Nov. 20, 2019
Featured News
Solana Beach residents spoke out against a San Dieguito Union High School District proposal to build a new district office that would take away field space on the Earl Warren Middle School campus.
Opposition continues to swell against the proposed name change of Sunset High School in Encinitas.
An Encinitas property owner has filed a lawsuit against The Ray, a recently approved 35-unit hotel project, over concerns about noise, parking and other alleged violations under the California Environmental Quality Act.
With Thanksgiving approaching at gigabit speed, we’re all gearing up for the big day with a main course of stress, and side dishes of angst and doubts about menu choices, modes of preparation, presentation (and dinner guests). To help make this feast a delightfully memorable one, I’ll now take your questions and offer cooking tips.
In Neil Simon’s classic comedy “The Sunshine Boys,” a long-retired vaudeville duo agree to set aside their decades-long animosity to re-team for one last performance. But some old habits die hard. The 1972 comedy gets a funny and spirited workout at North Coast Repertory Theatre in Solana Beach, which is the ideal venue for the play. It presents Simon’s works more than any other local professional theater and its longtime artistic director, David Ellenstein, has long provided senior actors — like Simon’s 70-something vaudevillians — the chance to show audiences that they’ve still got it.
Marina Alberti, a senior at San Dieguito Academy High School, was one of three local artists selected to help beautify the Skyline School campus in Solana Beach.
From running a small operation out of his parents’ basement in Connecticut 20 years ago, Kyle Tortora has an inventory of about 1,200 Buddhist and Hindu statues stored in an Oceanside warehouse, sold through his website and shipped all over the world.
The Theatre School @ North Coast Rep presents the swashbuckling epic adventure The Three Musketeers as its next student production.
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.