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Art, barrels collide in annual event

Art, barrels collide in annual event

ENCINITAS – For the past four years, Rhino Art Co. has put out a call to local artists and anyone interested in showing what art they could create on rusted out, old oil barrels. On Saturday, that annual tradition continued with 19 barrels being transformed into works of art that will eventually line the outdoor […]

Teen takes gold in Pan American Karate competition

Teen takes gold in Pan American Karate competition

CARLSBAD— While most teenagers were spending their summers soaking up the sun, 14-year-old Kacie Pou was training three to four hours a day to compete in the Olympic sanctioned Pan American karate tournament in Lima, Peru.

Seeking to uncover the ‘Hidden Treasures’ of a community

Seeking to uncover the ‘Hidden Treasures’ of a community

ENCINITAS — Everybody has a story to tell, whether they get to tell them or want to is an entirely different one altogether.

Macy Gray is back in control

Macy Gray is back in control

In 2012, Macy Gray went on tour as a vocalist for jazz saxophonist and former World Saxophone Quartet member David Murray and his big band.

Film Review: ‘The Drop’ is an intriguing crime drama

Film Review: ‘The Drop’ is an intriguing crime drama

“The Drop,” with its gritty surroundings and able cast (including James Gandolfini in his final onscreen appearance), proves itself an intriguing crime drama…for select audiences.

Jay Paris: Buchanon is all Oceanside, except for one weekend a year

The man with the stylish clothes and gait of a former athlete glides across the Qualcomm Stadium turf with grace.

Longtime trainer may return to position

ENCINITAS — As the athletic training service provider to San Dieguito Union High School District high schools continues negotiations to bring back the longtime trainer at Torrey Pines, the school district is also considering revamping its trainer service contract model, which school district officials said is obsolete.

Medical marijuana dispensaries on Nov. ballot

ENCINITAS — Encinitas voters will not just be electing the city’s first elected mayor on the Nov. 4 ballot.

Marine describes life after being wounded

Marine describes life after being wounded

DEL MAR — “The path of least resistance — taking the easy way out — really never leads to the most rewarding outcome.”

Del Mar to change sign rules

Del Mar to change sign rules

DEL MAR — In an effort to make Del Mar more business friendly — and at the request of the Business Support Advisory Committee — council members at the Sept. 2 meeting directed staff to modify five areas of the city’s sign regulations.

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