Author Archive for Lillian Cox
OCEANSIDE — When Jonathan Schwartz started teaching first grade at Garrison Elementary three years ago, Principal Margie Oliver suggested he use music to engage his class in the curriculum.
CARMEL VALLEY — Jarvis Chang, a senior at Torrey Pines High School, has a distinguished honor at an upcoming concert.
SOLANA BEACH — When Nydia Abney heard about the killings at Sandy Hook Elementary School on Dec. 14, 2012, she laid blame at the foot of Nancy Lanza, mother of alleged shooter Adam Lanza who was reported to be autistic. “At 20 years of age, Adam shouldn’t be living under his mother,” she explained. “She [...]
OCEANSIDE — Dr. James E. Schell, 83, had an epiphany in 1999 when he and his wife, Doris, returned to their hometown of West Point, Ga., for a reunion of 10th Street High School.
CARLSBAD — The Trip to Bountiful playing now at The New Village Arts Theatre stars Sylvia M’Lafi Thompson as Carrie Watts, a role that earned Geraldine Page an Academy Award for Best Actress in 1985.
RANCHO SANTA FE — Author Nancy Singleton Hachisu will share her love of Japanese farm culture and food with a cooking demonstration and signing of her first book, “Japanese Farm Food,” at Chino Farms 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Feb. 10.
CARDIFF-BY-THE-SEA — Michelle Obama is a popular First Lady with a recent Gallup Poll giving her a 73 percent approval rating. Jackie Kennedy, Eleanor Roosevelt and Mary Todd Lincoln also figure prominently in American history.
ENCINITAS — A cabaret in Encinitas? Chanteuse Ann Chase has a great track record since kicking off the popular Wednesday@Noon concerts sponsored by the city of Encinitas a year ago.
ENCINITAS — Yvonne Harguindeguy Gagliardo has been teaching movement and dance to seniors for 23 years, but there was something about her current class at the Encinitas Senior Center that really got her attention.