Sep. 23, 2019
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Chanting “fossil fuels have got to go” and holding signs urging neighbors not to be a “fossil fool,” Encinitas students and local residents marched along Coast Highway 101 Sept. 20 in support of bolder action to address climate change.
The City of Encinitas is proposing an exciting protected bike way project, sometimes called a cycle track, on Highway 101 through Cardiff and across the San Elijo Lagoon, from Chesterfield Drive south to the border with Solana Beach.
A boutique luxury hotel project with multiple bars can proceed as planned, the Encinitas City Council unanimously agreed Wednesday, Sept. 18, as it rejected an opponent’s appeal of a city Planning Commission decision.
Born in Haiti and raised in New York City, Fabiola Jean-Louis is the first artist-in-residence of Lux Art Institute’s 13th season, initiating a new era at Lux with her haunting photographs of costumed black women in “Rewriting History: A Black Ancestral Narrative.”
After many years as a successful single-day event during the annual San Diego International Jewish Film Festival, short films were spun off into a festival of their own.
The Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce is preparing for the inaugural Fiesta del Sol Battle of the Bands on Sept. 16, 5-9 p.m., at the Belly Up.
The stages will soon be set for the KAABOO music festival, returning to the Del Mar Fairgrounds Sept. 13-15 for its fifth year.
Inspired by the art scene in downtown Pensacola, Florida, J.D.
When the singer-songwriter Jake Smith, otherwise known by his stage moniker The White Buffalo, was growing up in Los Angeles he can recall a distinct recollection of his earliest brush with music.
Tenth Avenue Arts Center will host “No Distractions,” the first full-length play from a theater company run by a local college student who wants to get more youth involved in the medium, from Aug. 29-31.
Rehearsals are underway for “Amadeus,” the North Coast Repertory Theatre’s 38th season-opening show that debuts Sept. 4.