed spirit synonymous with Southern California.

Whether you enjoy dance, musicals or concerts, Temecula’s Stage has something for everyone. The Old Town Temecula Community Theater, which just celebrated its ninth anniversary, prides itself on bringing world-class, family-friendly and affordable performing arts to Temecula. As the perfect encore to a day full of shopping and dining in Old Town, the theater helps you spend the holidays in the best possible way, by making memories with family and friends.


With Thanksgiving eve right around the corner, those looking to expand their sprits palate before chowing down on some turkey need look no further than The Patio on Goldfinch in Mission Hills.

While it’s illegal for a bar or a restaurant to serve alcohol to someone who is obviously intoxicated, it seems this state law gets about as much respect as a stop sign in the desert: No one stops because no one’s paying attention to it.

The San Diego office of HFF has secured a $140 million financing for the Omni San Diego hotel, the 511-key upscale property attached to Petco Park, and across Harbor Drive from the Convention Center.


Location Matters Brokerage Services is looking to lease out 7,900 square feet of restaurant space at the future home of the San Diego International Airport’s Rental Car Center.


Looking for a more intimate holiday celebration with family, friends or coworkers? Hornblower Cruises & Events provides several public holiday cruises that are perfect for couples, families or small groups.


SeaPort Airlines has announced it will begin direct flights from San Diego International Airport (SAN) to San Felipe on Dec. 15, according to Baja California Tourism.

If you haven’t visited Polite Provisions and Soda & Swine since the restaurant and bar opened a little over a year ago, then you are missing out on one of University Heights’ most successful and uniquely designed establishments.

For years after its 1987 decommissioning, the old San Diego Police Department headquarters on Harbor Drive sat as a historic piece of the city without a clear future. But it wasn't until the recent project of Terramar Retail Centers, to not only open the space up for new uses but to also open the doors to a part of San Diego's past, that the public had its first real chance to explore what each side of the law-and-order spec

On Mother's Day, San Diego unveiled its latest community asset in its new county waterfront park along the Embarcadero.

The Little Italy Association, in partnership with H.G. Fenton Co., will officially break ground on Piazza Famiglia at 10 a.m. Dec. 1. This new project will transform West Date Street between Columbia Street and India Street into a 10,000-square-foot public piazza to serve the Little Italy community.

The Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego continues to progress with its multimillion dollar renovation as it reinvents the 32nd floor, located within the hotel’s Seaport Tower.


Wine Enthusiast magazine has published its list of Top Domestic Airport Wine Bars and two establishments at San Diego International Airport have been named.

Pizzeria Mozza in The Headquarters at Seaport District is scheduled to close on Nov. 30 -- only about a year after it opened.

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