SD TRAVEL LEISURE

Niche Role Suits Independent Theater

Despite a growing trend in the movie theater industry toward the high-end and flashy, Encinitas La Paloma Theatre, one of few single-screen, independent movie houses in San Diego, stays chugging along.

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Coming Attractions Vital At High-End Theaters

CINEMA: Innovation Is a Must In Competitive Media Sector

The high-end movie theater trend isn’t new.

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Home of the Week: From Motor Trend To Horse And Rider

Indulge your passion for rare classic cars, equestrian pursuits, culinary adventures and fine wines at this revered custom estate in the preferred West Covenant of Rancho Santa Fe.

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Tennis Champion Brings Winning Ways to Design of House

The same inherent grit, tenacity and attention to detail enabled a former No. 1 in the world female singles tennis player, Jelena Jankovic, to design and construct a luxurious personal retreat east of Rancho Santa Fe. Jankovi traveled the world for tournaments during the past fifteen years and could’ve built a home anywhere in the world — she chose the Crosby Estates.

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Malls Seek to Be More Than Just Shopping Stops

Last month, The Forum Carlsbad became San Diego County’s first location to add a Luckey Climbers play structure to its mall space.

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Bitmo Brings Gift Cards Digitally Up to Date

Frustrated by the growing number of plastic gift cards in his wallet, San Diego software entrepreneur Mike Smallwood sought out a digital solution.

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Belgium Moves Closer to $600 Million Reaper Deal

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. is getting attention from a NATO ally and the aviation community at large.

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Autonomous Vehicle Scene Accelerates in S.D.

TECH: Infrastructure, Talent And Lower Costs Drive Growth

At its offices tucked away in a San Francisco home, Comma.ai was running short on space. CEO Riccardo Biasini knew it was time for a change, and wanted to consider all of the company’s options.

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SDBJ Insider: Longfellow Still On West Coast Shopping Spree

Starting in San Diego, Longfellow Real Estate Partners continues to put its lens on California’s hot life science markets.

SD 500: Peter Zien

SD 500 recap: Peter Zien was instrumental in building the region’s craft brewing reputation.

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Brooklyn Girl Eatery Closes

According to a Facebook post, Sunday March 31st was the last day Brooklyn Girl Eatery opened to the public.

Fairs, Festivals and Horses Have Good Runs at Fairgrounds

ECONOMY

When the Del Mar Fairgrounds comes to mind, one may immediately think of horse races or the San Diego County Fair. And, rightfully so, as these are two of the biggest events the fairgrounds hosts each year, with 1.5 million attendees expected this year for the former and almost three million attendees for the latter.

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Business Calendar for Week of April 1, 2019

Business events scheduled in the county.

SD 500: Robert J. Welch

Robert Welch Jr. is descended from a long line of tribal leaders and is following in his mother’s footsteps as chairman of the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians.

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Target Sets Up Shop

Small Concept Store Took Steps To Find a Fit in Community

Standard Target stores are usually about 130,000 square feet in size. But, when the company’s executives saw a relatively smaller building in North Park, formerly known as Wang’s North Park Restaurant, they knew a reduced Target would be the right fit for the urban neighborhood.

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