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.
Carlsbad artist Andrea Team knows that art is a lifesaver. Not in a literal sense, but creating art has always come to her rescue through life’s darkest times.
ENCINITAS — The Encinitas Fire Department is using grant money to purchase new breathing apparatuses.
ENCINITAS — To sway voters against the right-to-vote initiative, the City Council intends to pass an amendment before the June 18 special election.
ENCINITAS — Residents from Save Desert Rose, a group made up of Olivenhain residents, filed a lawsuit last week against the city and Woodridge Farms Estates over the planned “Desert Rose” development.
ENCINITAS — Encinitas is within reach of winning the National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation, a contest taking place this month to see which cities are the most water-wise.
ENCINITAS — Put some warm fuzzies into your summer. Sign up now for the Rancho Coastal Humane Society Summer Animal Camp.
LEUCADIA — Call up your muse and get creative. Leucadia 101 Main Street Association is now accepting applications from artists to be juried for the ninth annual LeucadiART Walk, set from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Aug. 25.