Arts Alive in Solana Beach

Members of the Canyon Crest Academy Envision Dance troupe performed a piece from their upcoming production, The Echo of Dracula. Kneeling: Lissette Argoud, MacKenzie McClain. Standing (L to R): Suzy Eiffert, Lindsay Kroner, Alina Gallup, Georgina Rowe, Marisa Simon, Emily Hreha, Amy Atun, Madison Rhodes

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Hundreds of people enjoyed the award-winning Arts Alive on the Coastal Rail Trail event held Oct. 6. The Arts Alive event features unique art, diverse music, and interesting performers.  Photos/McKenzie Images

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  5. Arts Alive banners to embellish rock ‘n’ roll show in Solana Beach

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