‘Life Stories of a Hustler Priest’ chronicles how a poor kid from the Bronx helped countless homeless San Diegans
The Grammy-winning “Chuck E.'s in Love’ troubadour pulls no punches in her intensely personal book. ‘It was easy, hard and cathartic,” she says
As the one year anniversary of the coronavirus comes and goes this month, Encinitas residents Sebastian Slovin and Sonya Mohamed are reflecting on the myriad of ways people have grappled with the reality of the pandemic.
San Diego author’s new book explores the dynamics during World War II at Bletchley Park in England, where codebreakers must solve complex military codes, survive the pressures of secrecy and outwit a Soviet spy who tries to tear apart friendships
Canyon Crest Academy’s Creative Writing Club recently announced the publication of its 10th anniversary anthology, The Sky’s the Limit.
Encinitas-based veterinarian Vera Heidolph recently released her debut book “If You’ve Ever Loved a Dog,” featuring vignettes about her dogs and other stories from her career.