Author Archive for Lillian Cox
CARLSBAD — When she was a little girl Carol Baird used to sit under the dining room table at her grandmother’s house in Hollywood, listening to the older women chat over tea.
Joey Pearson, San Dieguito Academy Class of 2010, will perform at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. on Sunday at a “Let Freedom Ring” concert celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthday.
OCEANSIDE — Born and raised in the shadow of the Vatican, Max Disposti was expected to be both Catholic and macho.
CARLSBAD — At its regular dance at the Carlsbad Senior Center on Jan. 3, the Billy Harper Band dedicated “Allegheny Moon” to 1950s pop icon, and Encinitas resident, Patti Page who died two days earlier.
ENCINITAS — For more than two decades artist Rodney McCoubrey has been repurposing old tire treads, bottle caps and fan blades into objet d’art that have commanded as much as $1,800.
SOLANA BEACH — Jonathan McMurtry has one of those recognizable faces, especially among television viewers who can see him regularly on popular sitcoms such as “Cheers,” “Frasier” and “Modern Family.”
OCEANSIDE — Neville Page’s creatures have wreaked havoc in blockbusters from JJ Abram’s “Star Trek” and “Cloverfield” to “Green Lantern,” “Super 8” and James Cameron’s “Avatar” — the highest grossing film in history.
ENCINITAS — Since 2002, actress, playwright and teacher Aleta Barthell has helped fill the void in arts education in local schools by offering acting classes, camps and private lessons through her program, Kids Act.
ENCINITAS — Wednesday nights Roselia Morales and five other low-income mothers gather at a Vista church to learn the nuts and bolts of entrepreneurship.