City officials and others sit on a bench dedicated to the late Encinitas Councilwoman Maggie Houlihan.
ENCINITAS — On a sunny afternoon, San Diego County Supervisor Pam Slater-Price said the “warm, gentle light” reminded her of a good friend.
ENCINITAS – The Cardiff Kook was transformed into a memorial for longtime councilwoman Maggie Houlihan, 63, who lost her battle with cancer Sept. 16, 2011.
ENCINITAS — Under threat of litigation, the City Council voted 4-1 to permit organizers of the Arts Alive program to submit a new application that would allow for the image of late Councilwoman Maggie Houlihan to be unmasked from the back of the 101 banners currently hanging from city light posts.Ian Thompson, Houlihan’s widower, told [...]
ENCINITAS — An unprecedented number of people packed the old Cabo Grill as it was once again transformed into an art gallery with original banners lining the walls and railings during the 13th annual Arts Alive banner unveiling ceremony Feb. 3.Artists joined friends, family and art enthusiasts for the ceremony. The first glimpse at the [...]
ENCINITAS — To honor the late Councilwoman Maggie Houlihan, organizers behind the annual Arts Alive program intended to display 100 banners with Houlihan’s image on the backside. Houlihan was known for supporting the arts in Encinitas.
ENCINITAS — The Arts Alive banner exhibit will proceed as planned according to organizers after a rocky start. The event was originally going to be dedicated to the late City Council member Maggie Houlihan who died Sept. 16. Danny Salzhandler, coordinator of the project, said more than 100 banners with a sketch of Houlihan on [...]