35 Reasons Why Summer Rocks in Encinitas

Summer is finally here!  Can't you feel it?  See it?  Smell it?  Kids are out of school.  Camps are filling up, people are renting vacation homes.  The "Zonies" are coming!  People are flocking to our town to enjoy the vibes, sea air and all the events we have to offer all summer long.  Below are 35 Reasons Why Summer Rocks in Encinitas and some of our suggestions for summer fun: Take a … [Read more...]

Step Away from the Screen: Three Great Theater Companies in Encinitas

Encinitas has beaches, restaurants, nail salons, yoga dens, and car shops in abundance.  But did you know that there is a dynamic professional repertory company specializing in none other than the Bard himself, Will Shakespeare?  Intrepid Shakespeare Company puts on top-flight professional theater for about the cost of a movie, and is one of three great theater companies in Encinitas and the … [Read more...]

Music in Encinitas And Beyond: Top 5 Best Music Venues in San Diego

If you've caught the live music bug, you know there's nothing more that feeds the soul than seeing your favorite band in your favorite venue. Of course, a good band will entertain no matter where they perform, but it also helps to have just the right vibe. Thankfully for the residents of America's Finest City, there are plenty of venues that lend themselves towards an evening concertgoers will … [Read more...]

Fun in Encinitas and Beyond: Top 20 Things To Do in San Diego

San Diego has well earned its title of America's Finest City. While the weather makes for perfect lounging and sun-worshipping, there are also plenty of places to see, waters to explore, and other sights that are more than worthy of your time. Below, we've shared 20 of our favorite things to do in San Diego. Now get out in the sun and have some fun! 1. Hit the San Diego Zoo –  This place is world … [Read more...]

Encinitas Classics on the Big Screen: La Paloma Theater

The 1920s have long been remembered as the "Roaring Twenties," an era of unprecedented affluence best remembered through the cultural artifacts generated by its new mass-consumption economy: a black Ford Model T in every driveway, "Amos n' Andy" on the radio and the first "talking" motion pictures at the cinema. Enter La Paloma Theater, Encinitas. La Paloma Theater was born in the latter part of … [Read more...]