ENCINITAS — With the Supreme Court poised to weigh in on the state Coastal Commission’s the authority to impose time limits on privately erected seawalls along the state’s coastline, an environmental group is set to host a tour aimed at educating the public about what it believes are the negative side effects of the private […]
ENCINITAS — Though the topic of a recent library workshop was officially climate change, presenter Eric Larson admits he is not an expert on carbon footprint. What he does know a lot about is water and farming.
ENCINITAS — So there’s a structure to the journey of self-discovery? “Absolutely,” said Chris Law. “And it’s definitely through the unlimited aspects of cooperation — cooperating with your fellow man,” he said. With that idea in tow, Law and co-founder Ashlee Shearer have launched a youth academy for self-discovery called Circles Academy, out of their […]
ENCINITAS — A prominent Leucadia bookstore and art gallery has turned to the public to help keep its recession-racked business afloat, and the public has responded. Supporters of Ducky Waddles, owned by local art dealer Jerry Waddle, earlier this month launched an ambitious “crowd-funding” campaign using the website Indiegogo with the goal of raising $20,000 in […]
ENCINITAS — The Leichtag Foundation has hired the founder of Paint Encinitas to a key communications position on its staff.
ENCINITAS — Jerry Jerome and Leslie Echter stand on either side Vulcan Avenue, near the crosswalk that leads to Paul Ecke Central Elementary, both donning highlighter-yellow vests and blue jackets.
ENCINITAS — The white and orange barriers that have lined a bluff along San Elijo Avenue and have riled residents over the perceived visual blight will be coming down soon, officials with the North County Transit District said this week.
ENCINITAS — It appears that the Encinitas City Council has found its next city manager.
ENCINITAS — The Encinitas City Council voted against a proposal to expand the Encinitas 101 Main Street Association’s Fall Festival from a one-day event to a two-day event, citing the impact it would have on businesses and motorists. The Main Street Association requested the additional day for its signature fall event as a means to […]
ENCINITAS — The community tradition that’s come to be known as the Deep Pit BBQ celebrated its 27th iteration on Saturday on the grounds of the San Dieguito Heritage Museum. The event featured live music from Left Coast Willie & Friends, a Willie Nelson tribute band, traditional deep pit-cooked barbecue and silent auction.