In 1989 Juli Kahanamoku and her husband, Rudy Atencio were renting a house in Presidential Heights,
Obscurely hidden in a former woodworking shop on one of San Clemente’s roads less traveled; Jennifer Joyce, is not only creating art, she is helping others to do the same.
Like many kids that grew up in Southern California, my first surfboard was shaped by Bill Stewart.
If Will Howard does the sport, Dragon Alliance makes the eyewear to cover it.
Stance is a clothing manufacturer that makes and sells socks and underwear, as well as its unique culture.
Adele’s Café at the lovely San Clemente Inn is open 365 days a year from 7 am to 2 pm. Most of the time you can find Adele there personally supervising the American home-style cooking.
Spring is on the horizon, meaning the time has come to begin thinking about birds singing, bees buzzing and homeowners sprucing up their gardens.
The Coral Thrift Shop has been serving local residents since 1963, when seven local mothers wanted to make a difference in the community.
Allan Cook already had 20 years experience when the opportunity arose for him to take over the San Clemente municipal golf shop in 1966.
Eighty-eight years ago, San Clemente founder Ole Hanson offered first-comers the gift of two lots on Avenida Aragon for the establishment of a church in his “Village by the Sea.”