Author Archive for Irene Kratzer
Spring is always a new beginning and as usual this spring many events are taking place in Cardiff-by-the-Sea so mark your calendars and join the fun.
The old expression the “Apple doesn’t fall far from the tree” certainly applies to our new Encinitas Mayor Teresa Arballo Barth.
Carpentier Parkway, the linear strip along San Elijo Avenue from Chesterfield to Liverpool, is well known to all but perhaps not so well known is Horticulturist Linda Lee, Quality Plantscapes, the person who keeps it eternally beautiful.
“Do you know me? I am the blonde in the white convertible. Have you seen me cruising up the coast on a mango day?” So goes the beginning of the poem on page 32 of “Scrambled,” a book of poetry by Trish Dugger.Dugger calls this poem “a gift,” meaning it just came to her when [...]
Alison Burns, a native Brit, has lived in Europe, Asia and the Middle East working as both magazine editor and newspaper columnist. She holds degrees in French and Business from London’s University of the South Bank and another in Communications and Media Management from the University of South Australia.
Cardiff-by-the-Sea Library celebrated 98 years of serving the community in March. The library has had many homes and once was housed in the Scout House in Glen Park. When no space was available, the community was served by a bookmobile, which I am told stopped in Glen Park.The Friends had a three-tiered goal when they [...]
At 2141 Newcastle Ave., what is known to some as the Jepson Building, is home to the Cardiff Bike Shop, owned and operated by Eric Contreras. Contreras’ early years were spent in both Cardiff-by-the Sea and Woodland Hills in the San Fernando Valley and bicycles were the primary mode of transportation. His bicycle represented independence. [...]