Author Archive for Tony Cagala
REGION — The number of confirmed flu deaths this year has already surpassed the total of flu deaths from last year.
REGION — Never leave a man behind. That’s what has spurred Washington state resident and former Marine Chrissy Marsaglia to begin a grassroots campaign to raise awareness on Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, a U.S. Army soldier that has been held captive since 2009.
ENCINITAS – Sneakers were laced up and hundreds of runners were ready to hit the streets along Coast Highway 101 – and hit the streets they did on Super Bowl Sunday for the third annual Cardiff Kook 10k/5k run.
CARLSBAD — The instrument she plays has a history of more than 2,000 years. But for Wu Man, the preeminent pipa musician, she believes that there must be a reason why the old instrument still exists today.
ENCINITAS — Before the race even begins, a completely different, yet equally serious competition has gotten underway.
Pen pals as children, friends meet for first time in Encinitas after 66 years
SAN DIEGO — “There’s not many lists on the PGA Tour where your name is as close to Tiger Woods, is ever a bad thing,” said Scott Stallings not long after his name was etched onto the Farmers Insurance Open trophy.
The first year of the race, Steve Lebherz, co-founder of the annual Cardiff Kook 10K/5K run, wasn’t expecting the crowd turn out they got. It even surprised a lot the churches in the area, too.
In Oceanside on Saturday, Gil “Bluefeather” Fernandez and several Native Americans gathered to perform a rain dance and raise awareness of the drought situation that the state is currently facing.