Archive for July, 2015

The Carlsbad Town…?

Carlsbad’s population as a whole has nearly doubled in the past 15 years. Open spaces are rapidly being replaced with suburban sprawl and the coastal sunsets are more often seen reflecting in the windows of sky townhouse developments. The impeding LA development of 85/15 (and those strongly against it), the closing of a popular business […]

Señor Grubby’s 7 Year Celebration

WHAT: Señor Grubby’s 7 Year Celebration WHEN: Wednesday July 15th, 6-10 p.m. The party will start at 6pm & roll into the night, wrapping up around 10pm. Señor Grubby’s is utilizing this fun event as a way to raise money for ‘Warrior Foundation – Freedom Station’ with a DUNK TANK, CARNIVAL GAMES, PULL UP CONTEST, […]

Flicks at the Fountain is back!

WHEN: Thursday nights from July 9 to Aug. 27, 2015 WHERE: The Fountain at Grand Avenue and State Street Carlsbad Village Association is pleased to announce the return of Flicks at the Fountain, a series of weekly family-fun films that show behind the Village’s prominent fountain on the corner of State Street and Grand Avenue. The free […]

The Diamond is a boy’s best friend

Skateboarding, baseball and illustration have been passions I found at a very young age. Sometimes I would take a break from one to focus on another and other times all three would collide challenging me to juggle all star tournaments all around North County, bus adventures in search of new skate parks and sleepless nights […]

Independence Day 2015: Carlsbad

Annie Preece paints the Carlsbad Art Wall

For months you pass a favorite piece of public art. Each day you gaze upon the bright colors, interactive invitations and whimsical reminiscences. At the moment when you realize that you could not live with out this simple, yet gripping interaction—the artwork is gone. Though sad, it is also exciting knowing that new and fresh […]

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