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It’s an early Saturday morning and 17-year-old Ryder DeVoe is getting ready to leave Catalina Island.
For four days during the first weekend in May, crowds are poised to flock to San Diego’s Spanish Landing Park for the annual Gator by the Bay Festival.
Malcolm McCassy, the founder and visionary behind popular underwear brand Ethika, points to his upbringing in Encinitas as the propellant for his impressive and continuing success.
On a recent Tuesday afternoon in sunny Florida, renowned pianist Roberta Swedien is discussing her March 11 show at the Encinitas Library with excitement.
It’s early on a Thursday afternoon and Leucadia resident Carla Harting is on her way to rehearsals for “Outside Mullingar,” a San Diego Rep play opening on Jan. 21 at the Lyceum Space Theatre.
Thirty years ago, when North County found itself at the center of a skateboarding revolution, one young skater who quickly gained legendary status was Danny Way.
Ten years ago this month, Encinitas screenwriter Jennifer Gremillion was living in New Orleans, not realizing that a storm brewing deep into the Atlantic Ocean would change her and her family’s lives forever.
When Mark Dresser, an acclaimed jazz bass player and Encinitas resident, found out he was named one of the small number of winners of this year’s Doris Duke Impact Award, he was humbled.