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Cool on the Coast: Belly Up brings in big alternative acts for April; month offers variety of events

Layla Marino

With spring definitely sprung, April may not bring many showers in San Diego, but the North Coast still has lots of spring activities, concerts and fun for residents and those venturing to the area to cool off with the ocean and its breeze. With the ubiquitous amazing lineup or talent at the Belly Up, the many spring festivals...  Read More »

April 7, 2015

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Does the state’s mandated Housing Element jeopardize community character in Encinitas?

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Review: Juliana Hatfield Three prove they deserve brighter spotlight

Review: Juliana Hatfield Three prove they deserve brighter spotlight

Layla Marino

Even in the 1990s, a period in indie music when there weren’t a lot of limits, Juliana Hatfield checked too many boxes to adhere to just one alt rock genre. Then again,...  Read More »

April 20, 2015

Encinitas resident, Jazz 88.3 manager curates Carlsbad series

Encinitas resident, Jazz 88.3 manager curates Carlsbad series

Manny Lopez

The city of Carlsbad’s Cultural Arts Office has kicked off its four-part “This is Jazz” lecture and concert series with accompaniment from its new program partner, radio station KSDS Jazz 88.3 FM. The longstanding program taking place at the Ruby G. Schulman Auditorium — located at the Carlsbad City Library Complex — began on Feb.14 and...  Read More »

March 28, 2015

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NORTH COAST TASTE

Sugar Encinitas: A coffeehouse where everything’s nice

Sugar Encinitas: A coffeehouse where everything’s nice

Debbie L. Sklar

Need a little sugar with your coffee? If you’re in search of a signature cup of coffee minus the corporate setting, Sugar Coffee & Tea might just be up your alley. You won’t see any corporate logos,...  Read More »

February 20, 2015

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COLUMNISTS

Point of View: Housing mandate could doom Encinitas by design

Point of View: Housing mandate could doom Encinitas by design

“Community character” is a phrase that’s been batted about for months as Encinitas debates the shape of its state-mandated Housing Element, a plan that requires an accounting of how the city is going to accommodate population growth, affordable housing and...  Read More »

February 8, 2015

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Teresa Barth, Encinitas residents launch effort to engage community

Teresa Barth, Encinitas residents launch effort to engage community

Ernesto Lopez

Teresa Barth, former Encinitas mayor and councilwoman, has officially taken off her “political hat” and stepped into a life of civic engagement. She recently announced her involvement as president of Engage Encinitas, a nonprofit that aims to enrich the lives of city residents by “encouraging them to collaborate with each other, get to know each other and find opportunities to contribute with projects they feel will enhance the quality of life in their neighborhood.” “...  Read More »

January 26, 2015