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Del Mar resident analyzes human behavior in new book

Ron Newby

Ron Newby, a retired researcher and Del Mar resident discusses the human evolutionary path, brain, traits and behaviors in his recently released book, “Homo sapiens: A Liberal’s Perspective.”

‘Dancing With the Stars’ contestant latest in string of La Jolla Playhouse performers to hit big

James Maslow (right) when he was at the La Jolla Playhouse Summer Conservatory. Photo courtesy of J.T. MacMillan

The current season of “Dancing with the Stars,” one of television’s most popular shows, features a who’s who of recognizable faces. There’s “Price is Right” host Drew Carey, NHL superstar Sean Avery, and legendary actor Billy Dee Williams — just to name a few. In addition, there’s also one of San Diego’s very own: James Maslow, the actor/singer who rose to fame as part of Nickelodean’s Big Time Rush boy band.

Accomplished playwright happy to be back at North Coast Rep in Solana Beach

Actress Rosina Reynolds and playwright Lionel Goldstein. Courtesy photo

Lionel Goldstein never wanted to be a playwright. In fact, he spent decades being just about everything but a playwright.

From electrician and hairdresser, to antique silver dealer and slot machine repairman, Goldstein held a series of jobs in multiple fields before entering the arts.

North Coast Rep to present ‘You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown’ in Solana Beach

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Happiness is finding a pencil, sharing a secret…or reliving the wonders of our childhood with Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the Peanuts gang.

Carmel Valley students perform with San Diego Symphony at ‘Best and Brightest’ event

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Torrey Pines High School juniors Zachary Siegel and Omar Gaidarov performed on March 30 with the San Diego Symphony, as part of its “Best and Brightest, A Celebration of San Diego’s Young Musicians” concert.

Successful Del Mar violinist returns home for local concert

Although he currently lives in New York, world-renowned violinist David Chan grew up in Del Mar. The Juilliard-trained musician is set to return to North San Diego County for a concert April 19 at the Encinitas Library.

“Del Mar was always home,” said Chan, whose parents still live in the coastal community. “It’s always good to come back.”

Solana Beach painter shares love of art with kids at SDSU Children’s Center

Judy Moffson

Two at a time, kids at San Diego State University’s Children’s Center used oil paints to create a 38-by-46-inch painting. Solana Beach artist Judy Moffson set up her 9-foot tall easel at the center on March 21 as part of the annual “A is for Art” program.

“I did not lay one brushstroke on the canvas. I tried to give them some ideas by telling them to close their eyes and think about their favorite things,” said Moffson, who has lived in Solana Beach since 1976. “They lined up and were very excited to participate. It was just a really wonderful, fun experience for all of us.”

Soprano Maja Markovic sings Bach and Vivaldi Arias at Friends of Solana Beach Library event

Maja Markovic, lyric soprano

Soprano Maja Markovic will sing cantata and sacred music arias by Johann Sebastian Bach and Antonio Vivaldi on Tuesday, April 15, at 6:30 p.m. for the Solana Beach Library “Friend’s Night Out” event in Warren Hall at the library.

Past returns to pair in premiere of ‘Mandate Memories’ at North Coast Rep in Solana Beach

Rosina Reynolds and Apollo Dukakis star in Lionel Goldstein’s “Mandate Memories” as two strangers who have more in common that they realize. Photo/Aaron Rumley

History and human drama share the intentions of playwright Lionel Goldstein’s “Mandate Memories,” making its World Premiere at the North Coast Repertory Theatre in Solana Beach.

Bayou Brothers to perform at Carmel Valley Library

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The Bayou Brothers started in 1995 with a shared love of Cajun and Zydeco music.

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