Oct. 14, 2019
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A proposal to add a third traffic roundabout on Leucadia Boulevard needs additional study and the project’s planned sidewalks really ought to be expanded, the city’s Planning Commission decided Thursday, Oct. 3.
Authorities arrested an Encinitas man on suspicion of murder Friday, Oct. 11, in the slaying of his girlfriend, whose mother reported her missing last week, about six days before deputies found her decomposing body in Encinitas.
It’s first time Legislature has prohibited purchase of firearms, ammo on state-owned property
An autopsy determined Sabrina Lukosky, 43, died by homicide, according to sheriff’s officials. Lukosky’s mother had reported her missing Oct. 3
Phil Salazar and the Kin Folk will play at the Pilgrim United Church of Christ Oct. 19 in Carlsbad as part of the nonprofit San Diego Folk Heritage’s regular series of events.
With everything from major box office draws to short films by students, the San Diego International Film Festival will be held Oct. 15-20 at multiple venues throughout the city.
Executive Producer Marni Freedman, in association with the San Diego Memoir Writers Association (SDMWA), recently announced the 10 winners of the 5th Annual San Diego Memoir Showcase Competition.
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.