When he was a kid, Ethan “EQ” Workinger was hitting dingers into the skate park in Encinitas Little League.
Track hired a response team, added washing stations, increased signage and communication as opening looms July 10
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Venture Church has worked to be a source of support for people in need in Encinitas.
Vote unanimous to reject four appeals filed by people who live in the region
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The concert, billed as ‘Jazz the Night Away,’ will provide employment (at least for a day) for employees at the dormant fairgrounds
Proceeds of July 12 kick-off performance of ‘Beethoven’ play will benefit San Diego Rep and several other theaters
Virtually all of San Diego’s theaters showed solidarity this month in supporting the Black Lives Matter movement
North Coast Repertory Theatre’s ‘Human Error’ and La Jolla Playhouse’s ‘Totally Fake Latino News’ premiere online Monday
Companies selling tickets to genre-crossing online productions, but is it still theater?
Examining the topic of migration, the Lux Art Institute in Encinitas announced the lineup of artists to be featured for its 14th season during a livestream on Zoom and Facebook May 28.
The Grammy Award-winning San Diego band will be busy in June, despite the coronavirus pandemic
‘Black Market News’ topic of Roman S. Koenig’s debut book
Through an arrangement with Actors Equity Association, North Coast Repertory Theatre is continuing Season 38 with the West Coast premiere of Human Error, a comedy by Eric Pfeffinger.