Author Archive for Lillian Cox

Book recounts local writer’s experience in Cedar Fire

Book recounts local writer’s experience in Cedar Fire

ENCINITAS — This weekend marks the 10th anniversary of the Cedar Fire, which burned 273,246 acres in San Diego County making it the largest fire in California history.

Afghan activist to share her story in San Diego

Afghan activist to share her story in San Diego

CARLSBAD — Malalai Joya, one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world, is winding up her national 11-city tour in San Diego this month. The author of “A Woman Among Warlords: The Extraordinary Story of an Afghan Who Dared to Raise Her Voice” is scheduled to address crowds from Wellesley College and […]

Fiddler looks to reach new, broader audience with concert

Fiddler looks to reach new, broader audience with concert

ENCINITAS — Five years ago Avery Ellisman planned to go fly fishing after dropping his oldest daughter, Shira, off at the Montana Fiddle Camp located in the state’s historic Little Belt silver mining valley.

Encinitas concert series to feature historic violin

Encinitas concert series to feature historic violin

ENCINITAS — Local residents will have the rare opportunity to see and listen to a 324-year-old Stradivarius violin when Trio Celeste performs at the Encinitas Library at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 18.

Education gets culinary kick from instructor

Education gets culinary kick from instructor

DEL MAR — Fernanda Larson is a certified nutritionist and culinary instructor who uses cooking to teach reading, writing and arithmetic as well as science, social studies and other subjects to local elementary school students.

Comedian Will Ferrell continues to help longtime friend

Comedian Will Ferrell continues to help longtime friend

VISTA — His alter ego, San Diego news anchor Ron Burgundy, is known for his inflated ego, but chances are Will Ferrell doesn’t want the secret to get out that he’s a good guy and a great friend.

Sisters’ businesses are staples in Encinitas

Sisters’ businesses are staples in Encinitas

ENCINITAS — The torch of the popular Vietnamese eatery, Kim’s Restaurant, has been passed to a new generation.

Musical delivers message of post-9/11 unity

Musical delivers message of post-9/11 unity

ENCINITAS — The musical, “A Fundamental Change,” by writer/composer/producer Eve Resnik Beutler will premiere at the Lyceum Theatre in San Diego Sept. 19 and continue through Sept. 28.

Carlsbad library will host special dog training sessions

Carlsbad library will host special dog training sessions

CARLSBAD — Dan Roy grew up with dogs but in 1997, at the age of 40, the marine electronics engineer decided to return to school and become a dog trainer.

Does N. County have talent? You bet

Does N. County have talent? You bet

OCEANSIDE — Celebrants can avoid traffic gridlock this Labor Day weekend by staying in town and giving a leg up to the local talent at the North County Has Talent competition.