ENCINITAS — Two years ago, Dr. Frank J. Papatheofanis made a major career move by retiring from his teaching position at UCSD Medical School to fulfill a personal goal: to launch St. Katherine College, an undergraduate college of liberal arts and sciences that integrates Orthodox Christian principles.
ENCINITAS — Rae Armantrout can’t help but notice the similarity between the jagged, red rocks in nature and the jagged, red teeth on the cover of vampire bestsellers.
ENCINITAS — Some schools are buying laptops or tablets for all of their students. But the San Dieguito Union High School district opted for a growing alternative — B.Y.O.D. (short for bring your own device.)
K-5 closed its doors this year. The Poway and Oceanside locations shut in February, but their flagship Encinitas branch remained open through March 1.
ENCINITAS — Last month, City Council voted to support sending out informational mailers on Proposition A, also known as the right-to-vote initiative.
ENCINITAS — San Diego County Crime Stoppers and the San Diego Sheriff’s Department’s Encinitas detectives are asking for help from the public to identify and locate the persons responsible for theft and unlawful use of credit cards.
ENCINITAS — For 12 years Jen Dagati has been on the cutting edge of cardio fitness drumming, training instructors across the United States and Canada in techniques she developed that benefit children, adults and seniors as well as those with ADD, Down syndrome, Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease.
Cardiff-by-the-Sea — The San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy (SELC) has sent out letters, set up booths at community events and even asked for $1 million in exchange for naming rights — all for the purpose of buying Gateway Park.
ENCINITAS — If Letty Nowak’s father was still alive, he’d be proud and maybe just a bit envious of his daughter.
ENCINITAS — Covered in a light layer of resin dust, Jim Phillips clamped parts of a surfboard together on a gloomy morning. A dozen surfboards in various stages of production and tools were scattered about his rickety shed on “the hill” — a hub for Encinitas surfboard shapers.