April 1, 2020
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With all Encinitas Union School District schools being closed, the greens that had been grown at the Farm Lab for their farm-to-school program are being diverted directly to local families in need.
The “Encinitas Rotary‘s Home Team” serving local seniors is offering to help any senior citizen in need of groceries, prescriptions, food delivery or other tasks during these extraordinary times.
The annual San Diego County Fair, which last year had more than 1.5 million visitors over its 27-day run, is still scheduled to start June 5 despite the growing COVID-19 crisis, officials said this week.
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It’s time to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on March 17 with some scrumptious breakfast dishes and drinks inspired by the Emerald Isle.
Broadway star Lulu Lloyd is back home in San Diego after following her dreams to the Great White Way. She said she is home to help others wishing for similar success by launching The Broadway Clubhouse with after-school classes on all things Broadway.
More and more of us are turning to plant-based diets, whether for health reasons or environmentally-conscious ones. So the hunt is on for protein sources that don’t bleed, yet are satisfying, hearty, tasty and versatile. I broke down last week, and tried a batch of “cheat meat.”
Library concert will include a solo by Kyle Filley, who grew up in Olivenhain before heading to New York
If you’re a beader or a rockhound, you already know Beads, Crystals and More, a shop in the Lumberyard that’s been there for over two decades.
A cheerful bit of beach art was left for all to enjoy at the sand at San Elijo and Cardiff State Beach last weekend.
Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith will make the third stop of his 2020 art tour at EC Gallery in Solana Beach from Feb. 29 to March 1, with the free exhibit opening Feb. 27.
Some folks love to spend a leisurely Sunday morning strolling the stalls of a gourmet farmers market, scoping out seasonal offerings from local growers and purveyors, and feeling like part of the community. A couple of Sundays ago, I joined a group of intrepid foodies in a farmers market trip on steroids — an adventure that began in the state-of-the-art Studio Kitchen, San Diego headquarters of Specialty Produce, the glitterati of fruit and vegetable sellers. There, the first in a series of “Food as Medicine Cooking Classes” was launched by Chef Christina Ng, chair of the Berry Good Food Academy, a non-profit that embarks on benevolent food programs.