Overlooked... Hiking San Clemente from End-to-End
Jun 10, 2021 01:59PM ● By Jessica Kleinert
Often overlooked in favor of the world renowned beaches and golf, the San Clemente ridgeline trails provide a unique perspective on our spectacular coastal city.Read More »
SC Trolley Start Date Moved up
Apr 23, 2021 02:16PM ● By Don Kindred
City Council approves schedule to begin May 14th.Read More »
Santa Wears Rainbows
Mar 20, 2021 11:34AM ● By Don Kindred
Two Foundations make donations of over $1,000,000 in cash and some 400,000 pounds of farm-fresh produce to charitable and community organizations.Read More »
Tandem Boogie, It takes two!
Jan 04, 2021 12:37PM ● By Rebecca Parsons
“The inspiration for Tandem Boogie is the value of catching waves with another person, Sharing joy in the ocean builds community, strengthens bonds, and proves that anyone can catch a wave.”Read More »
Rainbow Foundation Donates to the US Olympic Surf Team
Dec 16, 2020 11:29AM ● By Don Kindred
Rainbow Sndals Foundation's $10,000 donation will help fund the USA Surfing mission to support and grow the sport of surfing.Read More »
Yes Virginia, There is a Sinterklaas.
Nov 16, 2020 08:29AM ● By Donia Moore
The real Saint Nicholas was a Greek Christian bishop born sometime around 280 A.D. (approximately 1738 years ago) near Myra in Lycia, a province of the Byzantine Anatolia (now Turkey).Read More »
VIP Pet Spa
Oct 12, 2020 11:39AM ● By Mary Colarik
Since relocating to San Clemente two years ago, I have noticed that people are intrigued with how one manages to come to live and work in San Clemente.Read More »
The Downtown Beat
Oct 12, 2020 11:10AM ● By Nina Welch
It is not unusual that a new gift boutique opened at 168 Del Mar, but it is unusual that the store, Tyger Lotus, opened right in the middle of the pandemic.Read More »
Custom Craft, To Do, or To Re-Do...
Oct 12, 2020 11:04AM ● By Donia Moore
What are you going to do with that wonderful old heirloom from Aunt Matilda? You love it dearly but it just doesn’t go with anything in your house. Who ya gonna call?Read More »
Gone, But Not Forgotten. There was a bowling alley once ...
Oct 07, 2020 09:25AM ● By Mike Chamberlin
As a kid, you just assume some things will never change. You assume that there will always be surfboards, that there will always be fast cars, and that the historic bowling alley will always be there.Read More »