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 »
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 »
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 »
“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 »
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.”
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A parcel originally slated for a 19-unit housing development along Batiquitos Lagoon has been purchased by the San Diego Association of Governments to preserve as open space, the organization announced April 7.
The 50-acre... Read More »
Northwest grocery chain Haggen is preparing to open its first California store in Carlsbad on March 11 after taking over a now-former Albertsons location.
The La Costa store was handed to Haggen on March 9 as part of a government-approved... Read More »
A longtime real estate industry executive with ties to the original development of Village Park in Encinitas has joined the ARAMCO Group, a Carlsbad-based real estate finance company, the firm announced Feb. 19 in a news release.
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I own the property at 643 Fourth St. in Encinitas, across from the Old Schoolhouse on the former EUSD Pacific View school site. My attorney Felix Tinkov and I have submitted written inputs and testified at almost every Pacific View meeting, since the first before the Planning Commission in July 2008.
At its Wednesday, April 8, meeting, the City Council will consider a procurement for an operating... Read More »