Archive for November, 2013


40+ Gratitude Quotes For Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving is time to give, and receive, gratitude.  Here are over 40 gratitude quotes to think about and share with those who care. A noble person is mindful and thankful for the favors he receives from others. – Buddha Appreciation can change a day, even change a life. Your willingness to put it into words […]

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Encinitas Street Fair

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Local Peter Sprague performs at the Encinitas Street Fair The 23rd Annual Fall Festival (aka Street Fair) will be held Sunday, November 24, 2013 from 9:00am – 4:00pm There will be over 450 booths plus music and dance performances at two stages. In case that isn’t enough there are three new additions: the Kids Zone, […]

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Retail: Paper Or Would You Just Like To Clutch Your Purchase To Your Chest?

“Just one word… plastics” The Encinitas City Council will create its own local ban on single-use, plastic bags. The vote to pursue the bag ban was 3-2, with Councilwoman Kristin Gaspar and Councilman Mark Muir opposed. Muir and Gaspar said they wanted to wait to see what happens to a bag ban bill that the […]

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Should The Leucadia Post Office Be Closed?

Bob Aronin shares this news with us. The following email was sent to the Encinitas City Council: Mayor Barth, Deputy Mayor Shaffer and Council Members Gaspar, Muir and Kranz: The U.S. Postal Service is reviewing the Leucadia Post Office Station for possible closure as part of its national cost-cutting program. We urge the City Council […]

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These Flip-Flops Are Made For Walking… In Encinitas / Del Mar.

Umm, Walk San Diego has ranked La Mesa, National City and Imperial Beach higher than Encinitas and Del Mar. The Regional Walk Scorecard measures how San Diego’s regional cities are doing to respond to the call for more walkable neighborhoods. There are many ways to measure walkability, and the Scorecard emphasizes two of these: current […]

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That’s Wild… Bobcat In Leucadia

The Union Tribune reports that a small bobcat killed two chickens in Leucadia. The local woman found the cat trapped inside the large chicken coop alongside her home, which abuts a ravine. She said the bobcat probably weighed 25 pounds. “It wasn’t aggressive, it was as scared as we were. That was one scared cat.” The […]

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