Author Archive for Lillian Cox

Former realtor found land that was ‘perfect’ for English Tea garden

Former realtor found land that was ‘perfect’ for English Tea garden

VISTA — Several years ago realtor Barbara Barker sold all her rental properties and built a tea garden where visitors could relax and reenergize in a natural setting.Her inspiration came from the late Brett Bravo, author of “Crystal Healing Secrets,” who was also Barker’s friend and mentor.

Library show for kids combines magic, fitness

Library show for kids combines magic, fitness

ENCINITAS — Illusionist Dana Law has performed before live adult audiences at venues such as Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas.

Global concert series performance canceled

Global concert series performance canceled

CARLSBAD — Stella Chiweshe, The Queen of Zimbabwean Mbira Music, has had to cancel her concert at the Museum of Making Music scheduled for 7 p.m., July 20.

‘A Growing Passion’ returns to KPBS in January

‘A Growing Passion’ returns to KPBS in January

ENCINITAS — Fans of Nan Sterman’s popular gardening show, “A Growing Passion,” can look forward to its return on San Diego’s KPBS in January.

iPalpiti Festival back by popular demand

iPalpiti Festival back by popular demand

ENCINITAS – Due to popular demand, the iPalpiti Festival of International Laureates will return to the Encinitas Library to kick off the 2013 summer concert series from July 11 to July 14.

Entrepreneurs turn to crowd funding

Entrepreneurs turn to crowd funding

OCEANSIDE — Jessica Lewis needs $110,000 to realize her dream of opening a women’s “Rockabilly” clothing store on South Coast Highway.

Yoga workshops target girls for empowerment

Yoga workshops target girls for empowerment

DEL MAR — Saree Zweifel was a young teacher in Milwaukee, Wisc. when she first became aware of the importance of teaching young women how to make positive lifestyle choices and to encourage one another.

Local women authors to speak at Carlsbad library

Local women authors to speak at Carlsbad library

CARLSBAD — Kitty Morse makes being a bestselling author look easy.In 1989, she published her first book, “Come With Me to the Kasbah: A Cook’s Tour of Morocco.”

It’s a family affair

It’s a family affair

ENCINITAS — Lee and Sharisse Coulter, and 4-year-old son Kai, will pull into the parking lot of the Encinitas Library the evening of June 27 for a hometown concert and book signing that marks the final stop of their 55-city A Novel Music Tour.

Violinist to perform at library

Violinist to perform at library

ENCINITAS — Irina Tseitlin was only 12 when she began studying with Yuri Yankelevich at the prestigious Moscow Conservatory. She went on to graduate at the top of her class.