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Encinitas gives win to downtown patio for Union Kitchen + Tap

Patrons of the lively downtown Union Kitchen + Tap will finally be allowed to eat and drink in the patio area, but its owners will need to provide the city with yearly documentation that alcohol isn't their primary source of income. In fact, all of the downtown's alcohol-serving restaurants ought...

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  • Off Track Gallery hosts artists reception

    Off Track Gallery hosts artists reception

    An artists’ reception honoring two San Dieguito Art Guild members, Karen Fidel (pottery) and Dolores Renner (jewelry), was held June 10 at Off Track Gallery in Encinitas. Visit www.offtrackgallery.com.

  • Pacific View School Community Celebration

    Pacific View School Community Celebration

    The Encinitas Historical Society, along with the Encinitas Arts, Culture and Ecology Alliance, held its first gathering June 11 of all those who attended, taught or worked at the former Pacific View School located in Historic Encinitas. Alumni, former employees, volunteers, contributors and donors...

  • Captain Book to sail no more

    Captain Book to sail no more

    After stealing away the attention of youngsters across San Diego for nearly two decades, Captain Book will conclude his performances for good later this month. The pirate character, played by Morris Pike of Encinitas, has been a fixture in San Diego pre-school and elementary classrooms since 2001....

  • Walk for Sobriety to raise awareness June 17

    Walk for Sobriety to raise awareness June 17

    An event will raise awareness for those who are sober, going through recovery and their families. The fifth annual 5K Walk for Sobriety, hosted by the McAlister Institute, will take place June 17 at NTC Park at Liberty Station. Shane Poppen, board member of the McAlister Institute, believes this...

  • City hires contractor for Birmingham Drive project

    City hires contractor for Birmingham Drive project

    The City of Encinitas entered an agreement June 7 with a contractor to design the Birmingham Drive Complete Streets Improvement Project. The city council approved a contract with Michael Baker International in the amount of $748,000 plus 20 percent contingencies to redesign Birmingham through Cardiff....

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