ENCINITAS — From nun-dressed musicians to ex-millionaires looking to buy a car to sleep in, the folks at E-Z Cars 101 said you won’t believe some of the stories they have come across on the used-car lot on North Coast Highway.
OCEANSIDE —Oceanside Public Library will host a month long series of events and book clubs to help bridge understanding of our military veterans and their experiences during and after war.
Through the captivating presence of its two leads (real-life and on-screen mom and son) Maggie Baird and Finneas O’Connell, as well as the sincerity of its beautiful music selection, “Life Inside Out” goes to show you that what’s on the inside really does count.
Rife with glorious animated artistry and solid vocal talents, “The Book of Life” is a delightful Day of the Dead-oriented gem.
ESCONDIDO—At Wednesday night’s City Council meeting, Mayor Sam Abed warned the packed chambers “the nation’s eyes are upon us.”
ENCINITAS — Efforts to tame the city’s notoriously rowdy bar scene appeared to have had some success over the summer — with a couple of glaring exceptions — according to a highly anticipated report on city code enforcement efforts in the downtown area.
SAN MARCOS — San Marcos is poised to use more than $20 million of its reserves to finance the construction of the Hobby Lobby and WinCo project and the proposed California Department of Motor Vehicles building on Rancheros Drive.
DEL MAR — The nine-member panel that governs the Del Mar Fairgrounds is once again down a director following the Oct. 1 resignation of Ruben Barrales.
RANCHO SANTA FE — The Village Church Community Theater, at the Village Community Presbyterian Church of Rancho Santa Fe, 6225 Paseo Delicias, invites the community to be part of its new Dance Ministry beginning in October.