Summer is just around the corner, but locals on today’s packed beaches thought otherwise.
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After gathering in the parking lot outside the electric security gate, a group of interested residents began the highly anticipated tour of the legendary Encina Power Plant in Carlsbad. The tour began with an hour long photo presentation by NRG safety manager Jonas Jackson on the history, the engineering of the steam cycle and the […]
A view appreciated by all. photo by Mike Pierro.
There was a bird that was named Giavanti. He had colorful feathers and lived in park with his family. His kin liked to drink, laugh and smoke cigars— They often got into trouble and thrown behind bars. These troublesome nights were often, but one was like no other. Givanti was thought to be in harm […]
photos by Bryan Snyder Learn more about the Motorcycle Cannonball. Click HERE for the route. Click HERE for the official results.
Carlsbad realtor Carlton Lund installs two kindness meters at base of the Carlsbad sign on Thursday, September 23. The collection of one meter’s “kindness” will finance the .15/hr. cost to light the overhead Carlsbad sign. Local organizations will receive funds form the other meter.
A couple favorite shots from the 2016 Carlsbad Music Festival.
The Encina Power Plant exhaling some early morning smoke.
The summertime streets are cluttered and the beaches are crowded, but keep calm—an empty bench with a view is just around the corner.
California burritos to go down Carlsbad Village Drive.
On Saturday, June 18, the Carlsbad Music Festival‘s Village Music Walk took over the Carlsbad Village with 30+ adventurous music performances. Photos by Bryan Snyder.
I first learned of the Measure A: Agua Hedionda Specific Plan through a conversation during a kayak fishing adventure on the very waters that ripple upon the land in debate. The chat with a fellow lagoon enthusiast ended with both our hands thrown in the air amid the realization that we couldn’t stop the proposed […]
There has been a lot of talk lately about tomorrow; let’s not forget about yesterday.
Scooting to school on a scooter.
From the air, the sand and the water, the Carlsbad coastline surged with visual excitement.
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 […]
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Kids take advantage of the man made water park knowing that it will be another two years before this happens again.
All photos taken by Bryan Snyder from the from the 2nd floor and attic above the old Twin Inns building.