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COOL ON THE COAST

Cool on the Coast: Jazz, poetry, throw-down round out May

As we close in on summer on the North County coast, May has a wealth of diverse and interesting things to do. Jazz, chocolate, literary lectures and more will keep you entertained in coastal North County all month long. Belly Up, Solana Beach: This month, San Diego County’s premier rock hot spot brings classic...  Read More »

May 14, 2015

VOX POPULI

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

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NORTH COAST TASTE

Preserved Home: Make campouts a homey culinary treat

Preserved Home: Make campouts a homey culinary treat

Laura Woolfrey-Macklem

It’s been said the best part of camping is the memories. My family loves to camp, but the hassle that goes into...  Read More »

May 23, 2015

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NORTH COAST BEAT

Review: Helmet could’ve been more solid in Belly Up performance

Review: Helmet could’ve been more solid in Belly Up performance

Layla Marino

The 1990s indie/grunge band Helmet burst onto the scene in 1990 with a sound that was completely different from most of the alternative rock bands of the time. With fast, driving guitars and heavy, intense vocals and lyrics, Helmet’s style, though clearly ticking the alt rock box, sometimes seemed counter to the relatively slow tempo and lethargic...  Read More »

May 18, 2015

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

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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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