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  1. Heaven's Gate still has websiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 3 | San Diego Reader

    The 919 Gang , a daily online newsletter mainly for former and current Union-Tribune employees, reports today that Heaven's Gate, the group that entered into a mass suicide in Rancho Santa Fe in 1997, has a website, heavensgate.com. It's true.

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  2. The Man Who Made ItRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 22, 2017 | San Diego Reader

    Fidel Montanez: "I like my privacy, that's why I never moved out of Eden Gardens. I could go to Rancho, but who the hell wants to be living up there with all those highlights?" The residents of Eden Gardens watch from the roadside as the cars wind their way around the potholes and up the main street.

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  3. $2000 fly-and-limo package furnished by steakhouse magnate with a causeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2017 | San Diego Reader

    When ex-PR man Kevin Faulconer and his staffers undertake something, even looking for a solution to the city's festering homeless issue, they do it in style, courtesy of his ever-generous campaign boosters who stand at the ready to pick up a big-money tab for the Republican mayor. Take the case of the mayor's Senior Advisor for Housing Solutions Stacie Spector, a former staffer in Bill Clinton's White House and ex-UCSD public relations maven now representing Faulconer's high-profile campaign to rid the city's streets of unsightly homeless-camp blight.

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  4. Third-highest asking price in San Diego CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 1, 2017 | San Diego Reader

    The 22-acre estate at 17111 El Vuelo in Rancho Santa Fe "is located on one of the most coveted streets in the Covenant and is built around a beautiful spine wall with all rooms open to the exterior with walls of glass framing the stunning mountain and valley vistas." The main residence has six bedrooms and ten baths, spread across 20,408 square feet of indoor living area.

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  5. Subsidy scandal figure behind SDSU Mission Valley hypeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 16, 2017 | San Diego Reader

    With the blood of the Chargers stadium massacre barely crusted over, is the Union-Tribune in an unseemly hurry to serve up yet another public money development scheme for the 166-acre chunk of city-owned real estate known as Qualcomm Stadium? So assert city hall scandal watchers, noting that the Chicago-owned paper has of late been vigorously hyping plans to turn the premises over to San Diego State University for a new sports venue, to be built in a deal with favored housing developers closely linked to the school's Campanile Foundation. "Imagine the possibilities: housing, a university hub, a new SDSU football stadium, maybe doubling as a Major League Soccer venue, park space," proclaimed a January 12 editorial.

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  6. Former DA's office attorney suspended for conspiracyRead the original story

    Jan 7, 2017 | San Diego Reader

    According to the January California Bar Journal, the following San Diego County lawyers have been disciplined by the state bar. Allison Christine Worden of San Diego was suspended for 60 days and placed on two years of probation.

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  7. Rancho Santa Fe megamillionaire fails to disclose lobbying activitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 28, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    Charles Black, a key figure in the drive by Rancho Santa Fe mega-millionaire and ex-Padres owner John Moores to build the team's Petco Park, has copped a plea with San Diego's ethics commission for failing to disclose lobbying activities on behalf of Bosa Development, a high-rise condo builder. After San Diego taxpayers coughed up the cash for the ballpark in 1998, Black, once Padres president, found other clients, including, in 2011, the City of Escondido , then trying to build a tax-funded stadium for a Padres farm club that eventually wound up in El Paso .

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  8. A property so special that it gets its own nameRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    Marketing materials describe the Rancho Santa Fe estate at 6605 La Valle Plateada using the name Il Incanto, Italian for "the charm." Encompassing 12,254 square feet of living space spread across "nearly six sprawling acres in the heart of Rancho Santa Fe's exclusive Covenant" neighborhood, the property features a single-level main residence with five en-suite bedrooms, a "well-appointed and private guest home," and "complete equestrian facilities."

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  9. SD Neighborhoods: North County InlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    Then it got ugly. Arenas and two other public employees allegedly grabbed Pearce, pushed him around, stole the camera, and exposed the film.

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  10. A house that biotech builtRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    The estate home situated at 5979 Rancho Digueno in the southern hills of Rancho Santa Fe is described in listing materials as an "Asian inspired contemporary oasis." The 9500-square-foot home has five bedrooms, six baths, and was designed and built in 1992 by architect Richard Dalrymple "utilizing contemporary styles with Asian influences and overtones" that create "seamless integration from room to room, through each hallway, outlook and space.

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  11. Miserly Moores and his minionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    Ever since his slate of members for election to the homeowners' association board that runs Rancho Santa Fe was defeated in a controversy-filled election this past summer, mega-millionaire ex-Padres owner John Moores has gone to ground. Perhaps most surprisingly, after lavishing nearly a million dollars on an initiative drive earlier this year that put Measure D, which would hike San Diego city hotel taxes, on November's ballot, Moores and his minions are suddenly nowhere to be found on the municipal landscape.

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  12. Following the Yellow Brick RoadRead the original story

    Sep 24, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    There was Nate, on his way to hang another set of valances, Nate the valance man in his van bumping along behind me up the dirt roads in the back-hills of Rancho Santa Fe. We pulled into the circular drive of the old Spanish mansion together, me and Nate, and we both took in the Lincoln Continentals, and the butler in black and whites washing down one of the Cadillac convertibles.

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  13. San Diego architecture as covered by Susan Vaughn in the '90sRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    Bungalows in National City, Rancho Santa Fe mansions. San Diego's best Craftsman and Victorians, the ugliness of Pardee homes I drive down East Plaza Boulevard and at first pass a series of contemporary commercial buildings - a red Monterey-style Boll Weevil restaurant ; a glass, postmodern McDonald's Play Place , a Spanish-Revival, earth-toned Family Loompya Seafood Market -and then I encounter a procession of bungalows.

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  14. What city but Las Vegas would give him one?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    "You know, when I came into the National Football League, many of our owners owned horses, owned dog tracks, owned all the familiar habitats of gamblers and gambling. We have learned to accept this in the National Football League.

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  15. Annals of San Diego gardensRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 20, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    Oceanside and Ocean Beach gardens, Pat Welsh in Del Mar, wisteria, moonflowers, Monterey cypresses as pests, and the therapy of gardening "Chickweed is the main winter weed of my garden, and in a way I don't mind because it's edible." She pulls up the tiny plant, its leaves not so feathery as cilantro, and eats it.

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