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Donate Don’t Dump chapter presidents Mia Pacheco (left) and Ethan Posard (second from left), Cal State San Marcos kinesiology professor Laura de Ghetaldi, Donate Don’t Dump chapter president Grace Manuel and organization leader Gabrielle Posard stand with EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy (far right) on Aug. 12 at the White House during the President’s Environmental Youth Award ceremony. (Courtesy photo)

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Is Encinitas too snobbish?

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Spruce up your home this summer for under $100

StatePoint

Looking for an easy and inexpensive way to refresh your home this summer? With a little inspiration and work you can give your home a quick makeover within a limited budget. “From interior decor projects to a fresh coat of paint, there are plenty of... read story

June 3, 2014

Tips to make great summer barbecues on a budget

StatePoint

It’s time for fun outdoor afternoons spent with family and friends. If you’re looking for frugal fun this summer, the experts at Dollar General are offering some great tips for gathering around the grill on a budget: Get organized: With a little preparation,... read story

June 3, 2014

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North Coast Beat

LeucadiART Walk draws diverse talent

LeucadiART Walk draws diverse talent

Layla Marino

The NTC Mission Federal Artwalk in Point Loma (formerly Little Italy Artwalk) is a hotly anticipated event in San Diego County, but if you’re looking for great art right... read story

August 29, 2014 • 0 comments

Chicken ‘parade’ has San Marcos on the hunt

Chicken ‘parade’ has San Marcos on the hunt

Helen Hawes

Why do the chickens in North County cross the road? Because they’re in the San Marcos Chicken Parade. But these fowl don’t move, they actually get the residents in the... read story

August 15, 2014 • 0 comments

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North Coast Taste

Preserved Home: Eggplant — it’s what’s for breakfast

Preserved Home: Eggplant — it’s what’s for breakfast

Laura Woolfrey-Macklem

My children ate eggplant for breakfast this morning. Mothers everywhere should be in awe of this feat. Of course, your kids — even the picky ones — will eat eggplant for... read story

August 30, 2014 • 0 comments

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Letters to the Editor

LETTER: Thank you for Pacific View editorial

I just read your article. Thank you for a well balanced editorial. I have to say that I agree completely with your assessment. Pacific View School Arts Center and School,... read story

August 17, 2014 • 0 comments

LETTER: Encinitas, my home

My family and I moved to Encinitas in 1963. It was a sleepy little beach town with a population of 6,000. It was paradise. Gone are the days when you could go to the beach... read story

August 17, 2014 • 0 comments

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Columnists

Point of View: Encinitas and the snob effect

Roman S. Koenig

To anyone who has lived in Encinitas more than 20 years, it’s very likely they’ve observed a remarkable change in the culture and attitude of the city. Impatient drivers... read story

August 1, 2014 • Comments Off

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