Ovation Theatre's production of the musical comedy "The Addams Family" is a comical feast that embraces the wackiness in every family.
Kiln, a boutique co-working brand, is expanding into Southern California with the acquisition of three co-working space communities in Leucadia, Carlsbad Village and Solana Beach.
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Encinitas' Sandra Hurtault is a uniquely French vegan chef, creating delicious gourmet cuisine made without meat or any animal byproducts.
San Diego nonprofit Cast Hope is giving underserved kids the gift of the outdoors, providing free fishing experiences out on the water. The program aims to help kids experience success and develop life skills, foster positive relationships with adult mentors, instill a love of nature and create a foundation for the future of fishing.
Community members are rallying around a local Encinitas family after their home for over 35 years was completely destroyed in a fire on June 11.
Encinitas resident Natalie Reilly has published her first book "All Because of a Love Note", alternatively titled: "How I unwittingly penned my way into the heart of an epic love story while writing thousands of love notes to America's heroes."
On the morning of July 11, members of the Cardiff School Board ceremoniously cut away the white plastic wrapped around the building frame of the Cardiff School's new multipurpose room.
Encinitas surfer Ella McCaffray had a dream run through Indonesia this June at World Surf League Qualifying Series events.
The Surfrider Foundation and partner agencies hosted post-Fourth of July "Morning After Mess" cleanups on July 5, with volunteers removing more than 1,645 pounds of trash from seven popular San Diego beaches.
Carlsbad actor repurposes old books and stage sets to create fine art.
The Encinitas Union School District is seeking applications from residents to serve on the district's governing board until December, filling the seat of board member Gregg Sonken, who died last month.
Middle school students at The Rhoades School in Encinitas recently participated in the National History Day – California competition at the regional and state level. Twenty-eight Rhoades School eighth graders participated in the regional National History Day competition in San Diego, with four students reaching the state finals in Sacramento.
Twenty-six students graduated from The Grauer School in Encinitas and will enroll at colleges and universities across the United States and Europe this fall with an average of $45,000 in individual merit scholarships.
Two challengers in the race for Encinitas mayor tried to make the case that City Hall isn't responsive enough to the residents during a June 23 debate held at American Legion Post 416, while Council member Tony Kranz defended the council's recent decisions.
Caltrans and SANDAG, with their community partner The Nature Collective, hosted a ribbon-cutting and community exploration day on June 4 celebrating the San Elijo Lagoon's completed restoration and new trail connections.