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Cool on the Coast: It’s a festive February with Valentine’s, Marvel, beer, Chinese New Year

Layla Marino

February marks the beginning of the end of winter, and though the weather is mild on the coast, surfers, sunbathers and especially lovers start to feel the thaw, if mild, in February and come back out in the sun. As the water warms up, so does the fun and the love on San Diego’s North Coast. In addition to the usual great...  Read More »

February 5, 2015

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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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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

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Review: Dead Kennedys’ punk style alive and relevant in 2015

Review: Dead Kennedys’ punk style alive and relevant in 2015

Layla Marino

The Dead Kennedys are a punk band from the 1980s with near legendary status. From their iconic rune-inspired logo to the antics of frenetic frontman Jello Biafra, this loud, hardcore and marginally silly band represents the spirit of anarchy and rebellion that is endemic in the soul of every punk rocker. Their raucous show at the Belly Up on Jan. 15 has become the subject of much discussion on news outlets, but...  Read More »

February 12, 2015

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